Being inevitable part of our life, sleeping enables our body to restore and revitalize the lost energy during the day. Approximately, a person sleeps 7-9 hours a night, meaning that in our lives we spend up to 25 years in sleeping.
However, in spite of the duration of our sleep, it is also important in which position we sleep, as it can determine our overall health.
The position in which we sleep affects numerous aspects of the body: blood pressure, sinuses and much more, today we will tell you how to resolve your sleeping issues.
You should sleep on your back if you suffer from back pain, with a pillow under the knees and a rolled-up towel under the curve of the back.
Place a small rolled-up towel under your neck to treat its pain.
Sleep on the left side to help digestion, which will allow the gravity to act and improve the process.
High Blood Pressure
Researchers at the Ehime University School of Medicine have found that sleeping positions can affect blood pressure. It has been discovered that to lower blood pressure, you should sleep down on your face.
You should sleep on your left side to treat heartburn.
Harvard Medical School advices that you should sleep with the head elevated in order to prevent the mucus from pooling in your sinuses.
With the legs bent a bit, or with one pillow between the knees and another to the chest, sleep on the pain-free side.
To stop the pain in the spine put a pillow under your knees.
Headaches, often are a result of a twisted neck during sleeping. Surround the head with pillows to prevent this.
Choose to sleep in the position that will provide relief and you will wake up fresh and healthy in the morning!