There are two sleep methods recommended by the American chiropractor Association: Side sleep and back sleep.
Sleeping on your stomach is not only the least ideal place to sleep, but it can damage your spine and nervous system.
Sleeping on the back is the preferred position for a good sleeping posture, but sleeping on the side is acceptable if it does not cause back pain.
No matter how you sleep, ACA recommends sleeping on a sturdy mattress unless it feels better to sleep on a soft mattress on your back.
Roll the sheets or towels properly on your back to sleep.
Tie the towel to the waist to provide support for the lumbar spine.
The lumbar support allows your spine to remain neutral and properly aligned.
Lay on a comfortable and supportive mattress.
Put a pillow or small pillow under your knee.
Bend your knee slightly.
Relax and make your thighs and feet better.
Follow the advice of Kaneohe Family Chiropractic\'s chiropractor Chip abbadako during the week, put a buckwheat or sobakawa roll under your neck to replace the pillow.
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Sleep correctly on your right or left.
Place your head on a standard pillow of the right thickness so your face will point straight ahead.
Avoid thick pillows that will cause the neck to rotate upwards or thin pillows that turn the face to the bed.
Bend your knee slightly and place a pillow between your knees to keep your pelvis stable.
Don\'t twist your pelvis or your spine won\'t be able to align properly.
The Cleveland Clinic warned in its \"posture of healthy back\" article that keeping the knee away from the chest and avoiding sleeping in the fetal position.
Switch sides occasionally so you don\'t always sleep on one side in your life.
Sleeping on one side causes your chest and spine to eventually turn to one side, abbadcock warns.