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How To Sleep Better: The Pros and Cons of Sleeping Positions

How To Sleep Better: The Pros and Cons of Sleeping Positions
How you sleep can position you for a more genuinely restful night. How you sleep can be just as important as how much you sleep. A good night’s sleep isn’t just about going to bed on time, the position in which you sleep may affect your sleep. Check out the four main sleeping positions below and how they can affect your sleep patterns.

Supine Position
The pro: for those that lay flat on their back, in the supine position, will keep their neck and spine aligned in a straight, neutral position all night long, because the mattress supports the natural curve of your spine. The con: this position can make sleep apnea worse and more difficult to sleep for people who have it!

Side Sleeping
This position is one of the more popular positions, and it counts as two positions as you can sleep on your left side or right side. The pros: side sleeping can reduce snoring, as well as sleep apnea and heartburn. Left side sleeping even promotes better circulation for pregnant women. The cons: this position can put pressure on your shoulder or arm supporting the body, causing tingling or pins and needles.

Prone Position
For those that love to sleep on their stomach, the prone position also has pros and cons. The pros: this position can reduce snoring and sleep apnea, too. The cons: sleeping in prone position can also cause back and neck pain for some as your spine and neck aren’t aligned due to the pillow.

If you notice that you, all of a sudden, have changes in your sleep. It might be time for a new pillow or mattress pad to support your favorite sleeping position. Check out NuSleep’s technology bedding to help you get a more amazing night’s sleep no matter what position you love.

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  • Romell Bhaala