Polar Bear wrote:On my tummy with legs bent at the knee and feet in the air.
If you shuffle down the sofa until your knees touch the arm rest, the arm rest helps to prop up the knees.
Not great for sleeping, but helps when lying on the sofa to watch tv.
ViewsAskew wrote:I can't believe I fall asleep this way...
Lay on back.
Move calf into hurdle stretch position (ankle by knee, putting severe stretch on the quads).
It hurts a heck of a lot when I awaken. But, it's the only consistent position that works.
If mild, I can also hug the knee to my chest and fall asleep.
fraujoolie wrote:So on my left side, I wrap my right leg over my left, and tuck my left foot under my right knee, pressing my toes into a point. I usually wedge a small pillow under my right knee. Then I twist my left leg (outstretched) around, so although my knee is on its side, the top of my foot is mushed into the bed. Ridiculous.
Laurachrissy wrote:Inversion table therapy helps but only when I am fully inverted.
Laurachrissy wrote:You don't hear or feel a pop, snap, or have a pulling sensation?
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