Everyone sleeps differently
Considering we are different and unique, it comes as no surprise that each of us also has a different preference when it comes to a good night’s rest. Not only is there a wide variety of bed types available, but there are also various individual sleeping positions. Some prefer to sleep on their backs, some sleep on their stomachs, while others sleep on their sides with their legs bent. What many people don’t know is that sleeping positions say a lot about your health and our body does not prefer a certain position without some very good reasons!
Humans spend around a third of their lives asleep, which is why it’s key how we spend this important time of regeneration!
Just like a battery, sleep is recharging us and gives us fresh energy. Our bodies also get rid of waste during our sleep, while certain toxins are removed. Sleep also has very important psychological benefits as lack of sleep hurts our brain’s ability to concentrate and process information. Sleeping also helps us fight illnesses and resets our emotions. Even though we rarely think about all the benefits sleeping has, its importance can not be doubted. Optimizing our sleeping positions can help us maximize the beneficial aspects of a good night’s rest, as well as help us avoid physical discomfort.
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