There’s more to your sleeping position than it looks. In fact, many scientists have proven that one’s sleeping position can be linked to one’s personality and health, and you will find yourse;f surprised as to what your body is saying even when you are asleep. If you think about it, you sleep for around 6-8 hours in a day, and certain positions may cause strain to certain parts of your body, depending on your position. Ultimately, it’s all about comfort. Find out the perfect mattress fit for your sleeping position.
This sleeping position is the most common for most people. However, this position puts a lot of strain on your back and may cause long-term back problems. This may also cause skin sagging as gravity pulls stronger on the upper side of the body when you are tilted to the side. Other than the physical restraints, and especially if you are a left side sleeper, it may also cause strains in your internal organs, specifically to the liver, stomach, and lungs.
Since this position is curvier than most, pressure relief is vitally important. You need a mattress that will allow the heavier areas of your body to sink lower so as to release pressure to other parts of your body. Opt for thicker and softer mattresses, such as the Comfort Living Memory Foam Mattress, that allows for an easier tossing and turning, and so as to avoid soreness the following morning. You may also want to add a foam topper for that extra comfort.
Sleeping on your back with your arms at your side or over your head has got to be the most comfortable and overall, the best sleeping position. However, one con is that it is heavily related to snoring and sleep apnea, hence other people find it uncomfortable.
Since the back is the most important body part that needs support, you may opt for a mattress that is less thick and soft. Spring mattresses will give you the right amount of support and comfort which makes it perfect for back sleepers.
This particular sleeping position is not recommended by many doctors as it has a long list of disadvantages. It is also not advisable for pregnant women and women with large breasts. However, if there is one pro about sleeping on your stomach, it’s that it helps stop snoring. SOme stomach sleepers woAnd if this is the position that is comfortable for you, then finding the right mattress may help ease any discomfort. A firm but with a thin comfort layer is advisable so as to avoid creating an unnatural curve in the back. Some stomach sleepers would also opt to have a pillow to curl their arms in and lie their head on, so look for a pillow that is soft but provides support for the neck and back. The Comfort Living Body Pillow might be perfect for you.
Ultimately, your sleeping should play a leading role when it comes to choosing your mattress. Every sleeping position demands support in certain areas so as to avoid getting sore in the morning. And if you’re buying a new mattress, might as well invest in one that will give you the best support and comfort and will last you a lifetime.
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