Following a sleep study, I've been diagnosed with mild, positional obstructive sleep apnea.
One of the clinic's recommendations is:
The patient should avoid sleeping supine given non-supine AHI is in the normal range.
In other words, I'm fine if I can manage to sleep on my side and avoid the tendency to sleep on my back. But it's hard to control my unconscious body movements while I'm sleeping.
What are some good techniques to encourage side-sleeping? (One solution would be to sleep sitting up, but I consider that to be a non-viable solution, since it impacts sleep quality in other ways.)