Discussion in 'Sleep Mats' started by Victor, Nov 3, 2018.
He just lurves driving that bus..
Very much so. And constantly travelling long haul for work and out at parties, dinners, events most evenings. Doesn't seem to get tired.
I used to be a side sleeper. In 1978 I fractured my spine and had to lie on my back for 5 weeks. Since then I have had no trouble sleeping on my back
Don't break your back to learn back sleeping It's not worth it I reckon.
How is your back now Ian? If you don't mind me asking on a public forum. I hope you're as recovered as possible.
Pretty much OK. I get some lower back pain if I am not careful with my posture. I need to keep my back straight when lifting things. A few other very minor problems. As I have had it for most of my life, it just seems normal now. The only thing I can't do is jump off anything, even a three or four feet high. It doesn't hurt, but I have a very stiff back for a few days afterwards.
That's good I reckon considering. You know what limitations it has set on you but you haven't let it stop you. It's just become second nature to protect your back I guess.
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