What's your best sleeping position?

What's your best sleeping position?
When it comes to sleeping, there are certain positions which if I don't sleep in, I wouldn't sleep well nor enjoy my sleep.

I happen to feel more comfortable laying on my belly and hugging the pillow. When I want to sleep fast, this is my obvious sleeping position. If I get myself to sleep in another position, my sleep wouldn't be long and I will wake up.

What's your favorite sleeping position?


I am more comfortable in a normal sleeping position where my back is laid in bed. Sometimes I do side ways to be more comfortable if I can't sleep well. Nonetheless, I don't have any sleeping problems. I can get my sleep easily especially when I am tired regardless of my position.
Posted by burgosmichael2407 on 12-18-2018
Youre lucky that you can sleep with lying your back on the bed. If it we're me, it would really take me too long to sleep. I needed to go sideways.
Posted by theresajane on 12-18-2018
Is there normal dleeping positions? I thought any sleeping position is just right for whoever is using it. After all what we need is sleep and once we get it we are ok.
Posted by stbrians on 12-18-2018
I sleep on a bed with no cushion. That's why I'm not comfortable with lying on my back. I sleep with either side or stomach position. I think I'm more comfortable with either of them.
Posted by theresajane on 12-18-2018
Same here I like the back or side position when I want to have a comfortable night rest at least with a soft pillow to laid my head and I'm good to go with that.
Posted by Frank on 12-18-2018
Lying on the back can be a challenge. My sleeping position is sideways too. If I need to go to sleep fast and sleep heavily I go for sleeping on my stomach.
Posted by stbrians on 12-18-2018
I usually have several small pillows to keep a straight line from elbows to shoulders and to buffer my shoulder so it doesn't sublux. The regular pillows have one tossed to the floor (or used under my knee), with one folded in half with the fold under the base of my neck.
Posted by Caguioa747 on 12-18-2018
Side is most comfortable for me. Back and stomach make me feel like I’m suffocating! Fetal looks far too squishy and bunched up for my liking!
Posted by amelia88 on 12-18-2018
I try to make the position in the side and the back stomach type. I think such variation definitely helps out in the sleeping position for many. I can tell you that there is not such thing as best sleeping position. It all depends on how you choose to have the sleep. And how you find it a comfortable option.
Posted by overcast on 12-18-2018
I have different sleeping posture when I'm not sleeping deep. I always like to experiment with different sleeping pattern but when I need a good night rest I go with sleeping sideward or on my back.
Posted by Frank on 12-18-2018
I have pain in my low back and sides that sometimes escalates up my spine, so I have to shift my position constantly so I don't ache too much. I've found out that if I sleep on my side I feel less pain. Lying on my back is fine but I feel some pressure and it hurts if I try to stretch :(
Posted by Anonymous on 12-18-2018
Back is the best position for me.I feel much more relaxed and all my muscles and body tends to be in the perfect state of rest and peace. It is also the recommended position for sleep as it relaxes all the muscles perfectly.
Posted by kaushikangara on 12-18-2018
I'm most comfortable sleeping on my side! It's even better if I'm facing a wall. The next one would probably be the back position. I've never tried sleeping on my stomach, while the fetal position's just not comfortable for me.
Posted by astraherondale on 12-18-2018
Being a female, lying on the front is actually quite painful, However, if you do it right, it is so comfortable. I can't stay too long like so I end up lying down on the side, sometimes using my arm as a pillow. The pillows itself are usually pushed aside for me, I am not into them. Being in this position, I can gather a bit of warmth and comfort.
Posted by Yumyan on 12-18-2018
Hahaha, I never knew there is a lot of sleeping position this is a fun discussion. I can sleep in an of that sleeping position but I prefer sleeping my back because that is the most comfortable position when I sleep. Sometimes I also sleep on my side and on my back as long as it is quiet and cold I can sleep like a baby.
Posted by antonToledo on 12-18-2018
I am only comfortable sleeping on my back. I do not why but I can not breathe well when I sleep in some position. I do not know why is this the case. Does any of you have some idea why I have those problems? But I remember the time when I was a kid. I used to hug my pillow and sleep on my stomach. And I felt so comfortable back then. I can not sleep like that now and I am very sad because of it :((
Posted by NikSuks on 12-18-2018
I should say side and stomach. I can't sleep lying on my back. And when I do sleep on my back, most of time I am having nightmares so as much as possible, I avoid it. I don't know if bad dreams have something to do with sleeping position but that's my experience.
Posted by jessie271 on 12-18-2018
Well, I guess my most common sleeping position is on the side, doesn't matter if it's on right or left side. But I am changing the positions until I lay on the side and fall asleep. Lying on the back is comfortable for me, but it is hard for me to fall asleep. I rarely lye on the stomach, I just don't like it. And fetal position, I don't even want to give it a try... It looks so uncomfortable to me. Almost always I end up sleeping on the side. Most comfortable to me!
Posted by dzonyfox2 on 12-18-2018
Sleep on my back. The position places the spine in a neutral position, so it is good for my back pains. It also keeps your head elevated on a pillow, where gravity can keep stomach acid out of the esophagus and reduce heartburn.
Posted by mcnasci24 on 12-18-2018
Sleeping on my right side. It is the most comfortable position for me who has scoliosis. If I try to sleep o. My back or my left side I will wake up with a very bad back pain. I dont have any idea if it is good for my condition. But for me what is more important is to have an adequate sleeping hours.
Posted by Carrascoshiela on 12-20-2018