You probably know how important it is to watch your posture when you’re sitting, standing, working out, or lifting something. It’s also important to have good posture while you sleep. People spend several hours at a time sleeping. It only makes sense that the position we sleep in can affect our spine – and the muscles that help support it.
Lower back pain and neck pain can be directly associated with sleep position. Nocturnal pain often leads to lack of sleep, which can compound the issue.