The Best Sleeping Positions for Improving Your Health
On Your Back
This is by far the best position for most people to sleep in. It allows your head, neck and spine to be kept in a more natural position, reducing any potential joint pains for muscle aches. It can also decrease acid reflux and helps maintain perkier breasts as their weight is fully supported. Wrinkles aren’t a worry with this position as your face is not squashed into your pillow all night, though as anyone who has ever slept next to a snorer will probably already know, this is definitely the most likely to cause loud snoring and heavy breathing!