The importance of sleeping in proper posture
Have you ever experienced the feeling of waking up after a good night’s sleep, ready to attack your day only to suddenly realize that your body is stiff, achy and not at all capable of doing all you wish you were going to do? Cases where you were supposed to wake up well rested, but instead you felt like a zombie?
Poor sleeping quality can mess up your everyday life, work, activity and energy levels as much as poor sleep quantity. There are many possible, likely culprits for it, like constantly overindulging in stimulants in your awake hours, but sleeping with improper posture is very high on that list. The problem is further magnified if you suffer from a chronic condition like neck or back aches. Sleeping improperly will exacerbate these problems and in all likelihood make you feel weak, tired and achy.
Generally, people are divided in their sleeping patterns on the following broad categories. Each has its place and its assorted pros and cons and none is strictly better than the other: