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Contrary to popular belief, spooning is not always the best sex position for those with a bad back, according to new research from the University of Waterloo. For the first time ever, scientists have successfully documented the way the spine moves during sex and discovered exactly why certain positions are better than others when it comes to avoiding back pain. Many couples will remain celibate because one night of love-making can lead to months of back agony," said Professor Stuart McGill, of Waterloo's Faculty of Applied Health Sciences. The pioneering study combined infrared and electromagnetic motion capture systems -- like those used in the creation of video games -- to track how 10 couples' spines moved when attempting five common sex positions. The findings were used to create an atlas, or set of guidelines, that recommends different sex positions and thrusting techniques based on what movements trigger a patient's pain.
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Sex and Back Pain
Back Pain and Sex
Researchers have developed recommendations to help pain patients engage in intercourse. It can also affect your sex life. But new guidelines based on how the spine moves during intercourse could help. Back pain affects 8 out of 10 people at some point in their lives, and low back pain is the leading cause of disability globally.
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Best and Worst Sex Positions for Back Pain
Back pain can make sex more agony than ecstasy. Studies across the globe have found that most people with back pain have significantly less sex because it triggers or worsens their pain. Motions like thrusting or arching your back, or even just supporting your weight, can make sex excruciating. The good news is that science has got your back — pun intended — and positions for different types of back pain have been identified.
For many of the millions of Americans who suffer with back pain, trying to maintain a healthy sex life can be frustrating. And that can be a good thing. Remember that sexuality is an integral part of normal, healthy relationships. So be sure to ask how a specific back condition might affect it, and follow the advice received.