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Back Sleeper
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Back sleeping is not a good thing for obstructive sleep apnea but back pain wins that debate. When sleeping on your back, gravity helps a lot with the blocking of the airway. This is why sitting up slightly, even just raising the head of the bed, would be a help.
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