Key facts about sleep
Sleep rejuvenates body – it helps wounds heal, maintains the internal organs, and keeps the skin fresh. Sleep helps overcome all worries and stress the day has put upon you. It helps you start the new day in top condition, physically and mentally.
How to achieve a good sleep?
The room itself is important – temperature, humidity, furniture in it. Factors such as age, physical activity, smoking, and many others also affect your sleep. If you spend more time positively thinking, walking in nature, pleasantly conversing, exercising or working with satisfaction – it is more likely you get good sleep. The most important factor, however, is the mattress you sleep on. It could be a friend or an enemy to your body. The body itself knows whether you have a problem with your mattress, but you have to listen to it.
Which type of mattress gives best orthopaedic support for the body and best prevents strain in the back and spine?
A recent study showed that 95% of US orthopaedists think that the mattress is vital for preventing back pain, and 92% are against using very hard mattresses. The inner and outer design of the body is not adopted for long periods of lying down but we spend a third of our life that way. That is why we must choose our mattresses very carefully.