Dayinsure asked me if I could give some tips on how to cope with sciatica pain while it driving. It included some of my tips on how I such as the Sciatic Pain Relief Cushion, which comes in a variation specifically designed for cars.
Over the years I have tried many different types of sciatica cushions but my favourite (I have three, one for each of our cars and one for when I go out with friends) is The Sciatic Pain Relief Cushion which performs just like its name and is well worth the investment.
I also said to “remember to take regular breaks, even if you just stop and walk around your car a few times.” Whatever little things you can do to relieve pain on the road, ensuring that you are not behind the wheel for too long will definitely be a smart idea. If it can be helped, try to take plenty of breaks, pulling over for regular pitstops. This will allow you to get out of the car and stretch a little. Even the Highway Code recommends that drivers take a break every two hours for fifteen minutes.
For more tips and advice, make sure to take a look at the Dayinsure news section.
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I have Transverse Myelitis and have excruciating back pain, particularly when travelling. This cushion might help. Thank you for the tip. Caz x
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