How many nights have you spent tossing and turning with back pain,trying every position possible to get comfortable and getting up the next morning
feeling more exhausted than when you went to bed?
Worse still, you spend the next day feeling irritable and weary, only to repeat the cycle all over again the next night?Well, it’s something that one in three of us experience at some point in our life.
And as if dealing with back pain during the day isn’t hard enough, this pain often tends to increase in intensity through the night, meaning the resulting lack of sleep not only impacts on your ability to function the following day, but can also cause anxiety and lead to depression.
The chronic back pain cycle is relentless, it takes more of a toll on our emotional state than most of us appreciate, and sleeplessness plays a pivotal role in that downward spiral.
Tim's Top Tip
If you're struggling to sleep due to low back pain. You can download a FREE leaflet with 6 strategies that you can use to help you banish those sleepless nights for good, and allow you to wake up feeling refreshed and ready for action.
Download Our Free Guide To Sleeping Better With Back Pain