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How should you sleep if you have frozen shoulder?
Feb. 20, 2023

If you have a frozen shoulder, sleeping can be difficult and uncomfortable. Here are some tips on how to sleep if you have a frozen shoulder:

  1. Sleep on your back: Sleeping on your back can help alleviate pressure on the shoulder joint.

  2. Use a pillow: Placing a pillow under your arm can help support the shoulder and reduce discomfort.

  3. Avoid sleeping on the affected side: Sleeping on the side with the frozen shoulder can aggravate the condition and cause more pain.

  4. Use a supportive mattress: A firm mattress can help provide support and prevent the shoulder from sinking in, which can exacerbate the pain.

  5. Consider using a body pillow: A body pillow can help support your entire body and prevent you from rolling onto your side.

It's important to find a comfortable sleeping position that works for you and your specific condition. If you continue to have difficulty sleeping or experience severe pain, it's recommended that you consult with a healthcare professional for further evaluation and treatment options.