*  Supine position - Wikipedia
Anatomical position Lying position Prone position Sleep paralysis Rothrock, J. C. (2007) Alexander's Care of the Patient in ... In scientific literature "semi-supine" commonly refers to positions where the upper body is tilted (at 45° or variations) and ... With individuals who have OSA, many health care providers encourage their patients to avoid the supine position while asleep ... is said to be attributable to having babies sleep in the supine position. It is believed that in the prone position babies are ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supine_position
*  Topic: Dream Practice: Side position clears brain waste
... that glymphatic transport was most efficient in the lateral position when compared to the supine or prone positions," said Dr. ... What's a body to do??. How about just listen to your intuition and lay in whichever position your body feels called to, and ... Many types of dementia are linked to sleep disturbances, including difficulties in falling asleep. ... brains in three positions - lateral (side), prone (down), and supine (up). ...
  https://healingtaousa.com/topic/dream-practice-side-position-clears-brain-waste/
*  Roger Meyer - Sharon Karam
Sleep positions│ healthful slumbering positions from higher. Sleep positions. There are 3 principal sound asleep positions or ... perfect postures for sleep prone, supine, or left/right side. Research on first-class sleep postures inclined, supine, left or ... sixteen effects of sleep deprivation at the body. Napping do's and don'ts for healthy adults. Sound asleep isn't only for ... Sleep apnea, also spelled sleep apnoea, lateral positions (snoozing on a aspect), rather than supine positions (slumbering at ...
  http://sharonkaram.com/author/roger-meyer/
*  Plus it
... body position (E: upright; P: prone; P: supine; D: right; S: left), PLMs: activity of the anterior tibialis muscles. ... or chin muscle activity and therefore cannot detect whether the patient is awake or asleep during the recording. However, ... body position (Eret: upright; De: right; Su: supine; Si: left; Pr: prone); PLMs: activity of the anterior tibialis muscles. ... Level 3 sleep tests (table 1) [7], based on snoring, airflow, thoracic and abdominal effort, pulse rate, body position, oxygen ...
  http://erj.ersjournals.com/content/41/2/368
*  High Prevalence of Supine Sleep in Ischemic Stroke Patients | Stroke
... spent no time asleep in the prone position, 23 (77%) spent no time asleep on the left side, and 24 (80%) spent no time asleep ... There is a well-established relationship between OSA severity and body position during sleep. Supine positioning is associated ... Total sleep time spent in the supine position (minutes) and percent total sleep time spent in the supine position were compared ... of subjects spent no time asleep in any of the nonsupine positions (prone, left, right). Median percent sleep time supine was ...
  http://stroke.ahajournals.org/content/39/9/2511
*  Sleep Posture: Confucius Says Very Important, page 1
... prone, and supine positions have been extensively studied in healthy subjects.. ... Body position adds to this situation though, because as the body relaxes further with increasingly deeper stages of sleep, ... Having had appendicitis operation I agree, as that was the only position in which I could fall asleep before the operation. So ... To avoid the supine position, some people use homemade remedies, such as putting tennis balls in a tube sock and pinning the ...
  http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread536976/pg1
*  Resting the back is great for desk-bound people
An innovative look at both semi-supine position, and its opposite, lying in prone position - both means of releasing the back. ... pp.195-9. She gives a very cogent explanation of how the position can help undo the awkward things we may have asked our bodies ... 2. If you remain mentally alert, instead of falling asleep, you will freshen up, and be ready for activity again. Your mind can ... What about lying the other way up - in prone position?. Yes, this is valuable for achieving much the same benefits. Missy ...
  http://jimcrosthwaite.blogspot.com/2011/12/resting-back-is-great-for-desk-bound.html
*  Are There Long-term Consequences of Room-Sharing During Infancy? | Commentaries | Pediatrics
Prone or supine body position and sleep characteristics in infants. Pediatrics. 1993;91(6):1112-1115pmid:8502511. ... The 2016 safe sleep recommendations acknowledge that parents may fall asleep with the infant while feeding, and they recommend ... Spontaneous arousability in prone and supine position in healthy infants. Sleep. 2006;29(6):785-790pmid:16796217. ... The prone sleeping position impairs arousability in term infants. J Pediatr. 2001;138(6):811-816pmid:11391321. ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/140/1/e20171323
*  Safe Sleep and Skin-to-Skin Care in the Neonatal Period for Healthy Term Newborns | From the American Academy of Pediatrics |...
