Back-to-Back, Touching and Not Touching 

The Pros and Cons of The Back-to-Back, Touching and Not Touching Sleeping Positions

Section 1: The Back-to-Back Sleeping Position

Section 2: The Touching Sleeping Position

Section 3: The Not Touching Sleeping Position

Section 4: Summary and Advices

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The Pros and Cons of The Back-to-Back, Touching and Not Touching Sleeping Positions

Section 1: The Back-to-Back Sleeping Position

Have a partner lie down on their side with your back to them. You can intertwine your legs and pull them up to your hips. Lie on your side and hug one leg over the other to form a "T" with your hips. Pull your legs up to your chest and place your palms under your shoulders and chest. Pro Tip: You can also fold your arms under your chest or sides to tuck your pelvis in towards your partner. Pro Tip: Try moving your legs slightly to either side or bend your knees a little so you can switch sides and make it more comfortable for your partner. Back-to-Front Sleeping Position This is another great variation to the same back to back position. Have a partner lie down on their side and pull your legs up to their hips. You can intertwine your legs and pull them up to your hips.

Section 2: The Touching Sleeping Position

The Original GeePee (original meaning, gravity into the lower back). Once you get comfortable lying on your side you'll need to lie on your back because gravity will have taken you onto your back. Lie on your stomach with your knees slightly bent. Turn slightly onto your back and raise your feet to put the soles of your feet together. And if you do this correctly, you should feel your lower back arching as you roll over, eliminating lower back strain, it also works the back of your shoulders. The Back-to-Back Sleeping Position The Back-to-Back sleeping position is a modified version of the Back-to-Back, touching and not touching sleeping position. This positions puts pressure into the mid-back area.

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Section 3: The Not Touching Sleeping Position

Two people share the same bed but do not touch each other. There are four advantages to this position: Pros of the Not Touching Sleeping Position Lower respiratory infection Cons of the Not Touching Sleeping Position Cheeks and mouths can be exposed Although this sleeping position is similar to the Back-to-Back, Touching and Not Touching Sleeping Positions, there are some added benefits. The Back-to-Back, Touching and Not Touching Sleeping Positions The Back-to-Back, Touching and Not Touching Sleeping Positions. They are a good sleeping position for someone who enjoys touching and may be comfortable having their face in the air.

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Section 4: Summary and Advices

The bottom line is that every position for sleeping is unique. It's simply impossible to fit all of the sleeping positions into one blanket phrase. When your baby needs a breast to go to sleep or to calm him down, some people may want to use the "back to back," a nursing mom may want the "touching" or "not touching" position, and a tired mom may want a comfortable position. I think it's great that we have so many choices for how to approach and get a good night's sleep. Have you tried the "back to back," "touching" or "not touching" sleeping positions? What were your results? 

“Happiness is waking up, looking at the clock and finding that you still have two hours left to sleep.”

— Charles M. Schulz,

American Cartoonist

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