Believe it or not, sleep is actually an essential part of healing from back injuries. Your body does most of its repair work at night when you are relaxed, and sleeping and can dedicate all of your energy to healing. If you are experiencing chronic back pain, then good sleep is as important as good medicine.
Make sure you set the stage right for good sleep. Avoid going to sleep too late, or going to sleep in a loud or noisy environment. When you create a relaxing atmosphere, you are better able to fall into sleep naturally and comfortably, which decreases the chances of any problem. Here’s an article from Dr. Mark Wiley (The Healthy Back Institute) that discusses the need to get an adequate amount of sleep, not only to address your aches and pains, but also for overall health.
As a person who has suffered from excruciating headaches and musculo-skeletal pain for the better part of 30 years, let me assure you that sound sleep is a wonder pill nobody can do without.
Sleep is not only a fundamental human need, it is a necessity that no one who experiences aches or pains of any kind should ever take for granted. It is so important, in fact, we naturally fall asleep when our bodies tells our brains that certain essential chemicals have been depleated and our muscles and ligaments are tired and in need of restoration.”
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Back pain, or pain in general, is a common affliction experienced by people of all ages. Depending on the severity of the pain, it can have a crippling effect on your daily existence. However, there are many effective ways to treat the cause of your pain and reduce its intensity. From natural pain relievers to meditation, managing your back pain is sometimes easier than you think. And moreover, don’t forsake the power of sleep to help relieve your pain.