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A Guide to Mattresses How well is your body aligned during sleep? It might seem to be a ridiculous questions because any posture in which you feel comfortable will also allow you to sleep comfortably. But when you start to probe into this glitch, you will realize that an aligned body during sleep is not about how one feels but rather a means where your bones are properly aligned and your muscles, joint and ligaments can work as nature intended. If there is alignment in your body then you body organs are in the right position and they can function at peak efficiency. So if you are comfortable in a certain sleeping position in which your body is not aligned, it will prevent your body from realigning itself and this can cause various health issues in the long run. You might be thinking what is the reason why we feel comfortable even if we have an improper sleeping position or posture in the first place? The reason is because our bodies are adaptive and automatically adjusts itself to counter any misalignment. In short, our bodies try to counter any prevailing misalignment by positioning itself in a good way if our bodies are not aligned properly. We can see this in person’s with only one limb who can still cleverly move around despite being maim. A simple proof to find out is when you often experience daytime sleepiness, headache, fatigue, or else lack of focus after a night’s sleep is enough to deduce the possibility that your body is poorly aligned during sleep.
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And one reason for this is your breathing must have been very shallow and not because you were anxious of anything but because you did not have the right posture during sleep. There are clear and strong connections between body alignment, breathing, and sleep quality.
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Similar to this other type of shallow breathing to an anxious person that deprives the body of oxygen, structural imbalance in the body also affects oxygen intake. When our spine is not in its natural position – meaning, the neck, middle back, and lower back are not in good alignment, our lungs are not able to hold much oxygen to facilitate smooth bodily functioning including relaxation. So the best position for the spine is a spine neutral position or a straight out posture. The kind of mattress that you use can affect your structural balance. If you have either a hard or too soft mattress, you breathing can be affected which you are asleep or you can develop unhealthy structural postures which will not give you a good sleep. When we speak of an appropriate mattress, we are not talking about the firmness of the mattress but its ability to support the right parts of your body correctly