Sunday, February 5, 2012
Re-learning How to Sleep
I have been a tummy sleeper for as long as I can remember. I LOVE it! I know it is bad for your back and is a sign of insecurity, but I love it and a rested me is a better me. However after each surgery, ever in my life, I am unable to sleep on my tummy for an extended period of time. As if romping kittens and two toddlers doesn't mess up your rest enough, now I am tossing and turning trying to get comfortable. I am "cleared" to stomach sleep, but it feels like I am sleeping with two rocks under my chest. And I have an incredible fear of messing something up or worse, popping an implant. So for now, I am trying to be a side sleeper. It's not going well.