Promote supine sleep for all infants. SSC may involve the prone or side position of the newborn, especially if the dyad is ... SSC immediately after birth stabilizes the newborn body temperature and can help prevent hypothermia.10,11 SSC also helps ... Even though mothers and family members may be educated about the avoidance of bed-sharing, falling asleep while breastfeeding ... 51 15 of the 26 cases of SUPC were found to have occurred during SSC in a prone position. Eighteen were in primiparous mothers ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/138/3/e20161889
*  Sleep - Arlene R Taylor PhD, Realizations Inc
... lateral position), backs (supine position), and bellies (prone position). The rodents who were in the lateral position cleared ... Melatonin is a hormone produced by the body to promote continued sleep.) When levels of melatonin decrease, the body produces ... Blander definitely appears to be better in the hours before you intend to fall asleep. Relegate heavy spices to earlier in the ... amyloid beta about 25 percent better than when in the prone or supine position. (Some say lying on the left side is a preferred ...
  http://arlenetaylor.org/brain-references/brain-care/sleep-and-the-brain
*  Calvin Pena - Shawn Karam
Discover how your sound asleep position throughout being pregnant affects your child, your body, and the satisfactory of your ... ideal postures for sleep prone, supine, or left/right facet. Studies on high-quality sleep postures susceptible, supine, left ... positions for drowsing greatist. The quality (and worst) positions for sound asleep. Doctors inspire napping on the left aspect ... Study which sound asleep positions are healthier for dozing at the left facet is first-rate for you and the lie on your left ...
  http://shawnkaram.com/author/calvin-pena/
*  Environment of infants during sleep and risk of the sudden infant death syndrome: results of 1993-5 case-control study for...
Results: Prone and side sleeping positions both carried increased risks of death compared with supine when adjusted for ... Funding National Advisory Body for the confidential inquiry into stillbirths and deaths in infancy. ... taking the baby into bed for a short time for feeding or for comfort poses any risk-except that the mother may then fall asleep ... The prone position was the least common sleeping position in which infants were put down, but it carried the greatest risk. An ...
  http://www.bmj.com/content/313/7051/191.full.print
*  Baby Sensory Blog
When the baby sleeps better in the supine position, parents are less likely to use the prone position for sleep. Improved sleep ... Elevated body temperature.. · Fast and shallow breathing.. Your growing baby. The sun itself will not hurt your growing baby, ... Everyone has a period of latency before going to sleep, so don't expect your baby to fall asleep the moment she is in her cot. ... Breech positioning.. · Congenital foot deformity.. · Torticollis (asymmetrical head or neck position).. DDH occurs in about 1 ...
  http://blog.babysensory.com
*  The Brain's Waste-Removal System
... prone position decreases glymphatic transport compared to supine or lateral sleeping positions.25 ... Editor's Note: The brain, like other parts of the body, needs to maintain "homeostasis" (a constant state) to function, and ... antagonists administered via CSF increased glymphatic influx and ISF volume even though the mice in the study were not asleep. ... that are positioned strategically on the astroglial endfeet, so that they face the vessels. This part of the discovery was the ...
  http://www.dana.org/Cerebrum/2018/The_Brains_Waste-Removal_System/
*  2<...
Supine. Sleeping on your back is pretty benign for most. The neck is in a much better position than prone, so this is more ... I will say that for the spinal structures, having them all twisted up with no muscular tension (when asleep) may send some ... The goal is to feel fully supported, so that you can let go of the tension your body is holding without reserve. ... Below, I will discuss the pros and cons of 3 different sleeping positions - prone, supine, side. ...
  http://www.jtsstrength.com/articles/2017/01/04/sleeping-positions-disucussion-pros-cons/
*  Risk Factors Associated With Sudden Unexplained Infant Death: A Prospective Study of Infant Care Practices in Kentucky |...
... of infants continued to be placed prone and 56% in the supine position.20 Prone placement was significantly more common among ... Message Body (Your Name) thought you would like to see the Pediatrics web site. ... within 1 hour of falling asleep, the mother denied any unusual circumstances and awoke to observe her daughter unresponsive and ... of infants were placed in the prone position compared with 72% in 1991. Mothers who placed their infants in the prone position ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/116/1/e13
*  Sub 1:50 800m Training
2.Supine (on the back) leg raisings and lowerings.. -Lie flat with he the legs outstretched and the body outstretched. Tilt the ... When you are asleep and thus at your most relaxed it will draw and release from this point anyway. - The word release is very ... This heel lifting will push that knee into the correct position if a. has also been followed.. Stage 2 movement. - now that ... True 800m men have a decent fast twitch ratio which is prone to bulk, and the long runs were the only thing that finally ...
