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Of all potential sleeping positions, sleeping on your side is most healthy for a variety of reasons. It is easier on your back, it clears your airways, and it may help you get a better night's sleep. Researchers at Stony Brook University in New York University have found that sleeping on your side may even help to prevent neurological illnesses such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease.
There's no doubt that people these days are more stressed out than ever, with over-booked lifestyles. Between running the kids around from activity to activity, being permanently available via smart phones and other devices and a constant barrage of information, people report being under pressure most of the time. However, being stressed out could increase your chances of developing dementia or Alzheimer's Disease, according to a recent study.
With the hectic pace of society, as well as 24-7 access to the news, there is more to be anxious about than ever before. However, as people experience higher levels of anxiety, they may also be putting themselves at risk of developing dementia. A recent study led by researchers at the University of Southern California has found a potential link between high levels of anxiety and dementia.