El Paso, TX. Chiropractor Dr. Alex Jimenez looks at sleep posture for back pain.
Whether you got back, neck, or pregnancy pain, your slumber posture makes a big difference in the way you feel each morning.
Great posture is a key to a healthier spine, but posture isn’t just about sitting or standing straight. Your sleep bearing has a significant effect on neck and your back. While some postures allow you to feel refreshed morning, come, others can leave you stiff, sore, and in pain.
Believe neutral, as it pertains to locating the very best sleep pose to your back and neck. Postures that put your spine in a neutral, or direct, alignment place the smallest amount of pressure on your own back and neck. Learn which postures set your back in a neutral state and those who must be prevented below.
The Very Best Sleep Posture For The Back: On Your Own Back
Sleeping in your back is for putting your spine in a neutral alignment, the very best, but only 8% of peopl