The alarm goes off and you hit snooze for the second time. It was a dreadful night of sleep filled with tossing and turning. You get out of bed and still feel drowsy, but you have to get ready for work. It’s another day in the office…and another day with not much sleep. These days are the worst because your neck is aching and back pain nags you all day. The discomfort always seems to be worse on nights with poor sleep.
You are not alone. Many people complain of more aches and pains when they have a night of bad sleep. This may not be an issue for someone who sleeps soundly most of the time, but what if your sleep is disrupted every night. Is there anything you can do to have a better night’s sleep so you don’t have to feel so stiff and achy?
I'm just a guy helping active adults and athletes frustrated by nagging aches and pains naturally return to a healthy lifestyle.