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ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork shares that 31 million Americans experience lower-back pain. How you sleep can be a big part of the problem.
Dr. Travis says the best position to reduce and maybe even avoid lower-back pain all together is to sleep on your back with a pillow under your knees. If you are a side sleeper, similarly a pillow between your legs can help.
You want to make sure you have a supportive pillow for your head. The goal is to keep your spine in a neutral position in relation to your hips and pelvis. Sleeping this way allows for truly restorative sleep.
The worst kind of sleepers? OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry is one – a belly-sleeper! She finds it comfortable but knows it’s the worst position for the spine.