We all know that failing to get enough sleep can result in serious mental health problems. But there’s more to a good night’s sleep than simply the length of time.
A study conducted at Stony Brook University found that sleeping position can significantly impact the quality of your sleep, and lead to problems with brain health.
For instance, researchers found that side sleepers were the least likely to have airflow problems, which can reduce sleep quality and lead to blood flow issues. Meanwhile, sleeping on your stomach can actually increase breathing problems.
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