Sleeping can be really hard if you’re suffering from back pain, and that becomes an endless cruel cycle because if you don’t get enough sleep your back will start to hurt even more. Try upgrading your mattress to a conformable one and fix your sleep position by lying on your back and sliding a pillow between your knees to keep your spine in a neutral position.
2. Ice and Heat:
You can reduce you lower back pain by application some ice on the areas that hurt you the most and after a few days replace the ice with heat. You can do that by wrapping an ice pack in a towel and put it on the painful areas for 20 minutes a day, and then switching to heat by replacing the ice pack with a heating pad or warm pack to help relax your muscles and increase blood flow. But please, never sleep on a heating pad because it can cause some serious burns.
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