Among the factors affecting a pill’s ability to breakdown and disperse, there is also our body position. It turns out that
sitting upright, or
lying down on your back, left side, or right side
accounts for more than 80% of how fast a pill breaks down.
The worst position for pill dispersion is lying on your left side.
Here’s a simple and common-sense advice: avoid lying on your left side after taking a pill, especially if you take a lot of pills known to be irritating or poorly dispersed.
Also, do not lie down for at least an hour after taking pills or having a full stomach, especially if you suffer from gastroesophageal reflux condition (GERD). Standing or sitting upright helps decrease the risk for reflux.
Needless to say, these recommendations also apply to taking the Uribiotic capsules.