1. Sleep on your back
Sleeping on your back is one of the better sleeping postures. About 20% of the population sleeps on their backs. When sleeping on your back it is important to support the natural S-shaped curvature of the back.
Do you fall into a hollow cross? Put a pillow under your knees. This reduces the tension in the backbone.
The pressure points of a back-sleeper are mainly in the area of hips, buttocks, and shoulders. It is important that the vertebrae maintain their natural shape. Your mattress must not be too hard or too soft for this.
A back sleeper should use a pillow that is not too thick or too thick, preferably a down or feather pillow. These pillows are comfortable and flexible. So you get the ideal support. Read more on thebest-mattress.org.
2. Sleep on the side
Over 75% of all people sleep on the site. When sleeping on the side, it is important that the spine forms a straight line. Make sure your body can maintain a natural curvature and support in the right places.
Sleeping on the left side prevents stomach acid and improves blood circulation.
In side-sleepers, the pressure points are in the range of shoulders, hips, and knees. For a side sleeper, a slightly softer mattress is suitable so that the contours can be intercepted and supported.
Since a side sleeper lies on his shoulder, the neck comes in a crooked position. The pillow of a side sleeper needs to be a little bit fuller so that the vertebrae form a straight line. The ideal pillow is a memory foam pillow, a fuller down or feather pillow or a latex pillow that keeps your head from sinking too low.
Slatted floors with integrated shoulder inset ensure that the largest pressure point of side sleepers, the shoulders, can sink deeper.