Sleep on your right side and wake up well.
Logical solution for, which side sleeping is better?
For most of the people, getting sleep is the biggest task. Debate on which side to sleep is like debating with refugees to chose design of his swimming pool tiles.
Every group of thought agreed sleeping on stomach is the worst position to sleep in. Resting on the tummy is widely regarded as the worst sleeping position. It flattens the natural curve of the spine, which can lead to lower back pain.
Once we know DON’Ts lets discover DO’s
Best is to sleep on Right side, better to sleep on left side, good to sleep on back.
Sleeping on the ride side can worsen heartburn.If you can control your eating habits HEARTBURN issue can be resolved and gives a logical reason to sleep on right side.
However, sleeping on the left side can put a strain on internal organs like the liver, lungs, and stomach, but also while reducing acid reflux. Pregnant women are advised to sleep on their left side for optimal blood flow.
Washing your face, hands and legs before sleep will neutralize your body temperature and helps you fight ageing and skin problems.
Jump out of your bed to avoid alarm snoozing. Here is illustrated version of a healthy wake up
There are theological aspect on sleeping as well, as per Islamic theology
The Prophet Mohammed (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) used to sleep on his right side, putting his right hand on his right cheek, and this is what the Prophet Mohammed (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) recommended others to do. According to one of his sayings ,narrated from al-Baraa’ ibn ‘Aazib, the Prophet Mohammed (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “When you go to bed, do wudoo’ as if for prayer, then lie down on your right side…” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, al-Wudoo’, 239). The Practice is to put one’s right hand under one’s cheek. It was narrated that Hudhayfah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said, “When the Prophet SAWS (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) went to bed at night, he would put his hand under his cheek, then say, ‘Allaahumma bismika amootu wa ahyaa (O Allaah, in Your name I die and I live).’ Then when he woke up he would say, ‘Al-hamdu Lillaah alladhi ahyaanaa ba’da ma amaatanaa wa ilayhi al-nushoor (Praise be to Allaah who has brought us back to life after causing us to die, and to Him is the resurrection).’” (Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 6314).