The Best Bed For Statins Pain

Feb 17, 2020Dian Templeton0 comments

If you are taking a group of medication called statins for high cholesterol you may end up experiencing something called statins pain.

It's a condition where you may experience muscle pain, muscle fatigue and muscle weakness. This might make it difficult to sleep, so what's the best bed for statins pain? We've got the answer here...

What Are Statins?

Statins include a large group of medications used to treat high cholesterol

If you’re unfamiliar with them, statins are a group of medications prescribed for high cholesterol. They work by blocking an enzyme in the liver, decreasing the amount of cholesterol made by your body, and also help your liver to remove cholesterol from your blood. They can be an incredibly effective tool for lowering cholesterol and reducing risk of heart attack. However, as with any medication, there are side effects. One common side effect is a condition called statins pain.

What is Statins Pain?

Speak to your doctor if you have any concerns.

Statins pain is a condition that may cause muscle pain, muscle fatigue and muscle weakness. It may be caused by the use of statins. However, there are other risk factors involved that may cause a person to be at higher risk for it.

So, what are the risk factors? Well, there are quite a number of risk factors. The following are a few of the more common ones:

  • Excessive exercise

  • Drinking a lot of grape or cranberry juice

  • A low BMI

  • Being over the age of 65

There are many more factors that are suspected to put a person at higher risk of developing statins pain while taking statins. So you need to discuss this with your doctor if you have any concerns. Do not stop taking your statin medication without speaking to your doctor.


So, How Do Statins Cause Statins Pain?

Doctors are actually unsure of the cause of statins pain.

Doctors aren't sure why statins cause muscular pain. However, they do have suspicions. Firstly, that it may effect a protein in the muscle cells, ultimately decreasing muscle growth. The second theory is that it can possibly decrease the level of an enzyme that helps produce energy in muscle cells.

The Best Bed for Statins Pain

the best bed for statins pain
The Therapeutic Gel Adjustable Bed is perfect for those suffering from joint and muscle pain.

If you're dealing with something like statins pain, it might be difficult to sleep. So, what's the best bed for statins pain? The Director here at Out and About Healthcare is a person who has had to take this journey himself due to heart disease. His chosen bed is the "Therapeutic Gel Adjustable Bed", which we will explain further below.

The Therapeutic Gel Adjustable Bed

So, do you need a bed that's designed for utter comfort? Well, why not take a look at the Therapeutic Gel Adjustable Bed? This bed is designed with comfort in mind, and what's more, it's adjustable! Take a look at the video below if you'd like to learn more about it.

How Does It Help?

How this bed helps with statins pain is by offering a softer, supportive mattress with adjustable positions, relieving the pressure on the pain areas of your body. While no bed can take your pain away, the correct bed can alleviate the pain through high quality comfort support. Statins pain can be reduced through reducing the pressure on muscles, as well as cooling the muscle pain with the gel cooling technology.

It's a truly revolutionary design, designed specifically to help alleviate those awful joint and muscle pains throughout the night while keeping you nice and cool. With firmer sides for easier transfer and both a soft and a firm side so that you can flip the mattress to suit your comfort needs, it's perfect!

So, with this in mind it's clear that the Therapeutic Gel Foam Mattress is in fact the best bed for statins pain.

If you'd like to know more, why not contact our friendly team and have a chat?

Disclaimer: This article is not to be used in place of medical advice. If you have any concerns regarding your health please speak to your doctor.

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