Back pain can come about so easily. Maybe you just bent the wrong way or reached for something with a little twist. Whatever the cause, you’re not alone. Nearly 80% of North Americans say they have temporary or chronic back pain.
Once it develops, lower back pain, can be hard to get rid of. 25% of North Americans admit to having recent lower back pain. Almost everyone can expect to experience back pain at some point in their lives. It should come as no surprise then that people are always looking for ways to ease lower back pain.
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If you suffer from low back pain, there is a good chance that falling, and staying asleep is often incredibly difficult. All that tossing and turning to find a less painful position doesn’t help either. If you are wondering how to sleep when you have lower back pain, it is important to know that there are solutions. It is also important to know that many people have issues with back pain when sleeping. You are not alone.
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Everybody knows that sleeping with lower back pain can be difficult in a physical sense. However, it’s not as well known that suffering from long term pain issues may also cause emotional issues to arise as a result of sleeping with low back pain – or more accurately – lack of sleep because of low back pain. Pain, in essence, is a physiological response to something that is wrong with the body. With something as problematic as lower back pain, your body doesn’t just physicalize that pain – the pain may also start to affect your quality of life in many different facets. This is especially the case when you suffer from both on-going pain and sleeplessness.
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When it comes to back pain management, it can be hard to find a sleep position that is comfortable. When you are in pain, even moving an inch can be challenging. If you are wondering what the best way to sleep for back pain is, you are asking all the right questions, because it may be time to change your sleep position. If you sleep on your back or have a habit of sleeping in an odd position, you could be making your back pain worse. Moreover, your bed may be the culprit.
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Do you have the best bed for lower back pain?
If you wake up each morning stiff, sore and suffering from lower back pain, then you probably don’t. If you suffer with lower back pain and you wake up feeling achy, sore, or worst of all – in pain, your bed may be the culprit.
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When it comes down to it, suffering from lower back pain in the morning can really start your day off on the wrong foot. Just when you think that today is going to be a great day, you get out of bed and find your back is in excruciating pain. It can make you want to get right back in bed again. But don’t worry, you are not alone, a lot of people suffer from lower back pain in the morning after sleeping.
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