We all know that getting the right amount of sleep is essential. However, if you waking up with aches and pains it might be time to look at your sleeping position as not sleeping in the ‘right’ way for you, could be giving you some aches and pains. But remember, don’t forget to match your pillow type to the right sleep position.
Dodgy back? Read on..
For those with spinal aches and pains, there are two sleeping position suggestions:
1. On your back, arms at your side – considered the best sleeping …
With age and injuries, it can be easy for aches and pains to develop for strain that is placed on the body. With physical therapy or proper treatment from a physician, the pain can often become alleviated on the muscles and joints with proper healing. Although you may feel better, it doesn’t mean that the aches and pains won’t return with time. Fortunately, there are a few methods to preventing the discomfort from returning.
Prevent Weight Gain
Gaining weight can put added pressure on joints and trigger pain in sensitive areas. Exercise …