Ok, so we all know that standing up straight is essential for reducing headaches and stress and improving our overall health. After all, we’ve been nagged a million times to throw our shoulders back! But did you know that it’s also possible to maintain good posture when you sleep? Here’s how you can keep your spine aligned while you’re resting.
With reports of a heatwave hitting the UK in mid-May, it’s time to start thinking about getting your summer duvet out! But, did you know that there are plenty of other ways to sleep cool on those long hot summer nights?
If you’ve ever been through a particularly strenuous workout or an exhausting series of endurance tests, you will know that turning your brain off at the end of the day can be super tricky. Sure, your body wants to sleep, but your mind can keep racing for hours and hours, causing you to stress out and lose out on much-needed rest and recovery time.
Ever find yourself shuffling around the bed trying to find a cool patch or constantly flipping your pillow in search of the cold side? Well, it turns out there is a scientific reason for this. Research indicates that keeping cool as you snooze not only makes you feel more comfortable but also improves health and well-being.
If the sun wasn’t sign enough, then the steady increase in sneezing and snuffling is a sure sign that spring has arrived. Those that suffer from seasonal allergies may already be feeling the effects of the increase in pollen count. When you’re blocked up and miserable it’s hard to enjoy the beauty that spring brings, it’s harder still actually get any sleep. Don’t toss and turn in discomfort trying to remember what breathing easily felt like, follow these tips and get a better night’s sleep.
If you find yourself constantly turning the pillow in a perpetual search for the cool side, you are not alone! While it’s lovely to be toasty warm underneath piles of blankets, it is the cool side of the pillow that really helps you drift off to sleep.
So, what’s that all about?