It happens to us all; we wake up during the night or even in the morning and know exactly what we’ve just been dreaming about. We can sometimes remember the sounds, sights, and even smells. Sometimes we wake with strong emotions connected to our dreams. As the day passes, we try our best to remember what had been so clear to us that morning but it’s simply vanished.
There’s nothing worse than lying in bed for hours, hoping against hope that sleep will come, only having it continue to elude you. Sometimes this is as a result of too much stimulation before bed, of not keeping to a routine, or of not expending enough energy during our day (if you’re an office worker, for example, and don’t get regular exercise to tire out your body.) Whatever the reason is, it can be frustrating and lead to us dragging our moping bodies throughout the next day. Over time it can even lead to a decline in health and well being. Here are some tips to help you get on the right track so you can spend your night time hours dreaming blissfully away.
You already know when you crawl into bed which sleeping position best suits you, but did you realize that there are pros and cons for your health to each position? Some can quell that loud snore, others can have a negative impact on your back, and some can even help to reduce wrinkles and acne!The right mattress can be a good solution to some of the issues you might suffer due to your sleeping patterns, but it helps to identify them first.Read on to see which sleeping position most matches yours and the possible side effects associated with it.