Today we’re going to talk about headaches, hygiene and pillows. We hear about dental hygiene how do you eat right but when was the last time you consider if you slept well in a way that doesn’t stress the spine. Most of us know it’s important to avoid head and neck trauma because serious and devastating injuries can occur. Less is understood how minor cumulative stressed over time can affect the soft tissues in your back. If you have never suffered a neck trauma and maintaining good neck habits less critical but most of us about a few kinks and neck over the years and we tend to suffer when problems are not prevented it in the first place. Keeping the next supple, flexible and strong with daily exercises and stretches may help many patients. Others may need more specific regimen like physical therapy or chiropractic care A doctor can advise you on your specific needs. It’s important note to be properly diagnosed before starting any type of stretching your exercise program. Ever wonder why your neck might be more stiff in the morning while maintaining good hygiene while sleeping is also important eight hours of bad posture can be a significant problem but there is a natural arch your neck when you lay on your back so it makes sense to use a pillow that supports the middle of your neck. These types of pillows are called cervical pillows or next support pillows. In 2004 researchers provided neck pain patients both with and without headaches with regular or circle pillows for weeks. They found that patients who use the cervical pillows experience far less pain in the morning as well as improved cervical function. If you found this information useful please share it with family and friends to find out more information visit us at FanwoodBackRelief.com. Thank you.