Why not sleep on the right side
Sleeping position can affect our health. Experts have warned about sleeping on their backs in the past, because this can make some people breathe dangerously. There are also reasons for health, not to sleep on the right side. However, on the left side of the rest is recommended.
Various causes of reflux
Every second German sometimes suffers from heartburn. It can be caused by overweight, heavy, fatty foods, stress, or an excess of alcohol and nicotine. Even the wrong sleeping position can contribute to heartburn, as shown in the study.
Left sleeping less heartburn
American scientists found in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, published a study that people who sleep on the left side suffer much less from heartburn (also known as reflux) as right sleepers.
Other health experts also mentioned this fact and explained this phenomenon to the stomach and its contents further down the esophagus than the left side.
On the other hand, in the case of sleepers with the right eye, chime is easier to return to the esophagus.
But there are more reasons why you should sleep better on the left side. Some of them have a doctor. Called John Dwyer on his website and in numerous YouTube videos.
Improving the transport of essential nutrients
According to a health expert, doing the lymphatic system of the body is good, relying on the left side.
This is due to the fact that the left side of the body is the dominant lymphatic side.
The lymphatic system, the largest organ of the immune system, plays a central role in the fight against invasive pathogens, as well as malignant, degenerate cancer cells.
In addition, he is responsible for transporting important nutrients and filtering waste.
And also the spleen, which is responsible for cleansing the blood, lies on the left side and therefore can work more easily if we sleep on the left side.
Benefits for Digestion and Heart Health
The location of the stomach and pancreas also suggests sleeping on the left side.
Because it helps experts to improve digestion.
But who the correct sleepers, presses the stomach to the pancreas and interferes with their activity.
And one more thing, which speaks in favor of a better sleep on the left side: in the right sleepers, the heart should work much harder.
As the main artery, the aorta, moves from the heart to the left, before descending into the abdomen.
Laying down on the left side, the heart sends blood straight down the descending aorta, automatically freeing the organ. (Ad)