#1 – Sleeping on your stomach
If you’re a snorer you may have read or heard somewhere that sleep on your stomach will reduce snoring and sleep apnea. While sleeping on your stomach may solve that problem, it can cause worse!
As a stomach sleeper, you may not be aware of the fact that the sleeping position stresses your back and spine, neck, and joints and causes back pain which you will feel once you wake up.
You may also have trouble breathing and feel pain all over your body and not just your back during the night when you sleep on your stomach. How is that a good night’s sleep?