We spend one-third of our lives sleeping. It's an integral body process that helps heal, restore and protect our many intricate systems and vital organ functions. Use this guide to get the shut-eye you need.
As many as 70 million Americans suffer from a sleep disorder and it's one of the most common complaints received in the medical community. If you’ve been tossing and turning, take back control with this sleep solution. Discover how to regulate your sleep cycle to ensure you’re getting quality rest.
Position Yourself for Success
This is the best position for a healthy night's sleep. It helps protect the alignment of your back's three major curves: the lower back, middle back and lower neck. Improper side sleeping can result in the over-constriction of shoulder and neck muscles. To avoid pelvic rotation and lower spine contortion, place a fluffy pillow between your knees. A second fluffy pillow can also be used to fill the space between your ear and the outer edge of your shoulder to equally support both sides of the neck.