TopicScary Sleep Apnea Side Effects Include an Increased Risk of Death

  • Sat 2nd Nov 2019 - 5:25am

    The ability to get a proper night's rest is essential to human growth and Zz Snore development. Gravity weights down the body, causing your spinal column to shorten and compress. When you are lying down, gravity's force decreases the pressure on the spine and causes expansion. Also during this rest time is when growth hormones are released to the rest of the body.

    When you are sleeping try to sleep on your back. This position allows your spine to stretch better and reduce the pressure from gravity the most. Also you should keep your legs stretched out instead of curled up. This may take some getting used to if you don't normally sleep this way.You should choose a firm mattress to sleep on so you have maximum support for your weight. A mattress that is too soft can curve your spine and you won't benefit from your body's ability to grow.

    Sleep only with a small pillow, or better yet, don't even use a pillow. If you sleep with your head on pillows that are too large, you run the risk of bending your neck. This position places your spine in an unhealthy situation. The pillows shaped like cylinders are great when you are sleeping on your back, because you gain the best back alignment.Nowadays, kids don't get the required minimum number of hours of sleep, which is eight hours. This is often caused by the myriads of temptations available in a highly tech-savvy generation. Lack of sleep is surely inimical to the physical and mental health of the kid.

    There is a big difference between kids who always get the eight hours sleep and those who do not. When the mind has completely rested, it is energized to absorb new information, learn new things, and store new data in its memory. Especially when kids are already in school, they have to be ready for new lessons and other intellectual challenges. Studies have shown that kids who do not get enough sleep receive lower grades than kids who get the minimum eight hours of sleep.

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