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Do not sleep on these side if you want to live long

All of us would benefit from a good night's sleep. We require it for the efficient functioning of our organs and the maintenance of our good health. Sleep deprivation negatively impacts both our physical and emotional health. 

Sleeping on your left or right side is usually inclined to the right. Please tell us how this will assist you. 


People like to sleep in places they've been before, because it helps them feel more at ease. Sleeping on the left or right side is preferred by some people, while others prefer to sleep on their backs. Even if you don't sleep on your back, there are several. It's imperative that you fulfill each of these duties if you want to stay healthy. 


If you suffer from asthma or sleep apnea, you should avoid sleeping on your back while you sleep. Right-sided snoozing, on the other hand, has the opposite effect and can actually make things worse. Both science and Ayurveda agree that sleeping on your left side is the most advantageous. The following are some of the advantages of sleeping on your left side: 


Back pain reduction is a primary benefit. Those with persistent back discomfort may find relief by lying on their left side while sleeping or relaxing. It can help alleviate back pain and make you feel more relaxed. 


You can help your heart by sleeping on your left side, which increases blood flow and relieves some of the stress. 


Women who are pregnant will be even more appreciative. Pregnant women are advised to sleep on their left side, which is the most comfortable. Using this treatment, pregnant women can benefit from lower back pressure and increased blood flow to their uterus, baby, and kidneys. 


It lowers both blood pressure and heart rate.. Stomach-relieving sleep on the left side is also recommended by gastroenterologists.

Source:


https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/ss/slideshow-sleep-positions&sa=U&ved=2ahUKEwiDoJXHwtz3AhWRd8AKHcfBCqMQFnoECAMQAg&usg=AOvVaw1_N_YVkMxo7s4S_YMBwx86

https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/ss/slideshow-sleep-positions

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