Neurological Decline Has Been Linked to a Certain Sleep Position
There is a proper way to sleep when you are thinking of stopping or slowing down neurological decline as you age. A study conducted by the researchers from Stony Brook University revealed that neurological diseases like Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, memory loss and dementia may be avoided by sleeping in the right positions.
Certain sleeping positions reduce brain waste which leads to the mentioned diseases. Should you be sleeping on your sides, back or stomach?
Researchers from Stony Brook University found that side sleeping, compared to back or stomach sleeping, may more effectively remove brain waste and reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases.
At this time, the research has been conducted only in mice.
Mice sleep on their backs?
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