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How you sleep can cause neck and back pain

Neck pain may have many causes: Stress, poor posture, texting, injuries from sports, car or other accidents and chronic illnesses such as fibromyalgia, to name a few. But there's another culprit you may not be considering — how you sleep.

Don't sleep on your stomach if you want to avoid neck pain, experts say. (source: Adobe Stock via CNN)

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Ian McPeek competes at the Olympic Oval Fall Classic at the University of Calgary, September 2022. Photo courtesy of LuvCan Photography.