Often, you choose your sleeping position without considering how important it is. There are many common positions that people take while falling asleep including on their side, on their stomach, on their back or in the fetal position.
Some people stay relatively still throughout the night and others move from side to side. Everything is fine as long as you don’t wake up in pain.
However, your sleep may be better than just good. It can be great. Your body remains quite active during this period, storing memories, digesting food, recharging your battery and of course breathing and circulating blood. It turns out that the position you take when sleeping makes a big difference in how effective these processes are, and yes, there is a better position for sleeping.
Sleeping on your left side is the best position to sleep and we have 7 convincing reasons why. Not convinced? Stay with us while we tell you.