The Healthiest Sleeping Position Everyone Should Know

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We all have a different sleeping pattern as well as sleeping position, at times you will wake up the next day feeling some form of pain in your back, pain in your neck and wrinkle all over your face making you look as if you’re aging. Sleeping position determines how all these effects take place in your body and they can be avoided provided you adopt a healthy sleeping position that will make you enjoy your body. So, stop bad sleeping pattern

Back position, side position, fetal position, and stomach position are all kind of sleeping position we all adopt but there is something wrong with some of the positions and the aftermath is not too good for our body. While the back position is to consider the best sleeping position everyone should all adopt, it has its own demerit in that it is a bad position in term of snoring.

 

Below are all the sleeping position and conditions that are attached to them.

The Best Is The Back Position:

Sleeping on your back makes it easy for your head, neck, and spine to maintain a neutral position; this is because you’re not forcing any extra curves into your back. Back sleeping position is also ideal for fighting acid reflux. Back-sleeping also helps prevent wrinkles, because nothing is pushing against your face and more importantly the weight of your breasts is fully supported, this help reducing sagginess. The negative side of the back sleeping position is just that it encourages snoring.

Sleeping Back Position

 

Second Best Is The Side Position.

Side sleeping position is great for overall health, it discourages snoring and keeps your spine elongated and if you’re pregnant, side sleeping positions is just the best for you, make sure you sleep on the left as this help the blood to flow properly. The negative side of side sleeping position; Sleeping on your side can cause you to get wrinkles as a result of the smashing of one side of your face into the pillow. Side sleeping position also contributes to breast sag, since your breast is dangling downward, stretching the ligaments.

Sleeping Side Position

Sleeping Side Position

Not Encouraging Position is The Fetal Sleeping Position:

it is good during pregnancy and snoring is reduced. When sleeping in a tight fetal pose and make a curve, this curved position restricts diaphragmatic breathing. When you snooze with your knees pulled up high and chin tucked into your chest, you may feel it in the morning back and joint pain, especially if you have an arthritic. And if you make this your nightly pose, you may bring on premature facial wrinkles as well as breast sag.

Worst Sleeping Position is The Stomach Sleeping Pattern:

If you snore, stomach sleeping position is ideal for you and that is the only good thing about this position, every other thing is bad. Facedown keeps your upper airways more open. So if you snore and aren’t suffering from neck or back pain, it’s fine to try sleeping on your belly. Stomach sleeping makes it difficult to maintain a neutral position with your spine, the pose puts pressure on joints and muscles, which can irritate nerves and lead to pain, numbness, and tingling.

According to Dr. Mercola of www.mercola.com, he said “Getting a sound night’s sleep is an incredibly important part of optimizing your health and well-being, and one facet of restful sleep is the position in which you sleep. Most people naturally favor one sleep position over another, and it’s perfectly natural to listen to your body in this respect.

Whether you prefer sleeping on your back, side, stomach or somewhere in between, as long as that position equates to a good night’s sleep for you and allows you to wake up feeling refreshed and pain-free, go ahead with it. If, on the other hand, you’re waking up with back and neck pain, or struggling with snoring or acid reflux, adjusting your sleep position may help”.

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