Unfortunately, more than 85% of Americans that suffer from hip pain have troubles falling asleep at night. Hip pain can be caused by many different reasons, such as muscle soreness, muscle or tendon strain, tendonitis, arthritis, sciatica, gynecological and back issues, and so on.
Experiencing hip pain or any other kind of pain is not normal. If you don’t have the above mentioned or similar health problems, but you still regularly feel hip pain when you go to bed, the culprit of this problem is probably a bad mattress. Your sleeping position, such as sleeping on the side can further aggravate the pain. Healthy sleep habits, a quality mattress, as well as hip exercises and stretching can significantly help you alleviate the pain at night.