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Sleep Laterally

According to researchers at Stony Brook University, sleeping in the lateral position, as opposed to on one’s back or stomach, could help more effectively remove brain waste and be an important practice to help reduce the chances of developing such neurological diseases as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.  By imaging the brain’s glymphatic pathway with dynamic contrast MRI, Stony Brook University researchers discovered that a lateral sleeping position, the most common among humans and animals, is the best to most efficiently remove waste from the brain.  Brain waste chemicals...