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Insomnia and Back Pain

Get enough restorative sleep to promote self healing. Pain is a leading cause of insomnia difficulty with falling asleep and/or staying asleep. Approximately two-thirds of people with chronic back pain suffer from some type of sleep disorder. Paradoxically, inadequate sleep can make your back pain worse. This vicious cycle makes it ineffective to treat just the pain. If you have sleep problems, you need to get the sleep problems addressed too. Addressing pain and medical problems disrupting sleep. There are many options for treating sleep problems that accompany chronic lower back pain. Chronic pain and insomnia breaking the cycle with a routine of exercise. Studies show that people with short-term low-back pain who rest feel more pain and have a harder time with daily tasks than those who stay active. Approximately two-thirds of people with chronic back pain suffer from some type of sleep disorder. Paradoxically, inadequate sleep can make your back pain worse. “Patients should avoid more than three days of bed rest,” says Mike Flippin, MD, an orthopaedic surgeon who specializes in back and spine care at San Diego Medical Center. “I encourage my patients to get moving as quickly as possible.” Pain is a leading cause of insomnia difficulty with falling asleep and/or staying asleep.

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Exercise your core

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The muscles in your abs and back play a critical role in supporting your lower spine. These muscles don’t get a good workout during the course of a normal day they need to be specifically targeted through exercise. Exercises and abdominal exercise recommendations before Qi-gong workout. One often overlooked contributor to lower back pain is tight hamstrings. If your hamstring muscles located in the back of your thighs are too tight hamstrings your lower back will be stressed, leading to less pain. Hamstring stretching should be done lightly,  carefully and at least twice per day before Qi-gong and magnetics. There are many gentle stretching exercises that should not hurt.  The wall hamstring stretch is another stretch option that’s easy on the low back.

Some people find that even doing just 1 Qi-gong workout helps those things that make them feel good each day, such as enjoying a comforting cup of tea or coffee, calling an old friend, walking the dog, or receiving a longish 30-second hug from a loved one can make pain more tolerable when wearing magnetics. Even if you are in severe pain and are undergoing extensive medical treatments, we encourage you to still try Qi-gong with magnetics to help your body remember the simple things you can do for yourself to help heal and get stronger and healthier over time. Controlling the pain with Qi-gong and magnetics is the answer to your prayers. The pain can be stopped and healing can begin, restore your youth and vitality with magnetics. Pain messages travel along the peripheral nervous system until they reach the spinal cord. The gate control with Qi-gong proposes that there are “gates” on the bundle of nerve fibers in the spinal cord between the peripheral nerves and the brain. These spinal nerve gates control the flow of pain messages from the peripheral nerves to the brain that are under control with Qi-gong. Qi-gong determine how the spinal nerve gates will manage the pain signal. These factors include the intensity of the pain message, competition from other incoming nerve messages such as pain, touch, vibration, heat, etc, and control signals from the brain telling the spinal cord to increase or decrease the priority of the pain signal. This is a secret known to the Qi-gong masters for thousands of years. Depending on how the gate processes the signal, the message can be handled by the Qi-gong workout and magnetics. Signals allowed to pass directly to the brain unaltered by Qi-gong being pain in its raw form as you may know. Messages forwarded to the brain for instance, influenced by Qi-gong are changed and controlled the pain messages prevented from reaching the brain.The complexity of this process is illustrated by the “phantom limb” phenomenon discovered by doctors tells us nerves remember pain signals. In which pain signals can seem to arise from amputated limbs. The gate control theory provides a framework to explain this by the complex interaction of the structures of the nervous system.

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https://www.jenhilman.com alway safely stretching us out before Qigong Thanks Jen.

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