If you wake up from a long night of side sleeping with shoulder, neck, or back pain, this article is for you. We'll discuss some other sleep positions which might be better for your pain, then give you some tips for how to improve your shoulder problems if you're really a die-hard side sleeper.
Do you wake up in the middle of the night? Does it seem impossible to get back to sleep? Here are some ways you could fix that problem by fixing your sleep position. We also discuss fixing your bedding situation to make sure you can get to sleep and stay asleep.
Have you ever wondered what your favorite sleep position says about you? The most common positions include fetal, freefall (or stomach), back, log, starfish and yearner, although we know there are plenty of other positions out there. You might know which of these positions describe the way you sleep, but you might not know they can be an indication of your personality traits… let’s take a look!
[Editor’s note: The Bard of Bedtime has struck again. Assigned to research and report on the topic of Sleep Positions, he (she?) instead submitted via Federal Express the following stanzas—accompanied by three cases of Reese’s Sticks, which were delicious.]