This is BEEFITBOB and your Healthy Happy Tip of the day
Been Sleeping on my back for a change. No more tossing and turning. I breathe deep like a little baby.
Dee Anna Glaser, M.D., a professor of dermatology at Saint Louis University. also thinks it is a good idea. For you gals she say the weight of your breasts is fully supported, reducing sagginess.
Back-sleeping also helps prevent wrinkles, because nothing is pushing against your face
. I had busted a bunch of ribs and punctured a lung and sleeping on my belly was too painful.
It is a new habit and my smartwatch tells me it is a good deep sleep. Give it a try.