Another trick that could help when sleeping on your side is placing yourself into a fetal position.
“This position helps open the space between your spinal vertebrae, lessens tension on your discs and prevents the spine from curving backwards,” the expert added.
Sleeping on your stomach
Margo said: “You may’ve heard that sleeping on your stomach is bad for your back but if you like lying in this position, place a pillow under your pelvis and lower abdomen to take the pressure off your back.
“Use a pillow under your neck or not, as you feel comfortable, but never place a pillow under your shoulders.”