We will only be lying to ourselves if we say that we have never in our lives experienced a nagging neck and back pains after a supposedly good sleep. It gets worse when these aches and pains keep on continuing day after day. While trying to locate the cause, individuals come up with many a different and fancy reasons, like the onset of osteoporosis, diminishing bone density, indication of certain deep set diseases etc. This happens all the more when the matter revolves around back pain.
What we often tend to overlook though is the role that our everyday sleeping positions play in earning these discomforts. This goes out to all those who find peace in scrunching up in the couch in front of the TV and doze off for the next 8 hours. This also goes out to everyone who forgets investing in a mattress for over 2 decades. People using wrong pillows, propping them too high or too low should also bring the matter to their notice.
Incorporating best sleeping positions as a part and parcel of one’s everyday routine is critical when it comes to keeping one’s backbone in perfect shape. Laying down straight on the back on a comfortable mattress with pillows that adjust the neck position well can go a long way to keeping your skeletal system free of aches and pains.