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  • Ever realize when 9:00 pm strikes your clock, you suddenly feel famished and need something to eat before even thinking about bed. Depending on what your late night snack choice is, it may have a profound effect on how well you sleep through the night. Find out what you need to know.

  • What are the best Christmas gifts for chronic back pain sufferers this holiday season? We asked the experts for the perfect gift ideas and products for your you, your friends and family members who live with mild to chronic back pain. Here’s what they had to say.

  • Falling asleep or staying asleep after back surgery could mean insomnia. Learn the causes of insomnia and how to get better sleep after back surgery.

  • Stretching your back first thing in the morning can help decrease the amount of pain you have to manage throughout the day.

  • University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers concluded that yoga may benefit people with chronic back pain. Try these five expert chosen poses to ease your back pain.

  • The Best Running Shoes for Back Pain
    April 25, 2018 | Articles

    When choosing the best running shoe for back pain for men and women, consider investing in the right athletic for your foot type, no matter the price. The cost of a more expensive running shoes is worth saving the co-pay on a doctor or chiropractic visit if the wrong shoes create new back pain or irritate your existing back pain.

  • According to the American College of Sports Medicine, or ACSM, the average American adult should perform at least 150 minutes (2 hours, 30 minutes) of moderate-intensity exercise each week. This 10-minute stretching workout can hep you develop the habit.

  • Last week, Less-Stress London broke down how to avoid stress in the workplace. We promised you guys a part two, diving into the specifics of what your employer can do to support you and your back pain needs. Here's what you need to know.

  • Who else hates being sick? We do. We deal with enough managing our chronic back pain, you'd think we'd be exempt from it —maybe? No. So shouldn't we all be equipped with a toolbelt of knowledge on how to deal with back pain and the common cold? 8 Tips to Combat the Common Cold & Your Back Pain

  • Less-Stress London spoke with Shahroo Izadi, a behavioral specialist to learn the ins and outs of motivating ourselves and the people around us — because even though you may have a bad back, you can still have a good life.

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