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How a person sleeps at night may reveal a lot about that person’s waking behavior. Research conducted by the Better Sleep Council (BSC) suggests a person’s sleep position may relate to his or her health, age, perhaps even education level. Additionally, the study found that differences between age groups became apparent in reported sleep position preferences, and although sleeping position is largely a matter of perceived comfort and habit, it affects sleep quality.
Different generations have different perceptions when it comes to the best sleep positions.
Men and women have different views when it comes to sleep position and the perceived benefits of various sleep positions.
Survey Details: Better Sleep Council July 2017
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