Sleep is an activity that humans usually do to respond to body fatigue. But did you know the danger when you fall asleep on your back or on your stomach? Sleep can trigger disturbances in important organs such as the respiratory organs.
In the back sleeping position, the respiratory tract will be inhibited so that it can not breathe oxygen well. The process can lead to sleep apnea or stop breathing during sleep.
One of the most prominent features of sleep apnea disorders is snoring. According to a study by Johns Hopkins University, people with snoring disorders, 46% greater risk of dying during sleep.