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Best Positions To Sleep According To Science

Four sleeping positions that will have a good impact on your health

We all have that one favorite sleeping position! The one that makes us feel so comfortable that we think everything will be just fine. However, it can cause many health issues.

Viral Strange has listed 4 sleeping positions, showing which one is the most beneficial for your health and which one is not.

1. Sleeping on your back

Sleeping on your back might not be the best position. If you’re suffering from neck, and low back pain or you keep snoring, sleeping on your back can aggravate the condition. Also, it is not recommended for pregnant women because it affects the blood flow.
However, if you suffer from neck pain, sleeping on your back will help to ease the aches.

2. Sleeping on your left side

Sleeping on your left side can be very beneficial to your health. It helps in back pain relief. Also, sleeping on your left side will help with digestion, bowels, and constipation relief.

3. Sleeping on your right side

The heart pumping out of your chest sensation can be related to your sleeping habits. Sleeping on your right side will be beneficial to heart-related issues.

4. Sleeping on your stomach

Sleeping on your stomach can reduce snoring. However, sleeping on your stomach can be bad for neck, back, and shoulder pain. It also can make your skin age faster.

Which is your favorite sleeping position? Tell us in the comments!

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  1. Sleeping with your arms curled under your face and elbows bent all night can compress the ulnar nerves in the elbows, resulting in painful neuropathy, numbness and tingling and eventually the loss of feeling except constant pain in the hands.