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Back Pain Relief with Bunk and Murphy Beds

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Bunk beds and murphy beds are great if you live in a small space. Bunk beds are often used for small children, teenagers or college students. Murphy beds are ideal for studio apartments because these beds pull out of the wall.

The problem with these beds is that they can cause some back pain. Innerspring mattresses are the most common mattress used with bunk beds and murphy beds. Additionally, bunk bed/murphy bed innerspring mattresses are thinner than regular innerspring mattresses, so they are bound to offer less support and comfort.

The most important thing to consider when buying a bunk bed or murphy bed is how the bed is made. Good quality beds tend to cause less back pain than poor quality beds. Research the best brands of bunk beds and murphy beds before making your purchase. Read customer reviews to see which beds receive better customer satisfaction ratings. Lately, foam mattresses have been being used for bunk beds and murphy beds. These beds don’t offer the most ideal support system (because they have to stay compact) it is better to use a foam mattress. Foam mattresses can eliminate back pain by reducing pressure points. Foam mattresses can also keep the back and spine properly aligned while resting (something that innerspring mattresses cannot offer).

Sleeping on a bunk bed or murphy bed does not have to be uncomfortable. Your comfort should absolutely not be jeopardized just because you need a compact bed. Foam mattresses are the perfect thing to eliminate back pain with a bunk bed or murphy bed. Be sure to choose a top-quality foam mattress. Cheap foam mattresses don’t provide any support or added benefits. You don’t have to suffer from back pain just because you sleep on a murphy bed or bunk bed. Purchase a good quality bunk bed or murphy bed with a top quality memory foam mattress to reduce and eliminate back pain.

Here Is What I Found About Lower Back Pain Relief

Thursday, November 20th, 2008

Lower back pain cripples millions of people worldwide every day. It is important to keep in mind that every body is different. What may work for one person to relieve lower back pain may not work or may not work as well for another person. If you are experiencing lower back pain, talk to your healthcare professional about different options that may work for you.

What causes lower back pain? The most common cause of lower back pain is a bad mattress or one that is not keeping your spine properly aligned. What happens when your spine isn’t aligned properly while you sleep? Lower back pain. Waking up with lower back pain is not a good way to start out any day. Dealing with lower back pain is not a fun way to spend every day. Many people wake up with lower back pain and then do nothing to fix it. Instead, they head off to work where they sit for long periods of time or lift heavy objects all day long.

Don’t just deal with the pain, fix it. Where should you look first? Your bed. That’s right, you need to take a close look at your bed because it may be what is causing all of your pain. Your bed can play a significant role in reducing your lower back pain. After all, you spend a great deal of time in your bed.

Which mattresses alleviate lower back pain? Well, that is up to you. However, there are a few types of mattresses that can eliminate your pain.

Memory foam mattresses
Memory foam mattresses have been used in the healthcare industry for decades. Why? Because they eliminate pressure points. Memory foam mattresses also keep your spine properly aligned while you sleep. This is a big factor in eliminating lower back pain.

Latex mattresses
Latex mattresses are similar to memory foam mattresses. The difference is that latex mattresses are made from natural rubber trees and have additional health benefits. These benefits include being hypoallergenic, anti-microbial, anti-bacterial, etc. Latex mattresses have a faster response time which means that it is easier to change positions. Latex mattresses do keep your spine aligned properly and can eliminate pressure points as well.

Air Mattresses
We aren’t talking about the $50 air mattresses you take camping. We are talking about the high-quality air mattresses that allow you to control the amount of air inside the mattress. Top-quality air mattresses can also eliminate pressure points because there is nothing inside the mattress to create them. If you decide to go the air mattress route, make sure you choose a good brand with a good track history.

Water Beds
Water beds can distribute your weight evenly, just like memory foam mattresses, latex mattresses and air mattresses. Water bed technology has come a long way in recent years and have been found to reduce lower back pain.

The key to reducing and/or eliminating lower back pain may be to get a different mattress. If you are experiencing any kind of lower back pain, you will want to stay away from coil mattresses or innerspring mattresses. These mattresses distort your spine while resting and create pressure points. Memory foam, latex, and top-quality air and water mattresses are the best mattresses to try if you experience lower back pain.

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