Sunday, February 22, 2009

The Importance Of Sleep Positions


Me and my husband, we do travel a lot for our job and we are a hard working person. everytime were done to our work, we are so tired & exhausted. In your typical 24- hour day, sleeping occupies a fat part of that fraction pie. Our nervous systems needs to work properly, sleep is needed. Sleep deprivation makes a person drowsy and unable to concentrate the next day. It also leads to impairment of memory and physical performance and reduced ability to carry out mathematical calculations. If sleep deprivation continues hallucinations and mood swings may develop. So we don't disregard the importance of sleeping. No mattter what position you lie in, in my opinion the pillow should be under your head, but not on your shoulders and should allows your head to be in a normal position, Try to sleep in a position, which helps you maintain the curve in your back, Try using back support and a soft surface to make you feel comfortable. Try to do what's most comfortable for you.

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