You already know that daytime posture is important for reducing pain and other conditions.
Did you know that your sleep posture matters just as much – if not more – for health and wellbeing?
Think about it: you spend upwards of eight hours each night lying in bed. Shouldn't you strive for proper posture?
The truth is, there's a best sleeping position for many health conditions.
If you suffer from chronic pain, tingling in your arms, or other health conditions, you might want to consider evaluating your sleep position.
Here are is the best sleeping position for all your ailments.
People suffering from sleep apnea should never sleep on their back. This can be downright dangerous because your tongue could cut off your air supply.
Instead, sleep on your side or in the fetal position to keep your airways wide open.
Sleeping on your stomach can also reduce snoring, but it brings a lot of other problems with it like neck pain.
When you're pregnant, nothing feels comfortable. To get as comfortable as possible, sleep on your left side with a pillow between your legs.
Sleeping on your left side will promote healthy blood circulation and stop your uterus from applying pressure to your liver. (Which causes heartburn.)
If you suffer from heartburn or acid reflux, back is best.
Sleeping on your back keeps your body in a "natural" position which puts less stress on your digestive tract (as opposed to your side or stomach).
Just make sure to keep your head raised slightly above your abdomen to prevent acid from creeping up your esophagus.
Lay on your back and go through a meditative process to calm your body starting with the top of your head and moving down to your toes.
On your back, you're less likely to experience that strange and dull pain where your bed suddenly feels like a concrete slab forcing you to get up.
For folks with chronic back or neck pain, sleeping on your side or in the fetal position is best because it promotes blood flow.
Sleeping on your side can cause wrinkles because your face ends up pressed against the pillow. Sleep on your back instead.
No matter which position you choose, a LunaZen mattress can improve your sleep quality by providing support while contouring to your personal shape.
We pay close attention to detail when it comes to our products. Our mattresses are handcrafted in Canada – never compressed. We only use premium materials like eco-friendly foam, locally sourced steel, and bacteria resistant textiles.
With our no-obligation in-home trial you have nothing to lose besides poor sleep. If you're ready to get the best sleep of your life, shop our mattresses now.
Twin 38" x 74" x 12"
This is ideal for young children and bunk beds and is the perfect option when graduating to a big girl/big boy bed. Also known as a single bed.
Twin XL - 38" x 80" x 12"
While traditional twin size mattresses are perfect for young children and shorter adults, twin XL mattresses measuring 39” by 80” were made to fit a taller adult sleeper.
Coil Count: 650
Double - 54" x 74" x 12"
The full size mattress, also known as a double bed was the most popular mattress size for adults and couples before the introduction of the queen size mattress in the 1950s. Full size mattresses are great for families with older children and teenagers. In cities, where space is a luxury, full size mattresses have never gone out of style.
Queen - 60" x 80" x 12"
The queen size mattress is designed to provide more sleeping room for couples, while still being small enough to fit in smaller rooms. Since its debut, customers have crowned the queen sized mattress as the #1 selling mattress size in the industry.
King - 76" x 80" x 12"
This size is a royal fit for any master bedroom. The king sized mattress was designed to provide more sleeping surface. Stretch away!!
Coil Count: 1,292
Cal King - 72" x 84" x 12"
The California king size mattress is longer than a traditional king at 84”. Offsetting its longer length, California king mattresses shave 4” off the width of a traditional king mattress, measuring 72” across. The California king mattress is great for tall people or any person who likes to stretch out in their sleep.
Coil Count: 1,292