This Is What Happens To Your Body If You Sleep On The Left Side Each Night For A Month

1. Improve digestion

The junction between the small intestine and the large intestine is located on the left side of our body, this is called the ileo-cecal valve.

When you sleep on your left side, gravity makes it easier to move waste from your small intestine into your large intestine. It allows your colon to eliminate waste from your body faster.

Moreover, stomach and pancreas hang naturally when you sleep on your left side, and this can maintain the development of pancreatic enzymes and other digestive processes humming.

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