I use to have a back ache when I first got up out of bed. I rose early enough, but I loved to sleep a little longer at times. This is when my back would ache, and I realized that the bed was making my back hurt. I began to get up earlier, and I relaxed with my Bible in the den.
I found that these two, things were helping me with my back. I also went to exercise class, and I found that the weight I was carrying was also helping with the backaches. You know, I trimmed down for me, and when I turned a corner, I was much less than I was when I was sleeping late in bed. Really.
I had good mattresses, but there is something that makes my back hurt if I stay in the bed for a long, time, daily. I also became busy with exercises, and this helped the back. Losing weight helped.
Do you know, a little, exercise is better than you think. I have the bench, and I exercise on it for 200 times. I find that my back gets the exercise it needs, and I feel better when I weigh less. If I don’t exercise, and curb the sweets, and bread, then I gain weight, and hurt. These are just thoughts that I share today.
I don’t like to see people in pain, but the eating has to be cut to really lose that backache. You are carrying too, much, and nature is saying in a shout, “Hold the sweets, and bread at least!”