I heard some cockamamie story about the fetus being short of oxygen depending on the mother’s sleeping position. Can you believe that?
May clear brain waste more efficiently
Helps lessen gastric reflux for those with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
May help to alleviate or reduce snoring
Whatever position you choose, sleep in a dark room to avoid interfering with melatonin production (e.g., black-out drapes or soft eye patches). Open the drapes or go outside in the morning and allow sunlight to enter your eyes to reset your internal circadian clock.