The way you sleep at night can have a big impact on your health during the day. Sleeping in the wrong position can cause a number of ailments, including back and neck pain, muscle cramping, impaired circulation, premature aging, and—of course—restless nights.
If you consistently find yourself unable to get comfortable throughout the night, or if you often wake up with sore muscles or joint pain, it might be time to consider a new sleeping position.
In general, the best sleeping positions follow the same template: they keep your airways open, your spine elongated and your limbs long. Check out the SensorGel infographic below to find your perfect sleeping position—and get a more restful sleep tonight.
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