Exercise Improves Sleep and Plymouth Back Pain

Better sleep. Less anxiety. Back Pain Relief. What ties them together? Exercise! Plymouth chiropractic patients come to realize that acting on this one little suggestion to exercise – even just walking! – in their Plymouth chiropractic treatment plan pays off in many ways.

TOO LITTLE SLEEP, TOO MUCH PAIN

What’s recognized about the sleep and pain connection? It’s known that sleep disturbance and depression affect the back pain patient’s outlook on life. Experiencing Plymouth back pain can be disheartening if it goes on for too long (more than 12 weeks) without help as is the case in chronic low back pain. (1) Current clinical guidelines all endorse exercise and physical activity for back pain sufferers. Researchers questioned if poor sleep stops these patients from exercising. (2) Great question! Other researchers then reported that such a disruption to sleep is associated with physical inactivity and depression. (2) Sleep permits the body to rest and rejuventate for the next day’s adventures. Without sleep, the chronic back pain sufferer attempts the next day with less than optimal capability. Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology desires all Plymouth chiropractic care patients to be fully ready to cope with their Plymouth back pain and do what they can for Plymouth back pain relief.

WHAT HELPS SLEEP AND PAIN

Exercise is widely suggested to Plymouth back pain sufferers to help them find Plymouth back pain relief. Stabilization exercise is reported to be quite valuable in the management of sleep disturbance, pain-related disability, depression and anxiety for chronic low back pain patients. In a study of 26 chronic back pain patients who performed stabilization exercise for only 8 weeks in a row, everything got better: sleep quality, disability, depression level, and anxiety level. (1) Another study of 1645 people from 1 to 91 years old found that better sleep quality is linked to habitual physical activity. This study also found that patients over 40 years of age with chronic diseases like hypertension and diabetes experienced poorer sleep and yet they spent more time lying down. (3) As your Plymouth back pain specialist, your Plymouth chiropractor takes a look at the whole Plymouth back pain patient and studies any and all factors when suggesting an exercise plan personalized for each Plymouth back pain sufferer.

CONTACT Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology

Schedule your Plymouth chiropractic appointment with Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology today. Together we can find the best way for a Plymouth back pain sufferer to achieve better sleep, back pain relief, and appreciate life just a bit more!

 
Atiyeh Chiropractic and Functional Neurology incorporates the recommendation to exercise into its treatment plans for chronic back pain sufferers as it improves sleep and pain relief. 
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