What is the best sleep position for your health? On average, we have lived for 25 years. There are many benefits to sleeping well – it not only rejuvenates the body, but also makes the brain work best. We all realize that time is very precious, so it is vital that sleep time is effective.
It turns out that what matters is not only the duration of sleep, but also where you are. Doctors claim that this is your favorite sleep posture and can cause your health problems. Here, we provide you with an in-depth analysis of the various sleeping positions to help you choose the right place to sleep.
Soldier position 1:06
Starfish position 2:14
Record position 3:16
Senior position 4:22
Fetal position 5:40
Free fall position 6:33
Upright position 7:14
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– Sleeping on both sides of the body with both hands is considered to be the best sleeping position. This pose is similar to the Savasana pose in yoga. This is the best place to rest the spine, neck and arms.
– The starfish position is a variant of the rear position. In this position, a person lay on his back, his arms raised his head and his feet apart. It reduces the possibility of headaches.
– When sleeping in the logarithmic position, place your arms straight down and on your side. It is recommended that you sleep on the left side as it is better for your vital organs. It is the ideal resting position for the spine because it is fully supported in its natural curve.
– When you sleep, your legs are slightly bent, your arms are stretched, and your head is off-center. It is recommended to lie on your left side, because as we said before, it is better for your vital organs.
– The position of the fetus includes the side lying, the knee being pulled toward the chest, and the chin leaning downward. This is the most popular sleep position among women – more than 41% of respondents said they prefer this position.
– Lying on your stomach while sleeping is not the best sleep position, and most experts recommend not doing this. It puts pressure on the spine and causes pain in the neck and lower neck.
– Upright position. Buddhist monks do this and swear! They even used a small box to help them complete this upright sleeping position. In our modern world, you can sleep with your head lifted with the help of a recliner or a large wedge pillow.
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