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THE GOOD NEWS

Sleeping on your stomach is great for relieving snoring and sleep apnea! The position opens up your airway which allows for easier air flow.

THE NOT-SO-GOOD NEWS

Stomach sleeping is known to be one of the worst positions for neck and back pain as it places a lot of pressure on your neck while also flattening the natural curvature of your spine and moving it out of alignment.
Sleeping on your stomach forces your body to use more energy while you sleep as you need to work against gravity to raise you ribcage. This can lead to more restless sleep for older people in particular.

TYPES OF STOMACH SLEEPERS

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