Just because you do something frequently does not ensure that you are master of it. And the classic example for the same is sleep. Even though you sleep pretty much every night, there is so much that we do not know about it. Surely you sleep every night(and sometimes during day as well) but can you say that every night you get quality sleep? Probably not! The adequate quantity and quality of sleep plays an important role in shaping your mind and body.
Your everyday life, especially working environment and working schedules determine how much rest you require. Sadly you can do so little in this regard, but you can definitely do few things to ensure and boost a good night sleep. So here are some tips for you so that you can say goodbye to fatigue during day and say hello to dear sleep while tucking in your mattress in Ireland.
1. Make a sleeping schedule and adhere to it everyday
Scheduling is a good thing especially when it comes to sleep. Lying down in your bed at same time each day is the first step towards a healthy sleeping. Sticking to your usual sleeping time is most important even on weekends. Usually you tend to sleep early on weekdays in order to get up early for office and stay until late night on weekends and then sleep till noon. This practice should be reformed and try to go to bed each night at same time.
2. Ensure that your bedroom has ideal temperature, light and sound
The amount of light, sound and temperature can affect our quality of sleep. Thus, you should ensure that the room in which you sleep on should have ideal amount of temperature as its fluctuation may wake you up between sleep. Similarly use curtains to block excessive light entering through windows.
3. Buy and sleep on the right mattresses
Sleeping on the right kind of mattress in Ireland makes a your sleeping experience much better but sadly, most of us pay very little attention to what kind of mattress we are sleeping on. You should always buy the one according to your specific need.
4. Switch off electronic appliances before going to bed
The artificial blue light produced by the gadgets take away our sleepiness and makes sleeping more difficult. Thus switch off these electronics 1 to 2 hour prior to bedtime.
There is no denying that sleep sounds like a relief after a hectic schedule. Those 6 to 8 hours sleep a day is what allow us to deal with everyday stress. As we grow up, our love for sleep grows more and more and we fall in love with beds in Ireland. Ideally our sleeping duration is supposed to relax our body and rejuvenate us, but sleeping in the wrong posture can result in stressing the body even more.
You fill find lots of people who sleep on their stomach, but can it cause any trouble or help to sleep better, let’s find out.
Let’s start with spine
Several stomach sleepers experience some sort of pain, either in neck, joints or back. The magnitude of this pain can affect the quality of sleep and thus can result in fatigue and restlessness during the day. Several studies suggest that sleeping on your stomach can strain your back, especially your spine. The prime reason being the fact that most of the body weight lies in the middle portion of the body, i.e around the spine. Sleeping on the stomach makes it difficult to uphold the neutral position of spine while sleeping. Thus the stress on spine increases significantly. Since the spine is the main controlling head of the nervous system, several body parts feel numb after waking up.
Then comes the neck
Since you cannot breath across your pillow, you need to turn your head to either side of the pillow. This results in twisting and misalignment of the neck with the spine. You are less likely to feel any major change after a single night sleep or for a while as that matter of fact, but after a period of time, you are more likely to notice the strained neck and eventually result in major neck injury. A portion of neck called the herniated disk gets jammed after a long period of sleeping on belly and can cause rupture of a gel like substance and can result in severe damage in long run.
Dealing with the snores
The only benefits you can get from sleeping on your stomach is significant diminishing of snoring and sleep apnea.
Extra caution for would-be-moms
When you are eating for two, remember to get adequate sleep for proper growth and development of the baby. Also avoid sleeping on belly at all cost as it can cause some serious trouble for your little one. Moreover while sleeping on back, your baby does not get squeeze between your belly and your bed and thus gets adequate room to stay comfortably.