This book will improve your chances of a good night's sleep We are spending about a third of our lives sleeping. Yet many people fail to pay enough attention to the importance of a good sleeping environment. A good night's sleep and sleeping position may prevent many problems. Around 8 out of 10 people suffer from severe back pain at least once in their lifetime. Nearly 10 percent of them also develop chronic back pain. A poor night's sleep or a substandard bed is often the greatest contributing factor to this problem. Sleep without back pain helps you to reduce the risk of back pain to a minimum and provides answers to key questions such as: - What are they key factors to consider when buying a bed? - What is the best sleeping position? - How can you tell whether your mattress needs to be replaced? - Which sleep system is best suited to your sleeping profile? - How do you ensure that you and your partner don't feel either too hot or too cold? After reading this book, you will know as much (or even more) about your back and sleep hygiene as your physical therapist or your general practitioner does.