The Good Night's Sleep Project
Episode 5

The Ideal Sleeping Position for a Good Night’s Sleep

  • Oct 10, 2019
  • Ideal Sleeping Position
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It’s time for another episode of The Good Night’s Sleep Project Podcast, where I share tips, science-based insights, and old wisdom from around the world that can help you get a better night’s sleep as often as possible.

Today’s episode is called “The Ideal Sleeping Position for a Good Night’s Sleep” (It depends on several different factors, including your body type.)

Here’s what you’ll discover:

  • Why “mechanics” plays a vital role in helping you sleep well – especially if you suffer from neck pain or back pain.
  • The surprising reason why sleeping with your neck just a few degrees out of alignment from the rest of your body can aggravate snoring and sleep apnea. (Hint: It can literally cut off your breathing.)
  • How sleeping on a pillow that is too high, too low, too firm, or two soft means you’re more likely to toss and turn through the night.
  • Why some (but not all) side sleepers should consider sleeping with a second huggable pillow.
  • And more!

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