• Julian Simpson

Is sleeping and sitting all day leading to low back flare ups?

Are objective measures of sleep and sedentary behaviours related to low back pain flares?

Costa, Nathalia BPhtya; Smits, Esther J. PhDa; Kasza, Jessica PhDb; Salomoni, Sauro PhDa; Rodriguez-Romero, Beatriz PhDc; Ferreira, Manuela L PhDd; Hodges, Paul W. PhDa. PAIN: January 24, doi: 10.1097/j.pain.0000000000002585


Do Sleep and sitting too much have an effect of flare ups of lower back pain

we have reported in our other blogs that risk factors for lower back pain are obesity, lack of movement, sugar, gluten and many more

This study looked at flare ups and found

  • the longer time in bed, leads to increased risk of pain defined flare ups

  • physical activity wasn’t associated with flare up

  • sedentary behaviour increased risk of self reported flare ups

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