Is it because of the neck pain that you are facing trouble while sleeping? And the discomfort you are going through is such higher that you are compelled to wake up two or three times at night reason being that your neck has become stiff. Adding to this, if you are not having a good night’s sleep then how your day can be full of energy. You will definitely feel exhausted the whole day. This chronic neck pain, if left untreated then it will become worse and a little movement would become a big trouble.
Considering the problem of neck pain, either faced by the office goers, house wives, or people belonging to any age group we have jotted down here top three ways that if followed will surely help in battling with the pain.
Here Are The Top Tips!
Your Pillow Height!
People usually don’t comprehend this method; however it’s the focal point from where you can start treating your acute neck pain. Use a pillow that is not too high or not too low for your neck and supports the natural curve of your neck. Now when the pillow is maintained properly, what must be the adequate position to sleep?
For the back sleepers – For the people who sleep on their back, for them the best use is of a thin pillow that will help give a good support to your spine as well as the neck
For the side Sleepers – People habitual of sleeping on their sides should use a thick pillow that will provide protection to their shoulders and ensure that their head and neck are adjusted in the middle of their shoulders
Say No To Phone Usage!
It has undoubtedly become an entertainment to use mobile phones at night just before closing our eyes. But this bad habit if not ceased can land you in a chronic condition of neck pain.
Stretch Your Neck Before Sleeping!
If you are a person who sits on a stiff chair working all day long then, you are advised to at least stretch your neck as this will help in easing the tight muscles that might be the reason of chronic pain.
If you or any of your loved one is suffering from neck pain or any other body pain, get a professional advice from Dr. Zaki Anwar by placing an appointment at (815) 464-7212). He is an expert anesthesiologist and certified Pain Management Specialist who has been practicing pain relief techniques for the past several years with effective results.