There are sleeping positions that may give you a better night’s rest.If you’re a stomach sleeper, unfortunately, you are not getting the best possible night of rest. Sleeping on your stomach can reduce snoring and is not comfortable to your back and neck. Thus, stomach sleepers always have a poor and discomfort sleep.
- Sleeping on your stomach affects your back and spine badly, as the middle of your body is where most of your weight is.
- You’re probably turning your head to one side when sleeping on your stomach and that can put a lot of strain on your neck and cause misalignment problems.
What Can You Do If You Have No Alternative?
You may say that you cannot change your sleeping position because the whole of your life you slept on the stomach and you have no control on that. Here are some tips that might help your body to have a good rest:
- Use a thin pillow or don’t use a pillow at all. This might reduce your neck pain.
- Put a pillow under your pelvis. This will help keep your back and spine in a more neutral position.
- Stretch in the mornings.Of course, you have to warm up with a little movement before stretching and be gentle.