Problems that Appear Due to Sleep Incorrect Position

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The right sleeping position is not just determining comfort. Guaranteed wake up in fit condition is also determined by the right position when lying in bed.

Sleeping with the wrong position can cause the body to feel sore when you wake up. Even worse, the quality of sleep is reduced because the airway is not smooth in the long term can cause the body to experience chronic fatigue.

Summarized from various sources, here are 4 things that can happen when a person sleeps in a wrong position.

1. Numb Arms.
Have you ever woken up with one arm numb or tingling due to sleeping on your side? This usually occurs because the arm is crushed so that blood circulation is not smooth in that section. The nerves are depressed so that their function is disturbed.

2. Strange Dreams.
A study in 2012 stated that sleeping on his stomach could increase the chances of erotic dreams. Pressure on the body at this position activates certain fantasies that appear when sleeping.

3. Low Back Pain.
Low back pain is not only caused by bad posture when sitting and standing. Even when sleeping, posture needs to be maintained so that the back is not curved and experiences pressure at a certain point. Someone who wakes up with complaints of lower back pain usually falls asleep with a position that is not ideal.

4. Clogged Airway.
Snoring is a sign of a narrowing of the airway. It usually occurs because gravity pulls the base of the tongue over the throat. The medical world knows it as sleep apnea, aka stopping breathing during sleep.

The risk is greatest when a person sleeps on his back. Someone with this condition is more encouraged to change his sleeping position.

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