Your sleeping position matters. Whether you have pain or not, we all need to be aware of the best position to sleep in. Minimizing neck and low back pain, headaches, sciatica, or a disc bulge/herniation, your sleeping position as a big impact on how you feel.
The mattress and pillow you use will also determine whether you wake up refreshed or sluggish. Do you wake up stiff in the morning? Look no further than your sleeping position or pillow selection. If you go to bed feeling fine and wake up in the middle of the night or in the morning not feeling your best, you need to address either your mattress, pillow, or sleeping position.
The videos below will show you the correct way to sleep, where and how to use your pillows, and when you should replace your mattress.
Watch this video if you you have neck pain, headaches, migraines, or tingling in your shoulders, arms, or hands:
Watch this video if you suffer from low back pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease, or a lumbar disc bulge or herniation:
Here is an older, but still good summary of the best sleep posture for spinal problems:
I cannot stress how important your sleep position is on allowing you to get the best night sleep and waking up feeling good in the morning. Try to implement some of the strategies in the videos above.
To a great night’s sleep!
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