And not getting a full snooze - seven to nine hours a night - makes for less-than-pleasant breakfast chatter. Originally posted on his personal blog, Stevens' nuanced and thought-proving response is both emotional and insightful, and will leave you reaching for the tissues. According to chiropractor Scott Bautch, an ergonomics expert and past president of the American Chiropractic Association's Council on Occupational Health, "The goal is for your spine to be neutral.
His research found that we didnt always sleep in one eight hour chunk. I'm on my back.