Sleeping on your side could reduce Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s risk

August 16, 2015


In this study, researchers say that sleeping on your side may help to remove waste products in the brain that contribute to neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.


Approximately, 41% of people curl their legs and arms up, 15% rest on their side with straight arms and legs like a plank, while an unknown percent place their arms in front of them.


What position do you normally sleep in?


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