I recently read an article over at YorktownPatch about a seminar for insomnia sufferers held by chiropractor Dr Chris Warden.
It contains some interesting information, but what really caught my eye was the mention that your sleeping position could be affecting the quality of your sleep.
Apparently, if you sleep on your stomach you're putting a lot of strain on your neck and you're preventing the full extension of your ribcage, resulting in a deficiency of oxygen.
Instead, you should be sleeping on your side.
Of course, it's unlikely that something as simple as your sleeping position holds the key to curing your insomnia, but it could increase the quality of the small amount of sleep that you do get.
Last updated: July 8, 2013