Best sleeping-positions-pain-management

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Are you getting quality sleep? Tips on what are the best sleeping positions if you have back pain, knee pain, neck pain, hip pain, or acid reflux. Pros and Cons.

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  1. 1. Tips for Sleep and Pain Management www.AtlantaMedicalClinic.com
  2. 2. We need around 8 hours of sleepper night.
  3. 3. Sleep is an essential part ofhealing and managing painin the body.
  4. 4. When we sleep our bodies healand repair the damage fromstresses- physical & emotional.
  5. 5. Everyone’s body is different and the quality of our sleep plays a major role in how we recover.
  6. 6. There aremain sleeping positions
  7. 7. + Reduces Back Pain + Helps Prevent Symptoms of Shoulder and Neck Pain - Not Recommended For Those with Sleep Apnea or Snoring Problems - Bad for Acid ReflexOn The Back__________________________
  8. 8. The Side| + Reduces Back, Hip, and Knee Pain + Can Prevent Snoring and Sleep Apnea + Reduces the Risk of Acid Reflex - Not Recommended for Those with Shoulder Pain
  9. 9. __________________________________On The Stomach + Can Reduce Snoring and Sleep Apnea - Not Recommended for Those with Sleeping Problems - Can Increase Back Pain
  10. 10. Extra TipsTry using a pillow between the legs toalleviate hip and knee pressure.
  11. 11. Extra TipsPlace a pillow under the neck to relieve neckpain and support the neck properly duringrest.
  12. 12. Extra TipsSleeping on yourleft side helpspreventheartburn.
  13. 13. For More Information and Tips on PainManagement Visit www.AtlantaMedicalClinic.comPlease Share This and Sleep Well!

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