Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDS) and rest

MSDs are the result of diseases but also of repetitive daily activities (whether work-related or not), aging, postural risks or even the consequence of the somatization of stress and anxiety suffered by some people. MSDs, such as cervical and back pain, condition sleep quality as they produce discomfort and affect sleeping posture, causing disrupted sleep and altering latency and effective sleep time.

The MSDs line researches new preventive and palliative systems so that the body supports during sleep do not produce fatigue in the most vulnerable areas of the musculoskeletal system.