Sleeping on your pitching arm?

I usually sleep on my stomach with my head turned to one side and my opposite arm under the pillow supporting my head. Is this bad for my throwing arm to have say 10 pounds of pressure on the bicep for 7 or 8 hours at a time?
I have never really heard anyone talk about this but it may be an issue if you sleep on your arm.

It is funny you mention this because I was thinking about this exact same thing a few nights ago as I was trying to fall asleep.

I would think if you have an injury to your shoulder or arm, it would be a bad idea to sleep on it. Normally, I think you would be ok though.

As a general rule, I try to avoid sleeping on my throwing arm the night before I pitch…better safe than sorry.

SAMe THING WITH YOUR NECK!!! lol. i slept on it weird… went to go practice a bit. It was like throwing with no neck at all.i would be looking at third base confused lol.

Sleeping should always be comfortable, buy whatever you need to make that possible.