Most people are glad to get any sleep at all with everyone having busy lives and loads of distractions during the day. Once their tiresome working day is over, people want only one thing—to get under the sheets and get a good night's sleep. But what about the position that you’re in while sleeping? Most people don’t think much about it but look for a position that feels comfortable in the moment. However, you should know that some positions could actually allow you to sleep better at night.
Although many people love sleeping on their stomach, the position may be damaging to their health. Even though it can help prevent sleep apnea and reduce snoring, this position has a negative impact on your back and neck, which leads to poor sleep and the feeling of discomfort throughout the rest of the day. Plus, it can be uncomfortable for pregnant women to sleep in this position.