Sometime when we wake up in the morning feel pain in our joints and back. Have you ever thought why you are feeling tired after sleeping whole night? This is because of your sleeping posture. Check below your sleeping posture and know the consequences.
Flat on your back: If you sleep on your back, you tend to snore more. On your back, it's all about gravity. The tongue falls back and obstructs your airway causing snoring. Being overweight, having large tonsils, the tongue and soft palate's size and position, as well as a deviated septum can all play a role. Raising the head of the bed may help, since it changes the tongue's gravity factor. Others stop snoring when they roll on their stomachs.
Right side: It has been found people sleeping on their right lead to heartburn. Lying on your right side relaxes the passageway between your stomach and esophagus. Eating within three hours of sleep can also cause symptoms, as can lying supine since gravity makes it more likely that stomach acid splashes back up the esophagus and causes irritation.
On your stomach: Do you sleep on your stomach? Alarming, you can develop the aging sign like wrinkles before your real age. Yes, squashing your face in your pillow contributes to wrinkles. If you just can't sleep without this posture, use a softer pillowcase. Drink more water comparatively to keep your skin hydrated to prevent wrinkles.
In case you develop back pain and neck pain regularly in the morning try to lie down on your side with a pillow between your legs or lie on your back with a pillow under your knees. For neck pain, you don't need to use soft pillow and replace them every year.