When you are trying to get comfortable at night before falling asleep, do you wonder whether one sleeping position is better than another? While most individuals find it easier to fall asleep on their backs or sides, many sleep experts recommend sleeping in whatever position enables the best rest.
In this brief informational video, a sleep specialist argues that individuals should sleep in whatever position they feel most comfortable but acknowledges that some positions promote better sleep than others. For example, most people have trouble completing an uninterrupted sleep cycle when they are sleeping in a recliner or other seated position.
If you have trouble falling asleep in any position or you spend your days feeling perpetually exhausted, you may benefit from participation in a sleep study. To find out about the sleep lab facilities and treatment options available at Comfort Sleep in Monmouth County, call (732) 455-3030.