How to Sleep With Back Pain

Over 50 % of people with back pain have sleep problems. What can you do if it happens to you too?

Imagine that you are making dinner. It turns out that the lettuce is covered with mold. It's obvious that not only the sensory values ​​of the dish will change, but also its health-promoting properties. You will not immediately feel the effect of eating such lettuce on your body. The first thing you will feel is its taste. So will you add a flavor enhancer to make the dish taste normal or replace the lettuce with fresh? Of course, you will get rid of the root cause and throw away the stale lettuce. So why waste your money on drugs to camouflage the source of the problem, rather than fix the source? What you should do is focus on how to improve your back to stop the pain, instead of waiting for it to pass and trying to live with it.

Step 1 - I'm Here to Help You

At the end of the month, I will release a unique online course that will allow you to relieve back pain once and for all. For the past few weeks, I have been analyzing numerous articles and research to discover the most effective way.

You'll see which things you do during your day are causing your back pain. I will tell you, step by step what you will have to do to improve your back with the least amount of energy. If you want to finally get a good night's sleep, sit in a chair without trying to find the perfect position to ease your pain, then you can't miss it. Join the Club not to miss the premiere [Here].

Step 2 - Best Position to Sleep

Forget about sleeping on your back and stomach if you have back pain. If you really want to stop your back pain for good, start sleeping on your side.

It's important to support your neck when sleeping, but make sure the pillow does not raise your head too high, thus creating unnecessary stress in the cervical region.

Place a pillow between your knees. This will help align your hips, pelvis, and spine, reducing any pressure that is generated and reducing back pain.

Step 3 - Mattress

The mattress often causes back pain. To find out if your mattress should be replaced with a new, answer to the following questions.

  • Have you been sleeping on your mattress for at least 7 years?

  • Do you have a visible and noticeable sag?

  • Do you wake up with aches and pains?

  • Does your spring mattress creak?

  • Do you struggle to fall asleep?

  • Are other places like the couch more comfortable?

If you answered yes to at least one of the questions, you should change the mattress for a better one.