This article provides a guide to the six best sleeping positions for lower back pain, as well as offering advice on pillows and mattresses, sleep hygiene, and when to see a doctor.
Posted by Eileen Pelletier on January 08, 2019. 0 Comments
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Sleep is the time that your body repairs itself. It strengthens your immune system, recharges your body, and helps fend off heart disease, diabetes, etc. Much like taking your car to the garage nightly for a tune up, to prevent future problems. However, not getting enough sleep leaves you vulnerable, not able to bring your best game on a daily basis.
Getting enough hours of restorative sleep is often not possible, because we set ourselves up for defeat. Going to bed too late, checking our email at night, and most importantly, not sleeping in a position that improves the quality of your sleep, and actually leads to pain: in the knees, hips, back & neck.
Sleeping on the side, is the most popular sleep position, making up at least 65% of the population. However, not using a neck pillow the proper height and not using a knee pillow between your...