Sleep positions are something a lot of people deliberate upon. Different sleep positions suit different people and have varied advantages and effects on our bodies.
While one can sleep on their stomach, or on either of their sides, one position which is although, slightly difficult to get used to, but highly beneficial, is on your back!
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There’s a lot to ponder while you get your tattoo, and even more, if that happens to be your first ever.
However, no matter what, it’s what crops up at the end of that day that carries the most crucial question.
How on earth am I going to hit the bed with fresh ink?
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Sleep is often the first casualty of a busy life. ‘Hustle’ culture has brought along with it the notion that if you want something bad enough you must sacrifice something too, and more often than not, that something is sleep.
What we don’t realise is that the long term effects of this lifestyle can often be devastating and lead to long term health issues. Adults need more than 7 hours of sleep per night, and children aged 6 to 12 need 9 to 12 hours for optimal health. However, life is busy, and getting an adequate amount of sleep isn’t always possible, especially when you’re travelling, studying for an exam, or raising children.
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Doorway to A Delicate Doze
You must have quite often read or heard about tips and tricks on how to get a night of deep and full sleep, I know I have, having needed it frequently enough. Many times, I’m unable to escape into that deep sleep stage and it causes me to be up and awake at random hours even.
A night of light sleep is often linked to many health problems and issues which may worsen over time.
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Falling asleep on your back is called the sleepy soldier position. Sleeping on your back is considered by many as the ideal way of sleeping since it has a lot of benefits.
Sleeping on your back lets your head, neck, and spine stay aligned in a neutral position, reducing the pressure in those spots. Less pressure while you sleep means less pain when you wake up. And waking up all contorted up is definitely not the first thing you need in the morning not to mention the effect it has on your sleep.
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The physical and mental homeostasis that good sleep demands can be upset quite easily; therefore many of us assume that getting any sleep before important days is quite far-fetched. And Christmas is no exception. Given that the season to be jolly is upon us, good sleep may seem like a distant dream to a lot of you.
All that overexcitement, hectic planning, overnight cooking and last-minute gift shopping that Christmas brings with it is bound to leave you feeling sleepless at night.
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