If you suffer from chronic pain, then you probably know all too well that it can seriously affect your sleep. But have no fear-these sleeping positions will ease you into your bedtime routine and more importantly, help you avoid waking up every few hours because of constant discomfort.
This handy graphic from the Cleveland Clinic and SheKnows features the best and worst ways to sleep with chronic pain. The list of sleep positions is designed for people with common types of aches, including neck pain, shoulder pain, low back pain, neck pain, hip pain, jaw pain, and headaches. For instance, if you want to reduce lower back pain, place pillows underneath your knees. Sounds like such a simple fix, right?
You can view the complete guide below, plus check out more of our handy tips on getting a good night's sleep.
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