  http://www.letsrun.com/forum/flat_read.php?thread=2669719&page=17
*  Time Spent in Lateral Sleep Position and Asymmetry in Glaucoma | IOVS | ARVO Journals
... followed by the supine position, the left decubitus position, and the prone position (Fig. 3). Right-sided sleep was ... IOP varies by body position as do intracranial and perfusion pressures.7-9 Recent surveys that investigated sleep position in ... nearly 8 hours asleep,32 enough for lateral sleep to be a recognized disease mechanism in floppy eyelid syndrome.6 To increase ... Supine position was reported by 16% of participants, while 6% reported a preference for the prone position. The remaining 19% ...
  http://iovs.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2323632
*  Snoring
... the supine position). The device accurately monitors sleep-position and vibrates when supine sleep is detected, helping many ... Nasal congestion limits the amount of air a person can breathe through their nose while asleep. This can be caused by the ... Mouth-breathing is then the only available means to ensure that sufficient oxygen is delivered to the body. Nasal steroids can ... Other over-the-counter treatments may also be beneficial in patients prone to nasal allergies or troublesome nasal congestion ...
  http://snoreaustralia.com.au/snoring.php
*  Swaddling - Wikipedia
Swaddling may even increases the risk when babies sleep in the prone position; it reduces the risk if they sleep in the supine ... studies indicate that swaddling helps babies fall asleep and to remain asleep and helps to keep the baby in a supine position, ... This is a very hurtful Circumstance, for Limbs that are not used, will never be strong, and such tender Bodies cannot bear much ... which may promote the supine position for infant sleep. Journal of Pediatrics, 141, S. 398-404. Gilbert, R., Rudd, P; Berry, P ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swaddling
*  SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Expansion of Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment | From the...
Once an infant can roll from supine to prone and from prone to supine, the infant can be allowed to remain in the sleep ... and is not against the adult's body or the sling. If an infant falls asleep in a sitting device, he or she should be removed ... Factors potentiating the risk of sudden infant death syndrome associated with the prone position. N Engl J Med. 1993;329(6):377 ... Back to sleep for every sleep-To reduce the risk of SIDS, infants should be placed for sleep in a supine position (wholly on ...
  http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/128/5/1030.long
*  Search Help Topics - MedWOW.com
May be used for surgical procedures in many positions, including supine, decubitus, sitting, Trendelenburg, lithotomy, or prone ... Physiologic monitoring systems that detect and display ECG`s, respiratory rate, non-invasive and invasive blood pressure, body ... Automated peritoneal dialysis is performed mainly while a patient is asleep, using a permanently implanted abdominal catheter ... Non-invasive, non-contact diagnostic equipment which helps visualize and quantify changes in body heat and skin surface ...
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*  Erector spinae reflex | definition of erector spinae reflex by Medical dictionary
Extension of an infant's arms, hands, and fingers when the infant is suspended in the prone position and dropped a short ... A reflex initiated by body movement to maintain the position of the moved part; any reflex initiated by stimulation of a ... The ipsilateral extension and contralateral flexion of the supine infant's extremities when the head is turned to one side. ... by age 7 months it is gone when the infant is asleep. ... Flexion of a body part in response to a painful stimulus. ...
  https://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/erector+spinae+reflex
*  Patent US6753783 - Patient positioning monitoring apparatus and method of use thereof - Google Patents
A patient position monitoring apparatus and method includes an article configured to be worn by a patient. The article includes ... System and method for monitoring changes in body position. US20050148978 *. Dec 29, 2003. Jul 7, 2005. Brumm Russell J.. System ... 1a, 1 b, 3 a and 3 b, when a patient wearing diaper 2 or underwear 6 having RF tags 16A-16C affixed thereto lies supine on a ... It also may require rolling a wearer over to view the rear of the diaper if the wearer is asleep on their back. The process of ...
  http://www.google.com/patents/US6753783?dq=6,250,774
*  Review Article 1, Issue 3 - American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine
... and body position because the natural airway is much smaller when a patient is prone than when the patient is upright.53 Other ... Effects of a titratable oral appliance on supine airway size in awake non-apneic individuals. Sleep. 2001;24(5):554-560.. 67. ... falling asleep in the dental chair, etc.), combined with the knowledge that the incidence of OSA is higher in obese patients, ... A position statement published by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) clearly states that, "An HSAT is a medical ...
  https://aadsm.org/journal/review_article_1_issue_3.php