Sleeping on your stomach is the least common sleep position—around 7% of people do so. To some extent, that’s understandable. Stomach sleeping isn’t great for the spine and neck as it’s difficult to remain in a neutral position. This is because most of your weight is in the middle of your body. Additionally, sleeping on… Read More

Only a small percentage of people prefer sleeping on their backs—about 10 percent—despite the tendency to lie flat on our backs while reading or watching TV. Like all sleeping positions, back sleeping has its pros and cons. The main benefit is that the spine, neck, and pelvis remain naturally aligned during our sleep. The potential… Read More

The innerspring mattress has been around for years and is still one of the most popular types of beds out there. There are several reasons for the enduring popularity, but overall, their affordability and ability to please different types of sleepers have been crucial to their success. Newer mattress designs, like modern hybrids, can offer… Read More