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Dangerous Sleeping Positions You Should Avoid

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View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Many of us just hop in bed and figure out where we feel relaxed and sleep. We're never worried about the places or the way we sleep. What you don't realize is that sleeping positions really have an effect on your wellbeing. Most discomfort and muscle cramps are the product of your sleep. You will potentially have good health by adjusting your sleeping habits. Here are a few of sleeping positions that you never knew could hurt you.

1) Arms below the head position

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. It is a really comfortable and wonderful position. It does however, place tension on your nerves. Sooner or later, this can induce some tingly feeling and pins and needles on your arms. You can often wake up with a dead fish arm.

2) Sleeping facing up

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. This is really a bad situation, particularly for those suffering from sleep apnea. This position is considered to help alleviate pain in the hip and shoulder. However, anyone who snore or have sleep apnea should avoid sleep at any risk. When you sleep in this place, gravity will restrict your breathing. This is because your throat is becoming more comfortable. You're going to snore harder and louder and it's not a good place for those with apnea.

3) Sleeping with stomach down

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. That's also one position that specialists are asking us to desist from. It's one of the poorest sleeping styles. It can trigger stiffness in the backside because the neck remains turned all night. It's terrible for the nerves, too, because it can trigger numbness in your hands.

4) Lateral sleeping

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. This bedtime posture is bad for you, particularly if you have problems with your hips or shoulder. It's correct that sleeping on your side will minimize snoring. That being said, it is also characterized by pain in the hip or leg. If you want to sleep in this place, you need to move from time to time. This will prevent tension from being imposed on one hand. You need to change this place every 3 to 4 hours.

5) Twisted legs

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Literally, it's terrible for your spine and pelvis to sleep by flipping one leg to the left. If you do this for a prolonged period of time, the lumbar spine and pelvis end up spinning. If this keeps happening, you will actually experience back pain.

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