By making simple adjustments to how you sleep at night - whether you are a side, back or stomach sleeper, these few adjustments will take the strain off of your back and help you wake up refreshed each morning.
The Mayo Clinic has a great article illustrating the different positions. Click to view the article.
Now the next question is, what sleep position is the healthiest? This article is old, but the information is still relevant. "Your preferred p.m. pose could be giving you back and neck pain, tummy troubles, even premature wrinkles.
Here are the best sleep positions for your body". Click here to read.