Ways You’re Sleeping All Wrong, According To Science

Getting good sleep is one of the healthiest habits you can practice. If you don't get enough sleep, or if the sleep you do get is of poor quality, it will affect your wellbeing. Not only will you feel tired the next day, but you're also more likely to experience health problems. According to the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, chronic sleep deprivation can affect your mental health, your physical health, your quality of life, and even your safety. 

For many of us, figuring out the correct way to sleep is difficult because it involves so many factors. Everything from your sleeping position to your body temperature to your bedroom itself can affect your sleep quality. If figuring out how to sleep correctly is confusing for you, here are 20 things that might be getting between you and a good night's sleep.