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Is your sleep position the key to a good night’s sleep? It may be.

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Watch this video to find out how sleeping in different positions may make some medical conditions better (or worse)…

…although it’s most important to sleep in a comfortable position so you get the best sleep possible.

Side Sleeping

Most people sleep on their side. It’s a good position for:

      • Heartburn
      • Acid Reflux
      • Heart Conditions
      • Pregnancy

Back Sleeping

Sleeping on your back may help with:

      • Spine Alignment
      • Back & Neck Pain
      • Allergies
      • Nasal Congestion

Back and side sleepers should sleep with a pillow under or between the knees to relieve joint pressure.

Stomach Sleeping

Stomach sleeping may improve:

      • Sleep Apnea
      • Snoring

This position can put a lot of pressure on muscles and joints, however.

A good night’s sleep is good for your health. Sleep well!