Illustrations explaining the optimal position for a good night's sleep are now available


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To get a good night's sleep, you need to keep your body relaxed and pain-free. So, if you have pain in each part of your body, an illustration that summarizes what you should do is being released.

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First, if you have shoulder pain, do not sleep sideways with the painful shoulder down. Sleep on your back or with your opposite shoulder down. At this time, you should put the pillow in front of your chest and put your arms on it as if you were hugging someone.

If you have pain in your lower back or back, put a pillow under your knees and a small wrapped towel under your lower back to maintain the natural curve of your body. Experts say that lying on your back is the best condition for sleep.

If you want to lie on your side, put a pillow between your knees to improve your back, knees, and hips. It seems that the posture of curling up like a fetal is also good for spinal canal stenosis of the lumbar spine.

Sleeping on your stomach increases the strain on your back and neck. If you have to crush it anymore, put a pillow under your pelvis and lower abdomen to keep your body from getting distorted.

To keep your neck in a natural position, it is important not to sleep on your stomach as described above. Be careful as your neck will bend if you use too many pillows. Pillows are placed so that not only the head and neck but also the shoulders can be supported. Some experts recommend a method of supporting the neck with a wrapped hand towel.

In order not to crush the cells of the tongue and throat and impair breathing, it is recommended to be in a sideways or prone position. A rough technique of sewing a tennis ball on the upper back of the pajamas to prevent turning over is also introduced.

One way to prevent acid reflux is to tilt the bed itself, such as by pinching something under the feet on the head of the bed. Or even if you sleep sideways, you can prevent acid reflux.

People who run or have poor sole arch support can inflame the sole tissue.

For plantar fasciitis like this, it is important to keep your feet and ankles relaxed. Be careful not to cover the sheets tightly.

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