Some nights, you fall asleep as soon as you hit the bed. But there are nights when you toss and turn, and try to find out that one position which will make fall asleep.
Well, toss and turn no more! According to Dr. Michael Breus, a clinical psychologist and board-certified sleep specialist, the best position to sleep in is on your back.
“When you lie on your back, the entire weight is distributed equally across your frame,” Dr. Breus explains. “Also, when you’re facing upwards, there is no excess stress on your neck. So sleeping in this position is best for your health.”
(The only exception is people who snore and suffer from sleep apnea. They should sleep on their sides.)
Lie on your back, and open up your posture. It’s the best way to wake up with vigour and spirit.