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The hard surface solves spinal problems only for a short time, and in addition to choosing the right mattress and pillow, sleep should be sunk on the side with slightly bent knees and avoid lying on your stomachMany previous studies have suggested that sleeping on a hard surface or floor is best for our spine. This conclusion was often justified by the fact that our ancestors, for centuries, slept on the floor for the most part and did not complain of back pain.However, recent studies by US physiatrists show that this does not provide a long-term solution. They point out that in the short term, some people with acute pain in the spine find that different positions on the solid surface can reduce the pain, but claim that they cannot be removed forever. This is also why some say that hard mattresses are the best place to sleep if you suffer from back pain. But even if it suits you to sleep right on the floor, you should never do it without a rug. If you don’t have one, stretch it out on the carpet. Always lie on your back as this will increase the potential benefits of sleeping on the floor.While some opt for a harder surface, others are more soft, so if you have low back pain, the only way to be sure which one is right for you is to try both. However, if you choose a mattress, it should be firm enough to support the spinal column. It is better to sleep on a regular hard sponge than on a soft mattress.

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