I think the most dangerous position to sleep could be any...like sleeping straight, sleeping on stomach...
On the lower bunk, underneath the upper bunk of a very heavy but restless sleeper.
With your head under water is a pretty dangerous position to sleep in.
Sleeping in prison while trying to pick up the soap. QUITE DANGEROUS!
Supine. Sleeping on your back at night will cause more snoring and less oxygen to the brain if you have any degree of apnea.
It is very dangerous to sleep at work, you could get fired.
I think the most dangerest position is the side bcs it hurt ur back
by SJ Rose 3 years ago
Do you have a preferred sleeping position?What sleeping position gets you comfortable enough to fall asleep? Myself, it's usually on my belly or side. Occasionally I fall asleep on my back.
by instantlyfamily 7 years ago
What position is most comfortable for you to sleep?
by Karen 4 years ago
What is the most ergonomic way to sleep?I'm not sure if it's my mattress or the way I sleep, but I suffer from chronic upper back pain. Is there a way I can sleep ergonomically to ease my back pain during the night?
by Joan King 5 years ago
What is the best position for sleeping?Is it better to sleep on your back, stomach or side for health reasons or a better night's sleep?
by MomsTreasureChest 5 years ago
Do you sleep mostly on your side, back, or stomach?
by Keith James Kennedy 6 years ago
If you didn't need to sleep, would you still sleep every day?
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