your sleep position affects your productivity

Sleep plays a big role in our overall productivity and well-being. Sleep is an essential, restorative process that boosts energy and supports daytime performance. In fact, just getting a little sleep—like taking a nap—has been shown to increase on-the-job vigilance and improve cognitive performance.

When we think about the importance of sleep, the first thing that comes to mind is time: how much sleep are we getting? While getting the recommended hours of sleep is vital to fighting off mental fatigue and lowered productivity, how we sleep—that is, what position we sleep in—is also important.

Sleeping in the wrong position can have major effects on your health, from causing back and neck pain to impairing circulation. And of course, sleeping in the wrong position can mean the difference between a good night’s rest and a night spent tossing and turning, which affects your next-day performance.

Luckily, the team at SensorGel put together an infographic to help you find your perfect sleep position and get a productivity-promoting, full night of sleep tonight.A

Best and Worst Sleeping Positions

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