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Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:13 am
by drrajindersingh
hi.. you should consult with an experienced orthopedic doctor rather then any physiotherapist. Most the senior citizens face this issue in that age.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Thu Feb 14, 2019 6:45 am
by eblclinic
Sorry to hear about your mother's problem. I know these type of pains broke people physically as well as mentally. But the best advice for you to find a good doctor for the treatment. You need to find an expert who can understand the actual cause of the pain your mother is suffering from.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Sat Mar 09, 2019 9:12 am
by drrajindersingh
Your sleeping position depends on back pain while sleeping. If you sleep on your back, try placing a pillow under your knees while you snooze. This will allow for proper alignment of the spine. If you sleep on your stomach, a pillow under your lower abdomen can help, while those who sleep on their side should tuck the pillow between their knees.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Thu Apr 04, 2019 6:52 am
by tomcurren
Try a New Mattress.
Your bed may be to blame for your aching back. In fact, 63 percent of people say that their back pain improved after switching to a new mattress. Look for a medium-firm or firm mattress (the super cushy ones may feel great at first, but they are not back-friendly). Many companies allow you to test drive a mattress for a few weeks before you’re obligated to keep it, which is a good method for finding one that works for you. If a new mattress isn’t in the cards, adding plywood supports under the mattress may help.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Sun Apr 21, 2019 7:53 am
by arvbuttar
Hi,
Sorry to hear about your mother back pain. Ask her to do some exercise to get rid of back pain and also ask her GP to give some medicine.
Thanks.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:36 am
by RalphMcDonald
I have some tips that may be helpful.

Use a small flat pillow for the head. If the pillow may lift head high then it can cause neck and back pain.
Use back bollard cushion which is round, firm, tabular and little wider to fits your back while sitting.
Always wear flat shoes than high heels as they can be horrible for the back.
Walk as possible as in the morning time with fresh air.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Wed Feb 05, 2020 2:34 pm
by davidggambler
ally1968 wrote:I find with my back pain is if I sleep in the same position long enough I start to cease up and if I change position it still hurts but tends to ease slowly, laying on my back is a no no for me as I have both lumbar and thorax back problems. I suggest speaking to your GP as an xray may be required just to rule out anything untoward
As of my personal experience, I would say it is a vague practice to figure out the possible reason for pain without consulting a GP. You should ponder before taking advice. I am not in favor of doing any exercise before the diagnosis of the root cause as it can increase the pain if got the wrong way.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Sat Feb 29, 2020 11:18 am
by katebrownell
This can be occurred due to improper posture during sleep. It is advisable for your mother to use proper mattress and pillow and also to take care on sleeping posture. Apart from this some times due to long term nervous disorder back pain can be developed. So it is recommended to go for a doctor's visit and start thorough treatment.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Fri Mar 20, 2020 12:11 pm
by Afrin Sheikh
Very helpful tips. I will definitely try this.

Re: Back pain during sleeping?

Posted: Fri Jul 31, 2020 2:36 pm
by Mariyafernandes
Back pain during sleeping is the problem due to the matresses we used. Our body posture is also a problem of back pain during sleeping so try to sit straight and focus on our body posture to ignore such kind of pains during our sleep.