The Snoozle slide sheet blog - Tips for sleeping with pain

Using Slide Sheets To Continue Living Independently

Using Slide Sheets To Continue Living Independently

  Living independently is one of the most difficult things to give up. You’ve created a home and it’s your own; the idea of moving out of it, even ...

Turning over in bed is easy with slide sheets like the Snoozle

Turning over in bed is easy with slide sheets like the Snoozle

There are few things worse than being unable to turn over in your own bed. Not only is it difficult to find a comfortable position but it can take...

Fibromyalgia and sleep problems - Tips & tricks

Fibromyalgia and sleep problems - Tips & tricks

I am one of the millions of people who have Fibromyalgia. I have it in combination with an autoimmune disease called Ankylosing Spondylitis, and so...

The difference between a Snoozle slide sheet and other slide sheets

The difference between a Snoozle slide sheet and other slide sheets

Recently we took the Snoozle slide sheet to a consumer show (Naidex) in Birmingham. It was our first show and we were really excited to travel from...

4 Techniques for Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) Relief

PGP in pregnancy makes you crazy.
If you are suffering from PGP, you might feel a bit like jumping off a cliff and the sooner the better. You have yet to figure out how to sleep when pregnant. Those shooting pains in your rear and the burning or knife point pain in your hips and back are now the bane of your existence. I'm sure you didn't seek us out so that we could remind you of every little ache and pain. Let's look at some of the best ways to soothe your aching body and soul... Read more!

Sleeping with severe Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP)

Pregnancy related PGPSince you‘re here, reading this blog post, I suppose you already know that pregnancy can be quite uncomfortable, especially in the third trimester. We all know that it's best to be as well rested as possible to care for your new born baby, but pregnancy symptoms can make resting extremely difficult. Many pregnant women get PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain) during pregnancy. 
Amongst other things, the pain associated with PGP can make falling asleep a struggle. Pregnancy insomnia is definitely a thing, and it can make you frustrated beyond belief.... Read more!

Here‘s why Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) hurts so much

Here's why Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) hurts so much‘Girdle’ might be hands-down, one of the most unattractive words in the English language. It brings to mind images of older, heftier ladies, well past their prime, attempting to reign in the years through manipulative garments. However, every woman has what is called a pelvic girdle, which is a collection of bones that support the pelvic organs. Unfortunately, for many women during pregnancy, girdles become no laughing matter, as nearly three-quarters of women experience pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy.... Read more

 

Do you recognize these 7 symptoms of Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP)?

Pelvic Girdle Pain symptomsBefore we get to the symptoms, know this: Your body has to go through some pretty major changes in order to make room for your expected baby. Your bones, joints, and ligaments will have to adjust to help you push out your baby out. To help with this, your body produces a hormone (Relaxin) to allow your ligaments to connect to the bones of your pelvis, to relax and help you make room for your baby. This is supposed to be a good thing during delivery, but it can cause you pain during your pregnancy, called Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP). Close to 50-70% of women will have some form of Pelvic Girdle Pain during their pregnancy... Read more

Tips for coping with SPD during pregnancy

Tips for coping with PGP during pregnancy

SPD (Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction) is a very common condition that women experience during pregnancy. Also referred to as PGP (Pelvic Girdle Pain), it is a medical condition that causes women to experience pain mostly in their hips, back and pubic bone during pregnancy. This is actually a condition that is caused by Relaxin, a hormone that is released in order to loosen your pelvic ligaments to make room for your baby and help the baby move through the pelvis during birth... Read more