Sleeping is absolutely essential for our overall health as it helps our body recharge and revitalize, recovering the lost energy during the day. In general, the average person should sleep 7-9 hours overnight – if you stick to this schedule, it turns out that we spend more than 25 years of our life into our beds.

 

 

 

Besides the duration of your sleep, the position you sleep in is important as well. The position has a positive or negative effect on our health, and can be used to deal with several diseases and conditions. Here’s how to resolve some health problems by changing your sleeping position:

 

Back pain

In cases of back pain, you should sleep on your back and put a rolled-up towel just under the curve of your spine. Additionally, you can also put a pillow between the knees for better support.

 

Digestive problems

To improve your digestion and treat different digestive problems, you should sleep on the left side of your body.

 

Neck pain

To relieve neck pain, put a folded-up towel under the neck and sleep on your back.

 

Heartburn

If you’re suffering from heartburn, sleep on the left side to boost your digestion.

 

Hypertension

According to a recent study, high blood pressure can be reduced by sleeping with your face down.

 

PMS

If you’re suffering from PMS cramps and pain, sleep with a pillow between your knees.

 

Shoulder pain

Depending on the painful shoulder, you should sleep on the opposite side. Furthermore, pillows close to your chest and between your knees should also help.

 

Sinus problems

To resolve sinus problems, you should elevate your head on a few pillows which will prevent mucus from leaking into the sinuses and causing problems.

 

Headaches and migraines

If you’re having a splitting headache or are suffering from migraines, you should surround your head with pillows and try not to move your neck overnight as studies have shown that twisted neck may be to blame for painful headaches.

 

 

 

Source :   healthy-life-box.com

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Sleeping is absolutely essential for our overall health as it helps our body recharge and revitalize, recovering the lost energy during the day. In general, the average person should sleep 7-9 hours overnight – if you stick to this schedule, it turns out that we spend more than 25...