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Relieve Neck Pain From Sleeping

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In this video, we discuss how to improve your sleep and prevent neck pain. Many people struggle with sleeping positions that cause neck pain. One of the most important factors to consider is the type of pillow you use. Using too many pillows can cause pressure on your neck, leading to pain and discomfort. Instead, we recommend using a cervical pillow that is specifically designed to support your neck. These pillows have a contoured shape that fills in the space between your head and neck, allowing your neck to stay in a neutral position. This reduces pressure on the joints of your neck and helps prevent pain.

We also recommend sleeping on your side, as this position allows you to rotate slightly off-center, reducing pressure on your shoulder. If you prefer to sleep on your back, a cervical pillow can still provide the support you need. Alternatively, you can create a makeshift cervical pillow by rolling up a towel and placing it in your pillowcase. This will provide a small amount of support under your neck, helping you maintain a neutral position.

In summary, if you’re experiencing neck pain or discomfort while sleeping, consider investing in a cervical pillow or creating a makeshift one with a towel. Sleeping on your side or back with proper neck support can help reduce pressure on your joints and improve your overall sleep quality.

Equipment Used

Length of Class

Fitness Level

Cervical Pillow, Rolled Towel

3 Minutes



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