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Trying to soothe back pain is totally possible, but it might not feel that way if you wake up every morning feeling worse because your bed seems to be fighting your efforts to get better. Setting up your bed properly and figuring out if there is anything you're doing during sleep are both keys to helping your back get better. Take a look at these tips and see which ones you can take care of immediately:
Check the Mattress Firmness
Everyone has their favorite mattress firmness, but that preference can change over time both with age and with weight. It could be that your mattress is now too soft or too hard to provide you with the support or cushioning that you need. Go to different mattress stores and test a few mattresses; note whether firmer or softer mattresses feel better. If you can afford to, buy a new mattress. (If you share a bed, you and your bed partner may need to switch from a big single mattress to two separate smaller mattresses placed side by side.)
If you can't get a new mattress, a mattress topper might add the softness you need. For a firmer mattress, try a topper placed over a board.
Log Starting, Interruption, and Morning Sleeping Positions
Sometimes the sleeping position you are in isn't the best. Start keeping track of your sleeping position when you go to bed if you wake up in the middle of the night, and when you wake up in the morning. Compare your records to the days when you feel worse and feel better. If you notice certain positions make you feel worse, try to brace your body with body pillows or by bunching up your blankets so that you can't move into those positions while you sleep.
Ask About Stretching
Ask your doctor about stretches you can do in the morning before you get out of bed. After being asleep for several hours, you might feel relaxed, but your body has pretty much stayed in one place. Stretching can help you get your limbs moving a little more freely before you have to roll out of bed.
If you've tried to set up your bed to alleviate back pain but still want some help, speak with pain specialists who concentrate on back problems. There are many non-surgical options for healing and soothing back problems. These specialists can help you figure out the best course of treatment for your condition.
Contact an injury pain management company for more information and assistance.Share
16 August 2017