We all know that waking up during the day and moving our heads off our pillows makes our back or neck ache and painful, often making us depressed and unable to cope with the ups and downs of life. Have you woke up many times because you are sick? When you wake up in the morning after going to bed, think about what it feels like after you get out of bed without experiencing any pain or pain in your neck or back. Isn’t that great? Well, I took this position a few months ago and wished I could have said I found a magic cure or something similar, but the truth is that this peaceful night’s sleep is caused by two factors.
The first thing I did was borrow a temper pillow designed to provide comfort and cushioning for my most vulnerable neck from my fiance. You have to admit that you benefited from waking up the next day. The neck is loose and there is no pain. To be honest, at first I doubted the reason, so my fiancee went out and asked me to buy my memory foam pillow and eat it that night, but I think I can’t sleep better. I really like the way the pillow fits into my body. My fiancee always jokes that the hugs I get from the pillow are bigger than the hugs I get from me. How cute! I understand why, because after using such a neck pillow you will never return to an ordinary pillow. Since then we’ve also invested in memory foam mattresses and although it’s still in its infancy, the sleeping position has changed drastically and the back pain in the morning has been significantly reduced. I no longer wake up with a sore back or sore throat.
The second is actually a more comfortable sleeping position. Previously, one leg was straightened and the other leg was almost reduced to a fetus and rolled into a semicircle. It may seem self-evident to some people, but I quickly realized that the sleeping position was unnatural and was a factor that caused the problem because it affects muscles and joints while sleeping. In particular, additional pressure was applied to the back and neck. . . This poor sleeping position can’t support your spine or provide cushioning, so simply adjusting your sleeping position will help you get to sleep faster.