7 Easy Ways to Wake Up with Less Pain
Try these stretches, bed set ups, and sleep positions to ensure you wake up energized -- not stiff and sore
If you're still feeling painIf you're stretching regularly and getting a restful night sleep but still waking up with chronic pain, it could be time to see a doctor. It might be something as simple as not moving enough during the day, DiScipio says, as we can feel just as sore from inactivity as we can from a tough workout. Or it could be a sign of something more serious, like fibromyalgia or rheumatoid arthritis, says Zimliki. Another common culprit is poor circulation, says Eliaz, so talk to your doctor if you're concerned.