Will laying flat on a hard surface lessen backaches over time? Or can this cause more troubles or make no difference at all? I think this maybe helping my back pains. My bones don't seem to be cracking as much anymore. I got in the habit lately after taking a shower of stretching out flat on the floor for maybe an hour.
Zak is right - there are many different causes for back pain. Resting on a hard floor can help in some of those cases, but certainly not all. Have you sought professional advice on this yet?
Consider calling a good, well-respected chiropractor in your area if that's not something you've tried yet. Chiropractors will be able to identify the potential neuromusculoskeletal components of this problem.
I can recomend a memory foam and sprung matteress for your back pain
and if you can afford it an electrical ajustable base to put it on
see tempur or velda web sites for more info
i have a velda memory foamand sprung bed on an electrice base
it is very good ..but i still have the back ache!! STRAKER
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