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I have always been a side sleeper but of late I have really enjoyed sleeping on my stomach. For some reason, I wake up feeling hungover when I've slept on my back.

What is your favourite sleeping position?


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Back is best for me now.
Hello Jonah! The kitten is just sooooo cute! Lol!
by donjo
I know...lol :)

by jonaja
Funny how you can get used to sleeping on your back, even if you've never done it before. I used to be a side sleeper, and I am slowly becoming one again but I go really sick a couple of years ago and was forced to sleep on my back in hospital. When I got out, I couldn't seem to sleep on my side at all anymore. I had become a backsleeper.
I am also a "side sleeper".
I had great difficulty in hospital having to lie on my back and not move -I never did get used to it.

When I was younger I used to sleep on my stomach however now that I am ancient, or as it is correctly termed, "at old age", I cannot sleep on my stomach as my neck does not like it.

Had a test a few years ago and had to lie on my stomach and not move for 30 minutes and it nearly killed me as my neck just will not move as it used to!
by Finy
A relative of ours had problems with his neck Finy. It would get stuck in one position for half an hour. He had acupuncture and said that he never felt better. His neck doesn't get stuck anymore.
by Vee
I used to be a side sleeper too, but after three pregrancies and being forced to sleep on my side, I have become a back sleeper.
Preferably on my back, yet to cosy up on the right hand side is great too.
Rigth side
Never really felt comfortable on my back. always preferred sides and front.
by kimp
Me too. I've also noticed that I have strange dreams when I sleep on my back.
by Vee
Gee, I haven't heard that one before! Kinda spooky
by kimp
I know, right.
by Vee
There is something in the bible about being on your back to dream. It's a foggy memory . . . maybe David (?) "lay himself down to dream". It seems fairly universal that being on your back is the best way to have a lucid dream.
by Rice
I had no idea, Rice.
by Vee
right side but sometimes (well often) feel as though I got to sleep on my back and wake up in the exact same position. I also like sleeping on my stomach with no pillow.
I sleep on my sides mostly and sometimes my back. Sleeping on my stomach hurts my neck.
Beautiful pussy cat looks VERY comfy!

I'm a tummy sleeper.
Can't get to sleep on my back, although if very tired watching TV, can 'snooze' quite happily!
Alone.
by Rice
All of the above... I am lucky and can sleep pretty much on my side/back or tummy!
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