How to Sleep With Piercings eHow

Sleeping with a fresh body piercing can be uncomfortable or even painful, depending on the location of the piercing and the position in which you normally sleep. Earlobe and cartilage piercings may be particularly problematic, especially if you have both ears pierced at the same time. Small jewelry ...…

Getting A Cartilage Piercing? Know This First!

Dec 11, 2017 · It’s normal for your ears to hurt after getting a cartilage piercing and also prepare for the pain for two more weeks or even a month. Make sure you do not sleep on the side you’ve got the piercing. You can go for pain killers such as Tylenol or Asprin, which will temporarily reduce the pain of the tenderness of your new piercing.Author: Lopa Mohanty…

Sleeping with a New Ear Piercing: Dealing with the Pain

Try not to sleep on the same side of the piercing. While it may seem like common sense, sleeping on the same side of the new ear piercing can be the most common way to feel pain at night. It can be hard to train yourself to avoid the side with the new piercing, but try to prop pillows to keep you on the same side for the whole night.…