Finding a snug position to sleep at night will be difficult for some people. Individuals who sleep on their sides and suffer from back, hip, and/or shoulder pain may find the following pointers helpful to get a greater night’s sleep. More sleeping suggestions:
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The Best Sleeping Position for Side Sleepers
00:00 – Ways to Reduce Back and Hip Pain for Side Sleepers
01:34 – Support of Lumbar Curve
02:00 – Neck in Neutral Position
03:04 – Hips in Neutral Position
04:25 – Shoulder in Neutral Position
06:14 – Which Side is Best
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