We've all been there. You get home after a long day, sit down on the love seat, maybe turn on the TV. Before you know it you feel yourself getting a little drowsy. You might feel the urge to lay down for a cat nap.
Here's a pro tip from Zach: Don't do it!
I've conducted extensive research and documented my findings in the hopes of saving you from possible disaster.
|The diagonal extended approach offers protection from the light, but it is probable that you will fall off after one miscalculated move.|
|Whale in a Fishbowl: This one sounds good- as you have more room to stretch out, but only compounds the neck pain upon awakening.|
|The Avalanche: Sometimes fatigue get the best of us and we think something like this is a good idea. It's not.|
|The Armrest Body Pillow: Doesn't offer as much support as it promises.|
|The Rump-elstiltskin: Oxygen comes at a premium in this position.|
|The Jolly Green Giant: When the blessing of long legs becomes a curse.|
|The Hotdog: This one offers a fair bit of support to start, but is likely to suffer the dreaded "fall in the crack" curse as your restless movements push the cushions around.|
|The Plank: A great ab workout. Not so practical for sleeping.|
I hope this research helps you make a proper decision.
Remember: Walk the 20 feet to your deluxe, King-sized, 4 inch memory foam bed, with full body pillow and down comforter.
You'll thank me in the morning.