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Premium Duck Feather Pillow
Premium Duck Feather Pillow
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Premium Duck Feather Pillow
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Ultimate Goose Down Pillow
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Different Front Sleeping Positions

Within the subsect of side sleepers, there are even more types. All types are generally considered relatively healthy, as long as you're getting a full night of sleep.

Arms Up

The arms up position includes sleeping with your head to the side and hands wrapped around your pillow.

This is one of the safest ways to sleep on you belly, but only if you're using a thin pillow or no pillow at all so that your neck isn't as curved.

The Runner

This position involves sleeping with one arm at your side and the other up to you head while your leg is in a runner postion. Many people find this a comfortable posture, but unfortunately, it's for your back and neck.

The best way to impove it is to place a pillow under you forehead and keep you head face-down.

The Skydiver

The skydiver position involves sleeping with one leg up and your arms by your head. To impove it, you should place a pillow under your pelvis and try to keep your leg down. This isn't the best posture for your spine, but keeping your leg down will help it stay in a more neutral position.

Frequently Asked Questions

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