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A Guide to Mattresses It is important to ask how well our bodies are aligned during sleep. This seemingly strange question is ridiculous since common sense dictates that any posture in which you are able to sleep comfortably is a good one for you. 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. When organs are in the right position they can function at peak efficiency, and this can be achieved only when the body is aligned during sleep. Therefore the position you are comfortable sleeping in may prevent your body from realigning itself, and misalignment 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? To counter the misalignment the body adjusts itself because our bodies are very adaptive. What this means is that if you sleep comfortably in a misaligned position, then our bodies will position itself so as to counter the prevailing misalignment. This we can clearly see that when a person only has one leg, the body adapts itself so that after a time the person will be able to move comfortably with disability. 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 relationship between body alignment and breathing and sleep quality.
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Aside from this type of shallow breathing that an anxious person has that deprives him of oxygen, structural imbalance in the body also affects oxygen intake. When your neck, middle back and lower back are not properly aligned which means that you spine is not in its natural position then your lungs will have a difficult time to get oxygen and so there is no smooth bodily functioning which makes the body relax. So in our case, we can say that it is important that you maintain a spine-neutral position or straight-out posture. Your structural balance can be affected by the mattress that you sleep on. If your mattress is either too hard or too soft, then it can hinder good breathing while sleeping and it can also develop unhealthy structural postures which is detrimental to good sleep. The best mattress is not the dependent on its firmness but the ability to support the right parts of the body correctly.