4 Elements of Good Sleep
There’s No Sleep Like Good Sleep
We spend much of our time sleeping. However like productivity what if people could get more out of the sleep they engage in? Many people suffer from sore joints, bad tossing and turning, and low quality sleep. Here are some ways to get a better sleep that’s better for you and your appearance.
1. Sleeping On Your Back
Sleeping on your back is one of the least common ways to sleep. People don’t like to do it because they find it harder to do and it takes more practice for most people. The benefit of it is that it is the best way to sleep. You support your joints and knees better. It’s better for the natural contour of the knees and spine. On top of that it’s good for your skin because you’re not smothering your skin on the pillow and spreading dirt on your face. On top of that you’re not getting wrinkles at the same rate because you’re not putting the pressure on your face.
The main downside is that it’s more difficult to do for people and that people who snore or have sleep apnea will make their condition worse. This takes some practice. I was able to do it in a day or two as I had to do it when my joints were hurting to avoid putting the pressure on them. Just get to practice and work on developing the best low snore sleep possible.
2. Sleeping On The Side.
The side sleep is the most common form of sleep. People sleep on their left and right side and sometimes in the fetal position. Many find this side naturally comfortable, especially when they’re cold and it feels natural to them.
This sleep however isn’t as good as sleeping on the back. You put more stress on your neck and joints which means you’re more likely to wake up sore, especially in your neck. You also put more wear on your face and gives you wrinkles quicker. Women who are pregnant do get some benefits from it and sleeping on your left is proven better for y our organs than sleeping on your right side.
3. Sleeping On Your Stomach.
This way of sleeping isn’t done by most people but I’m sure you’ve seen some people face plant into the pillow. This way of sleeping helps those who snore a lot. Unfortunately it provides little else in benefits.
You put a lot of stress on your face and make it so you get wrinkles more quickly. You also put a lot of pressure on your joints and your neck. You’re very likely to get a crick in your neck as well. Stay away from sleeping like this.
4. Get A Buckwheat Pillow.
I’d recommend you get a nice and breathable pillow. Get something that works with your joints and supports your body. Get a buckwheat pillow for this. It’s a great pillow. Rest is very important so you might as well do it with as much style and comfort as possible.
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