A good night’s sleep is essential for a healthy lifestyle to better manage or even reverse the symptoms of your PCOS.
The position in which you sleep is vital for you to enjoy maximum benefit and avoid problems which can drag down your health.
Sleeping on your stomach, for example, is the worst position for your spine. It flattens the natural curve in the lower back and keeps your head turned to one side all night, which distorts the alignment of the spine in the neck.
All this can lead to chronic lower back and neck pain, as well as headaches. And your ability to breathe deeply is impaired because sleeping on your stomach means your body weight is compressing your lungs.
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