We all know that getting a good night's sleep is an essential part of staying healthy, but how we sleep also plays a role in keeping us in top form. "The position in which you sleep can determine how well you sleep, as well as how you feel in the morning," says William Barrett, DC, chief clinical officer at ChiroCare of Minnesota Inc. Whether you suffer from neck pain or seasonal allergies, there are certain sleeping positions that can alleviate the pain as well as prevent a flare-up. Read on to find out how to feel better throughout the night and into the morning, no matter what your health concern.
According to a survey by the National Sleep Foundation, 78 percent of women have difficulty sleeping during pregnancy. Because the added weight plays a factor, the best position for expectant moms is on their side, says Sam J. Sugar, MD, director of Sleep Services at Pritikin Longevity Center & Spa in Miami. "Lying on your back puts too muchRead More »from Sleep Your Way to Better Health