Few things are more beneficial for the body than a good night of sleep. But many of us struggle with restless nights and chronic pain due to the way that we position our head and body. Dr. Gary Levinson, a board-certified internal medicine doctor with Sharp Rees-Stealy and sleep expert at Sharp Memorial Hospital, breaks down the most common sleeping positions and explains the optimal way to sleep — so you can get the rest you need.
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