The Best and Worst Sleeping Positions for Health (infographics)

Sleep is an essential process that keeps us healthy, both physically and mentally. As we sleep, the restorative process repairs the body, boosts energy and supports daytime performance.

Despite the important need for sleep, many of us struggle with getting enough rest. In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation, an estimated 35 percent of U.S. adults don’t get the recommended amount of sleep per night.

So what’s keeping us awake? There are a number of reasons you might struggle to fall asleep, from a medical cause, like insomnia, to a lifestyle reason, like poor diet. However, one reason you might struggle to fall asleep or stay asleep is simple: your sleep position.

The way you sleep can have an effect on your overall health, from causing joint pain to constricting circulation and resulting in restless nights. If you consistently find yourself struggling to get to sleep or waking up sore, it might be time to consider switching up the way you sleep. Check out the SensorGel infographic below to find your perfect sleep position—and get a restful, productivity-promoting, full night of sleep tonight.

Best and Worst Sleeping Positions

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