8948Re: Your advice- sleeping on back?
- May 3, 2005You should be able to get on your side pretty well, huh? I'm a side
and belly sleeper. I can get my body rotated 45-60 degrees to the
side, and then get my head totally sideways or even down a little. I
use a pillow. It helps me get my head at the right angle and gets my
face out of the fabric.
If you are a belly only sleeper, then maybe a hammock isn't worth it.
I'm usually on my side, and on the ground I end up with lots of
shoulder and hip pain. If I could do 100% back or belly sleeping I
might go back to sleeping on the ground. Shh, don't tell the group ;-)
Bill in Houston
--- In email@example.com, "athiker1994" <athiker94@g...>
> Hello all,
> Thanks for all the great information first of all. I am a belly
> sleeper and have been trying to get used to hammock sleeping in the
> backyard. I built a prototype speer hammock and am trying it out. I am
> staying warm with a foam pad and a down bag but it's really hard
> getting used to sleeping on my back and semi-side. Is this something
> that becomes better with time or should I relegate myself to the cold
> ground again. :)
> Thank you,
> "Earplug" AT94
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