Did you know there’s a link between sleep positions and health?
Left or Right Side 63%:
The most popular position amongst CPAP users. Research suggests sleeping on the left side can relieve heartburn symptoms due to the design of our digestive tract. While right-side sleeping can make it worse. (1)
Resting on your stomach is known to be the least recommended sleeping position. It flattens the natural curve of the spine, which can lead to lower back pain. Learn more in our FAQ section.
When we sleep on our backs, gravity takes place and forces the base of the tongue to collapse into the airway, which is not recommended for those treating Sleep Apnea. (2)
Masks for Active Sleepers
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A Few Pointers
Shop CPAP Pillows: Suggest using a CPAP pillow with your therapy. The contours of the pillow are beneficial for aligning your neck and back.
Shop the Hose Lift System: Add this option for travel or while at home to suspend your hose and keep it from tangling up in your sleep.
Shop Filters: Keep your filters clean which will in turn help maintain your CPAP’s functionality and lessen the noise level. This equals more sleep!
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(1) "Tips for Sleep Without Heartburn" - WebMD Health News (source).
(2) "The Best (and Worst) Positions for Sleeping" - The Greatist (source).
(3) "The Link Between Sleep Position and Sleep Quality" - WebMD Health News (source).