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ERGONOMIC DESIGN TO ENSURE CORRECT SPINAL ALIGNMENT

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For Deep, Pressure Free Sleep

Keeps your Spine Aligned

The primary goal of every Morning Owl is to align your spine to alleviate back pain and distribute weight evenly to maximize circulation. The correct sleep posture is only possible of your body is supported along its entire length in a way that the spine is in its natural position loosely perpendicular to your hips and shoulders. This is the only way to support your spine.

Keeps your Spine Aligned

The primary goal of every Morning Owl is to align your spine to alleviate back pain and distribute weight evenly to maximize circulation. The correct sleep posture is only possible of your body is supported along its entire length in a way that the spine is in its natural position loosely perpendicular to your hips and shoulders. This is the only way to support your spine.

Why do we believe that the Morning Owl is the best mattress for back pain?

A good quality sleep means a good spinal health. That’s good news as acquiring the best mattress for back pain is well within your control. After enduring constant stress every day, you owe your spine some relief at night.

We feel that MO is the best mattress for back pain, not only because it aligns your spine, but also because it customizes to the exact requirements of the body. This not only provides the back muscles relief but a constant opportunity to heal.

The Myth of the Hard Bed

Do you ever wonder why it is told to sleep on a firm bed? Earlier, mattresses were made of materials that would compress. This caused sagging in the middle making people sleep in hammock position. Not surprisingly, people started complaining about back and neck pain. As a remedy, they were told to put a board under the mattress. This gave birth to the myth of a hard bed.

Most people equate firmness with support and softness with comfort. However, the best way to evaluate a mattress is to examine how it supports the spine. To achieve maximum comfort, muscles should completely at rest and the spine should be supported in proper alignment.

Soft

If a mattress is too soft, the body sinks causing your spine to curve unnaturally.

MO Mattress

It contours to your body, supporting the entire length of your spine so it can rest in the healthiest and most natural position possible.

Firm

A too firm mattress forces your body to conform to it. MO is just the opposite. It conforms to your body.

We Have Got Your Back

Your muscles constantly work during the day. So, they definitely deserve a break at night.

A research stated that over 80% of us experience back pain at some point in our lives. It is important to understand that back muscles don’t necessarily go to sleep when you do. They stay stressed if your mattress doesn’t provide continuous support.

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Types of Back Pain

There are different types of solutions to different types of back pains. Whether you suffer from lower, middle, or back pain or neck pain, there is always a pillow or mattress solution to alleviate it. Quality sleep is important for your health. It helps you to let your muscles relax and heal while sleeping.

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Neck Pain

Although you might feel pain in your neck, there are a variety of spinal problems that may be causing this type of back pain.

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Middle Back Pain

Learn what types of activities or sleep positions might be putting pressure on your mid-back and causing pain.

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Upper Back Pain

Upper back pain is less common that other types of back pain, but is still an uncomfortable problem for many people.

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Lower Back Pain

Did you know that about 80% of adults will experience lower back pain at some point in their lives?

3 Tips for Side Sleepers

Supportive mattress

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A supportive mattress has the largest effect on your sleep quality. Roll a small towel under your neck and waist… or just get yourself a MO mattress.

Get the right pillow

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A pillow should support the natural curve of your neck. A good rule of thumb is that your ear, shoulder, hips should be aligned.

Use a knee pillow

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With your top leg not supported properly, the angle on your hips and spine goes out of alignment. Sleep with a thin pillow between your knees and pull them slightly towards your chest.

Side Sleeper Test

Back Sleeper Test

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