(DailyProsper.com) – If you’re having trouble getting the recommended 6 to 8 hours of sleep a night or find yourself tossing and turning even after turning out the light, how you position yourself in bed could make a difference.
Your sleeping posture could be putting a strain on different parts of your spine, particularly your neck, causing you to lose out on the restful sleep you need.
Sleeping on your back or your side can potentially give you the biggest benefits, allowing your spine to relax properly in bed. Sleeping on your stomach, however, forces you to crank your neck one way or the other and can cause your body to fall out of alignment.
Your pillow can also make a difference. One that’s too flat can cause strain on your neck, so get a good-quality memory foam pillow and replace it every 1 to 2 years to ensure you’re sleeping on a surface with enough support.
Quality sleep is crucial to overall health and can improve your productivity and concentration during the day. If you’re having trouble getting a good night’s sleep, try adjusting your sleep posture for more restorative rest.
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