Do you ever wake up to a dreadfully tight pain at the very lowest point of your back? Or perhaps you feel it if you’ve been sitting on a hard, flat surface for a long time. Tailbone pain consists of cycles of both dull aches and sharp pains. Injuries can result from a number of things including a fall, joint issues, or vaginal childbirth.
It’s hard to feel great about the day when you wake up with back pain. Don’t let the most important restorative hours of your day cause havoc on your back. Here are the best sleeping positions for back pain relief and a happier morning!
We know part of being an “adult” in today’s world means your schedule is packed. You might be trying to find a balance between your work life and home life. You might have kids you need to take care of and chauffeur around. And more likely than not, with all of the to-do list items you need to check off, you may be pushing appointments and check-ups until you desperately need to see a medical professional. Taking action for your health before something “bad” happens is the key to keeping yourself feeling and performing optimally. And seeing a chiropractor is a great way to get on the defensive line in regard to your health. Before things escalate and you find yourself in unmanageable pain, consider these five reasons why it may be time for a chiropractic adjustment.
Back pain is something almost all of us deal with at some point in our lives. From muscle tension to stiffness, back pain can affect both our physical and mental health. Qualities such as overall health, age, weight, family history, career, activity level, all play a role in a person’s specific amount of back pain. But which sex actually suffers from more back pain overall?
When you have back pain or a back injury, the “normalcy” of your day goes out the window. What used to be simple tasks, like tying your shoes, become extremely difficult. Things that used to only take a minute or two, like getting into your car or going down the stairs, now take double or triple the amount of time. And while these are all external examples, it’s important to learn about what’s going on internally. So, what does a lumbar injury do to your body?