Sleeping on your stomach can often make you feel pain in your lower back in the morning if you get a herniated disc in the limbic part of the spine.
How to make it work again?

The catch is to

  • 1) sleep without a pillow and
  • 2) sleep with feet hanging over the edge of the bed.

In this way, your spine will be flat with the bed, and your limbic part won’t be in the U shape, which can aggravate the injured discs and cause discomfort and pain.

Regarding the illustration, the hand should be adjacent to the body and flat with the bed too, not under the head.

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