Many people these days struggle with insomnia. Everything from technologies we use, such as iPhones or computers, to the food we eat – these can affect our sleeping habits. Caffeine can inhibit sleep and even interrupt our circadian rhythms. However, one of the often overlooked causes of a poor night’s sleep can be a bodily injury. Everything from headaches and toothaches to broken ankles can greatly affect your ability to sleep through the night. Dromma put together a guide to sleeping properly with different types of injuries.
These are the best sleep positions for different kinds of pain and/or injuries.