Position Yourself to Sleep Well

Your body position while sleeping can help relieve muscle and joint pain.

Pain often interferes with getting a good night’s sleep. When she sees patients with joint or back pain, Cleveland Clinic physical therapist Marleen Caldwell, PT, MS, Cred MDT, will ask, “How are you sleeping?” Not sleeping well can lead to a variety of problems, including weight gain and fatigue, which can make a musculoskeletal condition […]
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