A good night’s sleep is vitally essential to your health, but chronic pain can make that seem impossible to attain. That’s why Orlando Pain Solutions is here! We provide the best and most innovative pain management Orlando has to offer. While we firmly believe that we are capable of treating your pain, it may be that you are looking for simple things that you can do yourself to help alleviate your pain and get a good night’s rest. If that’s the case, try any or all of these helpful tips and see if they provide the relief you want. However, if you’re looking for something more, check out our services online! We are happy to get you the care you require!
Our Pain Clinic Recommends These Breathing Exercises
Our pain clinic recommends these exercises, as they are straightforward to perform and shouldn’t cause you any undue stress or discomfort. First, we’ll start with the simplest and most natural exercise: taking slow, deep breaths as you try to fall asleep. Deep, rhythmic breathing has calming effects for the mind and body, while also synchronizing your heart rate and breathing pattern. This can promote deeper, more restorative sleep. We also recommend daily yoga practice. Yoga makes use of slow, deep breathing and incorporates it into several exercises and poses that can ease tension throughout your body, especially your lower back. We recommend that you learn yoga from a licensed instructor who can tailor your practice to your particular needs and tolerance levels.
Other Methods: Diet And Walking
To bypass your chronic pain to get a good night’s sleep, you can take advantage of several other systems in your body. One of these is your heating and cooling system. Taking a walk in the evening can make really good use of this. When you walk, your core body temperature rises. However, due to the heat dissipation systems in your body, that temperature will drop after your walk, lowering your body temperature. That ensuing lower body temperature helps to trigger your sleep cycle. Another helpful thing is to consume more fruits or whole foods to increase the tryptophan levels in your body. Tryptophan is a protein that regulates serotonin, the hormone that regulates your sleep. Before making any dietary changes, you should consult your doctor to ensure these changes won’t negatively affect your health.
Supplements And Aids
Lastly, there are plenty of over-the-counter supplements you can take for sleep aid, such as valerian capsules, cherry extract, zinc/magnesium supplements, and more. While these should be safe for you to take, if you have any pre-existing conditions, it is best to consult your doctor about what’s best for you.
We provide the best pain management Orlando has to offer, so if you have any questions or seek further treatment, contact us today! You can reach our pain clinic by phone at 407-284-1993, or you can also visit our website and contact us through email. We look forward to hearing from you!