Donut Cushion for the Tailbone

Tailbone or coccyx pain can occur due to several different reasons. Tailbone fractures, dislocations, injuries from pregnancy or child birth and sports are a few of the several things that can contribute to a person suffering from tailbone pain, which is often very severe in intensity. It is not necessary that a person may have to undergo a trauma in order to experience this condition. At times, the reason for tailbone pain or discomfort cannot be diagnosed.

You can avoid experiencing tailbone pain or irritation through some home remedies. They often include avoiding sitting down for long duration of time, sitting while leaning forward or taking a side, applying ice to affected area if undergone a trauma and consuming food that is high in fiber content in order to avoid constipation. Another such home remedy is to make use of various tailbone cushions while sitting, for example, a donut cushion.

Donut Cushion for the TailboneA donut cushion is a circular tailbone cushion that has a hole in its center. It’s designed as a donut, thus given a name, donut cushion. The hole in the center prevents your tailbone from having direct contact with the flat surface that you are sitting on.

By using it, you exert no or minimum amount of pressure on your tailbone and do not experience severe pain or irritation. You maximum body weight is distributed over the parts that are in contact the pillow’s surface and least pressure is exerted on your tailbone, which is situated in the center.

Besides donut cushion, other varieties of tailbone pillow, such as invalid ring cushion and coccyx seat cushion, are also used by people who are suffering from tailbone related medical conditions. By searching the net for a good and reputable online medical store, you can easily find appropriate tailbone cushion for yourself that is right for you.


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