When you slip into bed each night, what sleeping position do you prefer? Perhaps you cosy up on your left or right side, or maybe you prefer the foetal position. Or do you relax on your back or front?
Studies are finding that your sleep position can affect everything from the type of dreams you have and whether you snore, to back and neck pain, and the risk of Alzheimer’s.
Here we look at the pros and cons of the most common sleep positions and which one is the healthiest for your body:
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