If you’ve never given much thought to the position you sleep in, it may be time to.
How you lie at night can cause a range of issues, like back and neck pain, tiredness, sleep apnoea, muscle cramps, headaches and heartburn.
So which position do you sleep in?
As everybody is different, it’s hard to say which position is the best. But if you have, or think you have, a health condition that could be affected by your sleeping position, speak with a doctor.
You can track any improvements in your sleep using features in our app, including sleep trackers and personalised sleep plans.
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A well-spent day brings happy sleep. -- Leonardo da Vinci
Deep sleep is the most restorative stage in your sleep cycle and enables proper brain function and memory.
In this TED video, Sonic Sleep Coach founder Dan Gartenberg explains how technology can be used to help us get more deep sleep - and the health benefits this could bring.