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3 Types Of People Who Should Not Sleep On The Floor And Health Effects Of Sleeping On The Floor

Healthline published an article stating that sleeping on the floor can be detrimental to one's health. Some of the health risks associated with sleeping on the floor will be discussed, along with three groups of people who should avoid doing so.

Those who shouldn't be expected to sleep on the floor.

Knowing that some people, for various reasons, should not sleep on the floor is crucial. Several instances are shown below.

Elderly people

Your bones may become more brittle and your body may lose fat as you age. This happens as a normal consequence of getting older. When you forego a bed in favor of the floor, you increase your odds of breaking a bone or contracting a cold.

Those who are more likely to catch a cold

Medical conditions include anemia, type 2 diabetes, and hypothyroidism have been linked to abnormally low body temperature in some patients. It's possible that sleeping on the floor will amplify the effects of any of these disorders that make you feel cold. Avoid sleeping on the floor at all costs.

And those who have trouble getting around in general are included in this category, too.

Those with mobility issues should not sleep on the floor but rather in a bed. Avoid sleeping on the floor at all costs if you have arthritis.

One's health is jeopardized when they lie on the floor.

Healthline has collected the following list of the risks associated with sleeping on the floor. Several instances are shown below.

One, an allergic reaction

It's important to keep in mind that the floor collects more dirt and dust than any other surface in the house. There is a higher probability of this happening if there is carpeting on the floor, as carpets can trap allergens such dust, mold, and dust mites. Those who are allergic to these substances may experience a range of symptoms, including sneezing, runny nose, coughing, wheezing, and trouble breathing.

The second possibility is that you will be exposed to extreme cold.

The floor is often the coolest part of the room when the temperature elsewhere rises significantly. While it may be tempting to take advantage of the floor's natural cooling properties by sleeping there, doing so during the cooler months may have a negative effect on your ability to maintain a healthy internal temperature. It has the effect of making you feel more colder.

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