Many of us spend 8 hours a day sitting at a desk. Now more than ever, people are sitting a lot more and moving a lot less. You may have found yourself experiencing back or neck pain. Although having good posture is important while sitting and standing, it is also a key part of getting a good night’s rest.
Body positioning while asleep can make a huge difference as to how your muscles and joints feel on a daily basis. There are tons of sleeping positions to choose from. While some are generally better for your posture than others, there are ways to make all of them more back and neck friendly.
Improving your posture while asleep can help you sleep better through the night and feel better during the day. You can also avoid potential injuries such as joint and muscle pain if you focus on your posture before going to bed.