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Old 06-07-2020, 12:15 AM
 
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It's a goal that's doable. I've read that about sleeping positions. I don't know if it's true.

I now sleep about 3/4 to the side...partly back, partly side. Not fully either, if that makes sense.

I used to sleep on my back. Another poster said people can't sleep on their backs all night, but they can. I did. I went to sleep on my back and stayed on my back all night, as far as I know, and woke up on my back. It was my natural sleeping position. Don't know why it changed a bit. Maybe the position of my tv.

I'm more concerned about sagging than wrinkles, although if there's an easy way to prevent wrinkles, I'm all for it.

I'm getting a silk pillowcase soon (a gift). I've heard that silk helps prevent wrinkles. That doesn't make sense to me, but I guess I'll have a chance to see if that's true.
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Old 06-07-2020, 06:41 AM
 
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Last night I paid attention to my sleeping position. I’m on my side, but because my shoulder is forward, my head is turned slightly. My face doesn’t touch the pillow. No wrinkles for me! LOL
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Old 06-07-2020, 02:48 PM
 
Location: Oakland, CA
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It's a goal that's doable. I've read that about sleeping positions. I don't know if it's true.

I now sleep about 3/4 to the side...partly back, partly side. Not fully either, if that makes sense.

I used to sleep on my back. Another poster said people can't sleep on their backs all night, but they can. I did. I went to sleep on my back and stayed on my back all night, as far as I know, and woke up on my back. It was my natural sleeping position. Don't know why it changed a bit. Maybe the position of my tv.

I'm more concerned about sagging than wrinkles, although if there's an easy way to prevent wrinkles, I'm all for it.

I'm getting a silk pillowcase soon (a gift). I've heard that silk helps prevent wrinkles. That doesn't make sense to me, but I guess I'll have a chance to see if that's true.
The silk is less drying to your skin and dryness can create wrinkles! Also the silk helps your hair too.
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Old 06-07-2020, 06:41 PM
 
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I asked my friends - most of them sleep on their sides or on stomachs.

Unfortunately, these positions also mean there's constant pressure on our face for around eight hours each night.

Just imagine: 8 (EIGHT) hours pressure on your skin!
Over time, this repetitive pressure and movement creates permanent wrinkles on our face.
But when you sleep on your back, your face and decolletage aren't crumpled. They aren't crushed or squished. This allow the skin on these areas to benefit most from our sleep and skincare regimen.

I made the decision to actively train myself to sleep on my back - to form a new habitage. My june habitage challenge.

What do you think?
What do I think?

I think it would be fabulous to have eight hours of sleep every night!
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Old 06-07-2020, 08:16 PM
 
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Do not think to much about everything and you wil sleep 8+hours.

Oh, I am sixty, no wrinkels and tos and turn...

I would think sleeping on your back has disanvantages for ladies... The breasts might slip sideways.....
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Old 06-08-2020, 07:20 AM
 
Location: NY
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I sleep on my back and have been for years. My husband jokes that I'm like a mummy. Once I'm out, I don't move.

I can't attest to if it's helping prevent wrinkles though.
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Old 06-08-2020, 12:19 PM
 
Location: New to the BA & l o v e it
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A women doesn't like wrinkles on her face.





None of us want to get wrinkles when we're older..........BUT....IMO you can kinda take it way over the top if you worry about wrinkles from side sleeping.....just use a silk pilllowcase....or you stop laughing because you are afraid of the laugh lines you'll have when you're 60 or 70. We can't cuddle if we sleep on our backs....but it works if my fiance sleeps on his.

What's important is to take care of yourself & your skin tho..........AND get a good restful night's sleep. AND worrying or writing about problems will cause stress & wrinkles too.
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Old 06-09-2020, 10:38 AM
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It's a goal that's doable. I've read that about sleeping positions.
I'm more concerned about sagging than wrinkles, although if there's an easy way to prevent wrinkles, I'm all for it.
Exactly . Our sleeping habitage have an influence on sleeping wrinkles.
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Old 06-09-2020, 11:33 AM
 
Location: New to the BA & l o v e it
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Exactly . Our sleeping habitage have an influence on sleeping wrinkles.






IMO our skin care....diet & nutrition.....exercise......& protecting our skin from the sun are so much more important to prevent wrinkles for when we're old.

Have you really changed how you sleep because of it tho?
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Old 06-15-2020, 10:46 AM
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IMO our skin care....diet & nutrition.....exercise......& protecting our skin from the sun are so much more important to prevent wrinkles for when we're old.
You're absolutely right. Our daily habits have a big impact on what we see in the mirror.
There is "Feel@Look younger planner - FLY Planner"

Anti-aging plan: managing stress, getting enough sleep, being physically active, having a positive mindset, following a balanced healthy diet and so on.
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