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Soft simmons can lead to lumbar diseases

Hard mattress helps prevent lumbar diseases
It is found that many lumbar disease sufferers have the habit of sleeping in soft mattresses as simmons which start to lose the original shape due to people's weight. The biggest problem is that, the sleeping posture of most people is not correct. The way of deformation of the spring will make the condition worse and worse.

Over time, the deformation of the spring is becoming the "driver" in the lumbar spine lesions. The lumbar parts receive constant unfavorable force so the fragile intervertebral disc starts to appear lesion which can eventually lead to lumbar disc slip, bulging, dislocation or hyperplasia. It is highly recommended to sleep in bed with relatively hard mattress.

Lumbar pad helps relive lumbocrural pain
At the beginning of the lumbar spine disease, there is occasional soreness and numbness, If you don't take it seriously, it has already developed into serious lumbar disease when it affects your walking and when the pain becomes unbearable. In addition to medical treatment, you can alleviate the pain through putting a lumbar pad or a pillow of about 10 cm on your back when sleeping. Adjust the location of the pillow or lumbar pad until you feel comfortable.

 The benefits are:
Better maintaining the iliopsoas muscle relaxation, improving local blood circulation, enhancing the muscle strength and muscle tone.

Widening the intervertebral disc, reduce pressure on intervertebral disc, eliminating the oppression on cauda equina and nerve roots, alleviating lumbocrural pain, gradually restoring and enhancing spinal muscular back tensility.

With the increase of age, the vertebra bone renin is gradually draining. Intervertebral disc will be facing cartilage aging and brittleness. Under the effect of external force, sprain or cold, the intervertebral disc will rupture, flow of the bone marrow can oppresse nerve root, causing waist pain and numbness symptoms. For patients of this disease, the key in treatment is to complement the bone renin.

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