When you hit the hay for the night, you should be resting in the most comfortable position possible in that moment – remember, comfort promotes slumber and everyone loves a good night’s sleep.
Ergonomically, however, it’s good to change things up. Over the long-term, lying and sleeping the same way every night will eventually lead to aches and pains.
Here’s how you can find what the best sleeping position is for you to get a good night’s sleep.
For Back and Neck Pain…
You should experiment with different ways to minimize your discomfort. You can try one of these 7 recommended tips for reducing neck pain, and applying it to your sleeping position.
Don’t forget to use pillows for support!
If You’re Suffering from Heartburn…
For a solid sleep after a spicy meal, try to find a position where your head is elevated by about 15 centimetres to stop food from backing up into your esophagus.
You can manage your heartburn more effectively with these three tips from experts.
For Obstructive Sleep Apnea…
Probably the tip for sleeping with obstructive sleep apnea is to avoid lying on your back, so gravity won’t be working against your airways.
Finally, for the ultimate guide to getting a good night’s sleep, here are 12 secrets to put you in a slumber.
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