Does a tired old mattress seem like a good culprit for the stress you carry in your shoulders and back? How many times have we tossed and turned on an uncomfortable mattress, or at least one which has far outlived its expiration date? And, how often have we blamed said mattress for the stress we carry in our necks, shoulders and back? But do non-chronic shoulder and back pain come from your mattress? A look at basic cause reveals some hidden and interesting, controllable fact
You consider your pain ‘not chronic’ but, is a massage really all you need? Perhaps the greatest mis-definition of all time is “chronic” when it comes to describing the stress people tend to carry in their shoulders, neck, head or back. Most will admit to such occasional, minor pain, but nearly all will attest that it isn’t “chronic” in nature. The irony is that “chronic” actually means “occasionally” in a manner of speaking. It is a term that denotes a repetition over time.