When we think about doing stretches, we often think about doing them before a work out or even when we wake up. But it turns out that stretching before you go to bed can have significant health benefits as well.
Ever have one of those nights of sleep where you just can?t get comfortable, and the next day you feel like you?ve been run over by a Mac truck? It turns out that too many poor nights of sleep are really bad for your general health, as well as your spine. What?s more, your sleeping position may be exacerbating your back pain, or even a major cause of it.
Not getting enough sleep, could put you at risk for chronic health problems. So how does sleep affect the body and how much sleep should you be getting per night?