A Beginner’s Guide to Sleeping with Lower Back Pain

Over the course of the past several days, the invigorating experience of a good night’s sleep has escaped your grasp, interrupted by the reemergence of your chronic lower back pain.  And no matter how you’ve tossed and turned, trying to get positioned comfortably upon your worn out mattress, the nagging pain and discomfort have kept you awake.  If lower back pain has been keeping you up at night, take heart, as you are not alone.

How to Improve Your Posture While You Sleep

How did you sleep last night? Did you wake up feeling rested and refreshed, or sore and uncomfortable? Many of us don’t spend much time thinking about our posture when sleeping, but it turns out that our sleep position can greatly affect our daytime wellness, especially when it comes to neck and back pain. Your sleep posture can strain your back and lead to all kinds of bothersome aches and pains when you wake up. Read on to learn how your favorite sleep position might be harmful and how you can make simple changes to avoid back pain.