Our busy schedules already demand a lot of our time and we barely give our body the liberty to heal from the everyday hustle.
Sleep plays the most integral part of a human’s life, as they spend over 1/3rd of their lifetime resting.
Sleep not only relaxes your brain, but it recovers the body from all the tiredness. Having a good night’s sleep is said to have many positive impacts on the body.
- Increase in your immune system
- Naturally detoxing your body off of toxins
- Strengthens your heart
- Prevents from gaining unhealthy weight
- Increases your memory and productivity
A good night’s sleep doesn’t just relate to your sleep cycles and your postures, but includes the kind of platform you sleep on too. Many of us face chronic back and or neck pain. It doesn’t just seem to go away no matter how many medicines we took or the type of yogas we’ve tried.
But most of us fail to realise; is that “the bed” is the real culprit behind all of the agony. It’s either too firm or too soft or just not the right one for you to spend your whole night on. So how do we resolve this issue? Sure, talking to the experts and getting to know your sleep pattern is one thing. You can find any expert from any country through this free email finder tool. It is reliable & efficient and can get you the contact in a blink of an eye.
While you get in touch with your desired practitioner, here are some tips to follow and make sure you find the right bed.
Know your need
Do you wake up with a stabbing pain in the back or neck? Do you feel that you’ve not rested enough? Is your sleep disturbed most of the time? If your answer is yes, then it is time for you to change your bed. It might have sagged over time or isn’t just the right one for you! Examine the pains and discomforts throughout your body while also checking the type of bed you own. Do you sleep on a soft mattress? That can be one of the reasons too. Try checking medium-hard mattresses while shopping.
Hard, Medium & Soft
The mattresses come in different forms. There are innerspring mattresses that use coils to give you strong support for your back. There is memory foam that is soft enough just to contour your body and relieve bodily stress. Most doctors and researchers advise sleeping on such mattresses. Then comes air mattresses that you can blow air as per your requirement. As interesting as it sounds, it is not ideal enough for you to sleep on it if you have any chronic pains.
Try and try until you succeed
There are so many mattresses out there, and the quality differs from company to company too. The one advertising a hard mattress might be a soft one compared to others. My point being, do not just go with the advertisements and give a couple of trials before you settle down on one. Given the current pandemic situation, most of the products are purchased online. So if you’re buying online then I’d suggest you read the reviews thoroughly and make a decision. Also, keep a tab on the return policy. Most companies have a 90-day return option. So it gives you ample time to figure if it is the one!
We hustle so much to (eventually) get some good night sleep and shouldn’t ever compromise on the mattress quality. Understanding the needs of your body is essential to keep it healthy and running for a long time. So listen to it carefully.