Have you ever woken up from sleeping, and found yourself unable to move? This horrific phenomenon has been happening to human beings since we’ve been conscious enough to talk about it, but it’s only been in the last century that we’ve been able to give it a name and start to analyze why it happens to us.
If you’ve got it, it’s hard to focus on anything else. Back pain is pervasive and, if left unchecked, can dramatically impact your quality of life. If you suffer from back pain and you haven’t purchased a new mattress in this decade, I can’t recommend upgrading enough. It will make a difference. So let’s explore some of the latest and greatest mattresses designed with your back in mind.
Though diet, exercise, and healthy routines can aid your pursuit of a better sleep, you shouldn’t underestimate the importance of owning a quality mattress. A comfortable mattress can help you fall asleep faster and even prevent you from tossing and turning. Today, we’ll explore the top five mattresses of 2018 so that you don’t have to.
A good night’s sleep is what we all need to wake up rejuvenated in the morning, ready to take on the world. Without the necessary rest it is a battle to get through the day, maybe even painful. But did you know that the benefits of good sleep go beyond our wakefulness and play a role in our overall health?
Have you ever been asleep, started dreaming, and suddenly realized that you were in a dream? Lucid dreaming is the ability to recognize when you’re in a dream and use that knowledge to control what happens to you when you’re asleep.
Ever wake up in the morning mad at a spouse or friend because of something they did during a dream you had that night? Dreams can be powerful, confusing, beautiful, and seem like reality when an individual is deep sleep.
The average person spends a third of their life counting sheep. That’s a heck of a lot of time spent incapacitated. And though it may seem as if time “tucked-in” is time wasted, the research begs to differ. It’s true! A healthy body and a healthy mind depend on healthy sleeping habits, but you know that already. What you may not know is that your “down in the evening, up in the morning” sleep strategy is but one example.