Sunday, February 26, 2017

ATTENTION: These are The Right Sleeping Positions That Can Solve Many Health Issues

We all know that almost a third of our lifetime is spent on sleeping. When you think about it, you realize how essential the sleeping process is for the entire health.

We all know that almost a third of our lifetime is spent on sleeping. When you think about it, you realize how essential the sleeping process is for the entire health.

Here’s how you can tell which position is bad for you:
  • Neck Pain – take a pillow and place both hands with it under your head. In case you sleep on the side, the pillow should be flat. When you sleep on your stomach, get a thin pillow. Try to switch up positions while sleeping so you avoid more pain.
  • Shoulder Pain – if you are experiencing shoulder pain, you should avoid sleeping on the left of right side. It is best to sleep on your back. Use an orthopedic pillow and use an extra pillow to hold with your hands. If sleeping on your back is a problem for you, sleep on your most comfortable side, but not if that’s the side that’s causing the pain. Draw your legs upwards and set a pillow between your knees. Try not to place the hand under your head.
  • Back Pain – it is usually comes as a result of the poor quality mattress. Since this is the most recommended position, it shouldn’t give you pain, but if it does, you should switch things up. Place a pillow under your knees to posture the spine in a better position and reduce tendons tension.
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  • You cannot fall asleep – you should get rid of all technology, such as phones and TV before sleeping. Steer clear of caffeine, alcohol, energy and soda drinks, black tea, and chocolate for 6 hours before going to sleep.
  • You cannot wake up in the morning – make sure to wake up at the same time every day, and don’t interrupt this cycle.
  • Snoring - don’t sleep on your stomach if you snore, since you can interrupt the normal breathing process. Use harder pillows, or sleep on two softer pillows. Snoring is actually relieved if you sleep on your side, because the breathing process is not interfered with anything.
  • Leg Pain – spasms and cramps can be caused during sleep and can affect the leg, feet, or thighs. To treat this issue, consult your doctor first. The best way to help yourself in this case is to stretch your legs and tighten the muscles.
  • Leg pain and Cramps and Heartburn – if you are suffering from heartburn, you should sleep on your left side. If you are suffering from leg cramps due to poor circulation, put a pillow under your legs so they come up higher. Massage your legs before going to bed and avoid caffeine-based drinks at least 6 hours before going to sleep.