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How Adjustable Beds Can Relieve Hip Pain

How Adjustable Beds Can Relieve Hip Pain

Hip pain can be caused by a variety of medical conditions. Whether it is arthritis, bursitis or tendonitis, the results are usually painfully similar. Movement is restricted and even simple tasks like walking around the house can become incredibly difficult.

It is easy to become discouraged if you suffer from regular hip pain. The problem can quickly start affecting every part of your life, so it is important to try everything in your fight against it. There are a number of things sufferers can do in order to reduce the level of pain and discomfort they experience.

Using an ice pack is often a good way to limit the swelling and pain caused by muscle injury. Applying a bag of frozen peas, an ice block or a purpose made ice pack should reduce the pain you experience. Be sure to wrap the cold items in a wet tea towel to avoid damaging the skin.

Keeping active is crucial; while it is important not to overstretch and damage the muscles, some gentle stretches in the morning, followed by a short walk during the day, will often make a noticeable difference to the pain your hip causes you.

Adjustable beds and recliner chairs can also play a role in reducing levels of pain. Adjustamatic Beds offer attractive items of furniture that make use of state of the art Cyclo-Therapy Technology, which boosts blood flow and circulation. The furniture administers medically effective massages that provide relief from many of the symptoms associated with hip problems.

The electric beds Adjustamatic Beds provide are designed to be easily adjustable, making it easier for you to find a comfortable position to lie in. Many people report they have difficulties sleeping because of their pain and adjustable beds are designed to reduce the discomfort and soothe you to sleep.

Hip pain can be incredibly hard to live with, but its effects can be much reduced. Not all conditions that cause hip pain should be treated in the same way, so consulting with a medical professional is recommended.