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We all think of “good posture” while we’re sitting or standing, but a lot of us neglect to remember proper posture during the night—leading to little-to-no sleep, and a tired, achy body in the morning. In fact, a recent Women’s Health survey found that “nearly 80% [of women] have problems sleeping at least a few times a month, and 23% have issues every night”.

This article in Women’s Health has a few sleeping position suggestions—keeping in mind certain ailments we may be experiencing (click the link below to see what the article has to say about each ailment/sleeping position):

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To achieve a good night’s rest with back pain, it’s essential to keep your spine in a neutral position. Make sure to invest in a good pillow (like BackJoy’s SleepSound) that supports your neck and spine and place a firm pillow between your knees.

Also, be sure to let us know in the comments if any of these positions help you get a better night’s rest!