Everyone from scientists to mental health professionals to Arianna Huffington agrees that getting a good night’s sleep is one of the most important things you can do for your well-being.
You’ve probably heard the arguments for getting eight to ten hours of shut-eye every night, and you’ve committed yourself to at least attempting to snooze more. But what you may not know is that your slumbering position can be just as important as how much you sleep, and it can tell you some pretty significant things about your health and habits.
Whether you snooze on your side or are a hard-core on-the-back relaxer, here’s what your sleep position is trying to tell you about your body.
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