Whether you suffer from insomnia or you’re just having a stressful week with little sleep, promising yourself an extra few zzz’s at the weekend is often a way of motivating yourself to get to the end of the week.
Unfortunately, however, a recent study suggests that having a lie in at the weekend doesn’t actually reverse the damage done by chronic sleep loss.
If you’re a fan of guided meditations or white noise, then you may have already heard of the term ASMR. ASMR refers to the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response and is named after a physical tingling sensation which many people have found difficult to explain. Often starting in the scalp and moving down through the limbs, the sensation can be triggered by many different things, from sounds to physical touch.
Snoring is one of those annoying involuntary bodily functions that affects most of us at some point or another. In fact, it is estimated that there are around 30 million snorers in the UK alone. That’s a lot of noise! Whether you’re suffering from a cold or you had one too many beers at the party, it’s fair to say that snoring is pretty normal.
But what if your snoring is something a little more serious?
Whether you’re an ardent gym fanatic or you like to take your exercise a little more slowly, stretching is a key part of any fitness regime. Regardless of age or flexibility levels, everyone can learn how to stretch. The benefits of stretching are so great that it should be a part of your daily routine, whether you exercise or not.
Guided meditation is the latest go-to fix for those suffering with stress and sleep problems. Whether you find it difficult to switch off from the day or you just need a bit of help to drift off in the evenings, guided meditations are one of the best ways to help you achieve a good night’s sleep. So, how does it work?
Whether you’re a chronic insomniac or you just want to enhance the quality of your sleep, technology can help. With solutions ranging from top of the range mattresses to smart pillows, sleep technology is helping people achieve the sleep they need. And we all need to achieve better sleep!