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bedtrader.co.uk - News - Spinal Issues Due To A Poor Night's Sleep

Spinal Issues Due To A Poor Night's Sleep

Spinal Issues Due To A Poor Night's Sleep
Category: News
Posted: 15-03-2013 23:31:17
Views: 1571
Synopsis: Many people suffer with spinal problems that can cause a lot of pain. This will explain this in a little more detail

The spine is vital in helping to support the body and its many functions. Sleeping on a poor mattress can lead to spinal issues and muscle fatigue, whilst using a good mattress will help to maintain the natural alignment of your spine, relax your muscles and let you wake up the next morning well rested. Choosing the right mattress is therefore very important. There are many different kinds but it is essential you choose one that can support your size and weight and also the different positions you may sleep in during the night.

One of the worst sleeping positions for those that have spinal issues is the free-fall position (sleeping on your front). This creates a bridging effect and means that instead of resting your spine you are putting pressure on it while you are asleep. This is why you might wake up with back pain. A better position for sleeping is to lie on your side with a pillow between your knees. This stops your top leg twisting your pelvis and putting pressure on your lower back. Another recommended sleeping position is on your back, again with a pillow between your knees to support the back and with another pillow under your head to keep your spine properly aligned.

If your mattress is not helping to support your spine you have a higher chance of suffering from a sleeping disorder such as insomnia. This can lead to a situation in which the pain not only disrupts your sleep but also prevents you from falling asleep in the first place. This leads to tiredness and other symptoms   it can affect your mood and have an impact on your work life and even your relationships with family and friends.

The average person will spend one third of their life sleeping. To avoid spinal problems you need to make sure that you have the right kind of mattress. There are many different types available and it's a good idea to try them out before buying.

The firmness of the mattress is of major importance. Many people think that the firmer the mattress is, the better it will be for your back. This is not entirely correct because if it is too firm it will only support your body's heaviest parts while not aligning your spine correctly. Another thing to watch out for is the durability of the mattress as its firmness could eventually deteriorate and end up contributing to a poor night's sleep.

Taking all these factors into consideration when choosing your mattress might seem complicated but in reality it is a case of trying before you buy and learning which type of mattress is comfortable and has the right level of firmness for you. Finding the right mattress and learning which positions to adopt when sleeping can help you to avoid spinal problems and ensure that you get a good night's sleep.

This article was researched on behalf of bedtrader.co.uk and we hope you found it helpful


 
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