I'm new to this forum!
I am awaiting to do a sleep study in 2 weeks. I believe I have sleep apnea my whole life. I never feel refreshed sleeping and am told am a huge snorer.
I am turning 30 in June and am always wondering what my life would've been like had I had bountiful energy from restful sleep.
Anyway, I read that sleeping on your side can help with sleep apnea. I tried sleeping on my side last night and although felt like I was breathing easier, I still felt tired waking up. I didn't feel comfortable sleeping on my side which probably caused me restless sleep.
My question is, does it take time getting used to sleeping on your side?
I only tried it one time, but maybe I need to keep doing it until my body gets used to it since I am so used to sleeping on my back.
Thank you guys! Well wishes and sweet dreams!