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Are you worried about your sleeping position?

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/23/2012 12:21 AM
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Are you worried about your sleeping position?
Do you ever think to youself you should be sleeping in a different position? Is it bad to always sleep the same way?
Lucky Charms

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12/23/2012 12:22 AM

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Re: Are you worried about your sleeping position?
Only if that position is in a ditch... which if I'm honest is not an altogether rare occurrence. :/
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Tracy
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12/23/2012 12:36 AM
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Re: Are you worried about your sleeping position?
For the past few years I have been most comfortable with 2 pillows....one with has arms that go under you arms/pyramid shape. However I did have to change to lying flat for a while during an overseas trip and it made my neck ache badly. Posture is important to me...so it was only when I realised the 2 pillow is NOT a good idea...its putting my spine out of alignment. I dont want a hump back when into my old age.


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Sleeping posture is very important, because your rest depends on it. It is important to have a pillow under your had, but not under your shoulders. Don’t use more than one pillow, because it could disturb your natural spin position, which is very important.
If you sleep on the side, a pillow between your knees will help maintain a neutral spine position. You can’t have a good sleeping posture if you have a sagging mattress. Your neck and back probably hurt because you don’t sleep in the right position.
All these things are equally important for remaining the best sleeping posture. It’s not easy to change your habits, and maybe you will not be able to sleep in the first couple of days, but it will be worth all the effort.
MisterBear

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12/23/2012 01:08 AM
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Re: Are you worried about your sleeping position?
Yes.

I sleep on my side and eventually that leads to me developing a very sore back.

When i was born i was arched backwards, so that wouldn't help.. But i would imagine for my back's sake i should sleep belly up.

I just can't. I pay for it when my back hurts though.

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