It’s always nice when you get a good night’s rest. Waking up energized and ready for the day ahead is a good feeling, but have you ever woken up feeling not-so-good? Did you ever think that that could be related to the way you slept the night before? And we don’t mean how long you were or weren’t dreaming. We’re talking about sleeping positions.
What are some of the best sleeping positions for you?
Sleeping positions affect the way my body feels? Yup. Aside from those nights you might slide a little too far down your pillow and wake up with a crook in your neck, there are other things that sleeping wrong can do to your body.
So here is the low-down on what your body is doing when you sleep. Everyone from belly-sleepers to back-sleepers.
Sleeping position: On your belly
According to WebMD specialists, if this is your favorite sleeping position, you may be more likely to toss and turn all night long. Aside from that did you ever think how it may affect your skin?
Not saying its huge, but your head has weight, sleeping in this position is the equivalent to put a seven-pound weight on your face. That weight on your face for those several hours not only prevents your skin from breathing but can also tug on your facial skin which ultimately can contribute to sagging skin and wrinkles. *gasp*
Sleeping on your belly is overall the worst position you could choose for your health.