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Lying Flat

Does Lying Flat At Night Make You Worse?  

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Does anyone else find lying flat at night makes them so much worse. I have always enjoyed one thin pillow, but it makes me wake up in the night sweating, and if I don't get another pillow to lift my head by the morning I can be dripping in sweat and sometimes it gives me muffled ears. I know the symptoms are so much worse when upright, but they are not necessarily ameliorated by lying down either at least not flat. Has anyone been given advice on this issue by the medics and a reason why lying flat isn't a good idea overnight?

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  For most of us we feel much better lying down - but there are exceptions.  Some peoples' blood pressure drops too low, for example. Maybe measure your HR and BP when these episodes happen.

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