Many suffer from back pain which can result from various causes.
However, to limit discomfort as much as possible, choosing an adequate bed system is undoubtedly one of the various adjustments you can make in your lifestyle.
Back pain: where to start?
Back and neck issues can occur at any age, although people between 30 and 50 are mostly affected. And since we spend ⅓ of our time in bed, it is essential to choose a quality mattress, bed base, and pillow that satisfy physical features as much as possible. Furthermore, also holding a correct position during sleep can relieve inflammation.
Vertebral column: the 4 physiological curves and its functions
We can metaphorically see the spine as a stem with 4 curves:
Light and elastic, the spine supports the head, keeps us upright, offers us flexibility in movement, and protects the spinal cord.
How to choose the most suitable mattress?
Selecting the most appropriate mattress is always challenging and must be carefully evaluated. There are many factors to consider, such as your weight, height, desired comfort feeling, position during sleep, any paramorphisms (incorrect postural attitude), dysmorphisms (chronic morphological alteration), or joint discomfort.
In short, we can certainly affirm that the choice of the best mattress is highly personal, plus there is no universal solution that can work for everyone.
But which mattress relieves back pain?
In all likelihood, although there is no perfect bed, a medium-firm mattress is recommended for relieving back pain as it’s designed to support the heaviest areas of our body such as the head, shoulders, and pelvis, and promote spinal alignment.
However, don’t forget that a mattress alone cannot improve night rest if it’s not paired with the right bed base and pillow. This is why we usually talk about “bed systems”.
Not sure how to pick your new mattress?
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