Why shouldn't you sleep with your window open?

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asked May 3 in Mythology & Folklore by Teenappti (2,100 points)
Why shouldn't you sleep with your window open?

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answered May 8 by Jacupq4 (16,140 points)
The reason you shouldn't sleep with your window open is it can trigger allergies, asthma or other illness, especially in people with weakened immune systems.

However in most healthy people sleeping with the window open is okay and could help you sleep better but if your place is prone to break ins or not a safe place then it's better to sleep with the window closed.

The sleeping position that relieves gas is sleeping on your left side which helps with digestion and helps to relieve gas.

The sleeping position that is good for weight loss is sleeping on your back and sleeping on your side.

Side sleeping also helps to improve sleep, helps you lose weight and reduce pain, and avoid swelling in the thighs, legs, buttocks.

Sleeping on your side is also good for digestion and avoids the accumulation of fat.

The position that is the healthiest to sleep in is on your side or on your back.

Sleeping on your side or back makes it easier to keep the spine supported and balanced which also relieves pressure on your spine and also enables the muscles to recover and relax.

Sleeping on your back has the maximum health benefits and is good for your spine and in relieving your knee and back pain too.

Sleeping on back can also reduce your back or joint pain.

Also having a pillow that is kept beside your knees can help you keep the curvature of your knee aligned.

The most unhealthy sleep position is the fetal position.

The fetal position refers to the position which involves bowing your head forward, arching the back, bending at the hips, and flexing at the knees, which is particularly unhealthy because of how many parts of the body can be negatively affected.

People with heart failure might experience discomfort on their left side and prefer to sleep on their right side.

Some people that sleep on their front may also benefit from sleeping without a pillow.

It can also aid in maintaining the posture of the neck and spine as you sleep, reducing neck and back pain.

However, not everyone should do it.

Without a pillow, those who sleep on their back or side may experience neck or back pain.

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