A pinched nerve may be easy to ignore when you are busy throughout your day. However, when it comes time to wind down and get some sleep, a pinched nerve becomes the focal point of your attention, and the pain is hard to ignore. Going to bed with a pinched nerve may take some planning and careful maneuvering in order to get comfortable enough to sleep. The infographic showcases a few things you can do in terms of sleeeping with pinched nerve pain.
Begin with a firm mattress that supports your entire body. If your pinched nerve is in your neck, you are better off sleeping on your back. For a pinched nerve in your wrist or arm, sleep on your back, or on the unaffected side. Check out how to control pain and wind down.
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