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Is There a Better Sleeping Posture?

The answer is that there is no perfect posture for better sleep. The reason is that each person better reconciles the dream in a way because we are different! Yes, there is a more suitable posture depending on the age of the sleeper. For newborns, for example, the best sleeping position is on the back or on the side.

In adults, it is better to face up as long as you don’t snore… In this post, I give you some tips and explanations about the different postures that can be adopted at bedtime.

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Is There a Better Sleeping Posture

Face up: it is the best sleeping position, the most natural and neutral for our skeleton.

Face down: when people sleep on their stomach they usually lie on their side and with their arm under the pillow. It is the least advisable of all postures. Compresses the stomach, the respiratory system, the heart, forces the cervicals, the shoulders…

On the side, lying on the left side: it is a posture in which we rest on the side of the heart. Do not worry about this fact, since our heart does not suffer if we lean on it, since, previously there are the ribs that can support three times our weight. It is the best posture to sleep during pregnancy:

And why on the left side? Fundamentally because we make it easier for the stomach to digest see their picks.

It is a good position to sleep, although the shoulder on which we lean will suffer, we will hinder the circulation of the arm that is oppressed, the skin of the face will be wrinkled… and what is more important: it is very difficult for the back to be aligned in this posture.

And of the two healthiest postures: face up and sideways on the left side, we must say that the MOUTH UP pose is the best. It is much more difficult for the back to be aligned when we sleep on our sides.


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Let’s see… what happens is that the different positions have different benefits and prejudices. But it is obligatory to say that the most appropriate thing for our rest is that our skeleton maintains at night the position most similar to the one it maintains during the day – which is its natural position – and this is, face-up, with the back aligned – which not straight -, with the head aligned and the arms at the sides of the torso.

In the photos above you can see how to achieve that the back is aligned the physiotherapists have to make use of additional pillows so that our skeleton is not affected by the posture. In the case of sleeping on your side, it is necessary to use a pillow between the knees so that the knees and hips do not suffer.

The shoulder and the hip, it is inevitable, will suffer; The mattress must be very adaptable to adapt properly to these pronounced curves of our body. The best mattresses in this regard: those with pocket springs.

Easier is that, in the face-up position, we get the lower back to be well collected by the padding. And that the back of the knees does not have support… it is the least of the ills!

Face up is the position in which only 8% of people rest, and it is the most advisable! But… this pose, can you train? In other words, if this is not my usual position, could it become so? Yes, there is a trick: place a high pillow under your knees, so that the most comfortable posture is to lie on your back.

Science and economics have solved those small improvements that a face-up rest needs… with articulated paks. They allow the legs to be raised a little above the heart, facilitating circulation.

They lift the knees pushing the lumbar area downwards, making it easier to rest on the mattress. And they can incorporate us a little during rest, facilitating digestion and helping those who suffer from heartburn.

Science has solved those small improvements that a backrest needs… with articulated paks. They allow the legs to be raised a little above the heart, facilitating circulation.

They raise the knees pushing the lumbar area downwards, making it easier to rest on the mattress. And they can incorporate us a little during rest, facilitating digestion and helping those who suffer from heartburn.

How we see a more recommended position is that of sleeping on your side, but it will also depend on whether the person suffers from a disability that forces him to adopt another position, or if he has weight problems.

As you can see there is no “posture to sleep better”, but each person adopts a posture according to their comfort and weight, age, appearance, ailments … Of course, we recommend that you sleep on a mattress with medium-high firmness so that you can move easily. In the slight unconscious awakenings that occur during sleep, the body seeks the most comfortable posture changes.

The moment we catch our posture is when we begin to sleep peacefully. Even so, there are people who move a lot in bed, especially when we try to find the perfect posture and with which we are comfortable.

If you move around a lot you may be interested in a mattress in which you do not sink, to facilitate your movements during the night, without having to wake up. Despite this, we usually all know what our posture is at bedtime.

Our body knows which posture to sleep better: the one in which we feel most comfortable. We will notice it because if it is not the correct posture, we will get up with contractures and pain the next morning. This will make us get up with the feeling of not having rested correctly.

The posture we adopt will make us rest better. Complete rest will benefit us in many aspects since it will improve our performance the next day, in addition to our health. A good rest helps us to have perfect skin, for both men and women.


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