We just can’t help it! We often sleep in one position and wake up in a completely different one. But, each of us has their trademark sleep position; there are the stomach sleepers, the people who sleep on their side, back, or with arms above their heads. Oh, and then there are people who still sleep in their fetus position!
Your sleeping position can play a major role in the quality of your sleep as well as the health of your spine. Many sleeping positions lead to discomfort caused by neck and back pain both during the day and night.
Poor sleeping positions may result in fatigue, sleep apnea, muscle cramps, headaches, and lower back cramps.
Have you ever experienced any of the aforementioned symptoms every morning? If not, your sleeping position might be perfect, but if you have, then you most likely sleep in one of the five positions we listed here.