Poor posture can affect your physical and emotional well-being, and can also disrupt your sleep. In addition to increased tension, poor circulation, and neck pain, you might also experience emotional tension related to chronic pain. Fortunately, taking time to consider whether or not your sleeping position may be negatively affecting you is an important step to take in order to alleviate these problems. You may be able to minimize stress on your back, neck, and shoulders by adjusting your sleeping position.
Improving Your Posture While Asleep
1.Assess your current sleep posture. The most important thing to do in order to improve your sleep posture, is to choose positions that helps keep your spine in alignment. If you have chronic problems with headaches, back pain, heartburn, sleep apnea, and/or fatigue, your sleep positions may be exacerbating these problems.Therefore, it is good to sleep either on your back or on your side.