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Morning headaches are typical symptoms of sleep apnea, according to the Mayo Clinic. If you snore at night, you should see your doctor to rule out obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Because this condition is linked to heart disease and stroke. Sleeping on your back will increase your risk of snoring. Remember, anything that interferes with your sleep can cause headaches. In addition, headaches in the morning can also be caused by tension in your neck while sleeping. This happens when sleeping in the wrong position, using a pillow incorrectly. Pillows help you maintain your sleeping position, and support your neck and spine in place. So choose a pillow that will keep your head and neck in the same position as you stand. Pillows that are too soft may not hold the neck and spine properly, while stiff pillows can cause the neck to be slightly higher than normal position.