Sleeping is one of the essential ways of relaxing for every living being. It is pivotal for our health, our body, and our mind. We spend one-third of our lives in sleep. For a human being 7-8 hours of sleep per night is a must. Sleeping helps to maintain proper physical and mental health.
Do you know for a human being, sleeping to his left side is good for health?
The side in which you sleep on can also play a role in your health. Sleeping on our back makes it easier for our head, neck, and spine to align and keep it in a neutral position. No extra pressure or curves are being added to the back. You are in the best position as your spine stays in natural alignment all night long.
Sleeping to the right side is likely to worsen digestion problems, whereas sleeping to the left side may improve digestive symptoms. Sleeping onto your left helps in keeping your skin look young.
Sleeping to the left side is said to improve your health. It is because your lymphatic system is located above your heart and when you sleep on your left side, it allows the natural draining in the lymphatic system. This gives the lymphatic system more time to filter toxins and waste through the lymph nodes.
Sleeping to your right side can disturb your digestion so badly. It slows down the working of the lymphatic system and hinders with its toxin filtering capabilities.
It is so simple. Many people recommend sewing a tennis ball onto the back. Whenever you start to roll onto your back during the night, the tennis ball stops you, forcing you to return to the side. Large obstructions will prevent you from rolling over. Placing a pillow against your back can also help you in preventing to roll over.
It bolsters the lymphatic system, improves your digestion, it’s good for your heart, reduces heartburn and its ideal for pregnant women.
Sleeping on the left side not only improve pregnant women’s blood circulation but It also can help to relieve pressure on the back, keep the uterus from squeezing the liver and increase blood flow to the uterus, kidneys, and fetus. It is also recommended by many Doctors during check-ups.