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THE GOOD NEWS

Back sleeping aligns your neck and spine into a neutral position, making it the least likely sleeping position to cause any kind of neck or back issues.

THE NOT-SO-GOOD NEWS

Sleeping on your back can make you more likely to snore or develop sleep apnea. This is because the position causes your tongue to fall backwards above your airway, resulting in snoring.

TYPES OF BACK SLEEPERS

The Starfish

Sleeping Soldier

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