How to sleep better?
In the pursuit of perfection, human-being climbed the ladder of evolution faster than any other
creature on this planet. We are continuously improving the ways that we do certain things to get
better results and improve the lives of ourselves and those around us. Sleep is no different than any
other subject in that respect. If you are suffering from insomnia, sleep apnea, back pain, or any other
sleep disorder, we can assure you that this is not the end of it. There are many simple techniques
you can try in order to gradually improve the quality of your sleep. Here, we gathered a few
techniques (suggested by the experts) for this purpose.
About sleep positions
People sleep in many different ways. Although the way you sleep might not seem that important at first,
it is shown by many studies that it can have a significant impact on your health. Surprisingly,
the way you sleep also says a lot about your personality. In this website, we group people into six categories (which are
statistically most common) based on the way they sleep and provide personality and health
benefit analysis for each category. Interestingly, there is no single sleep position that
works for everyone. Each sleep position has its own pros and cons. You might feel comfortable in
one sleep position while your friend might not.
Nature of your sleep
The nature of our sleep has not yet been fully understood by scientists. But, over the last few decades,
there have been a lot of advancements in understanding the nature of sleep. Sleep
can be looked at from many different angles (e.g., behavioural or physiological). Our sleep consists of several phases and
there are some really interesting questions that can be asked about it. For example, what is the
nature of our dreams? Is there any connection between dreams and reality? Do all animals sleep? Is
the nature of their sleep the same as human beings'? In case you are interested to learn more, you
can read more about the nature of sleep by clicking the link above.
Sleep health benefits
A good night's sleep can make you feel better and put you in a better mood. But, its importance goes way beyond
that as it has established itself as cornerstone of a healthy lifestyle. Adequate sleep is certainly beneficial for
maintaining a healthy mind, heart, and weight. Lately, there has been a lot of evidence that supports the role
of sleep in our health and productivity. Furthermore, the connection between the quality of your sleep and
your physical health (e.g., lower risk of heart attack) has been proven. Apart from these few
examples, there are many other health benefits and if you want to learn more about how your mind
and body can benefit from a better sleep, you can read more by clicking the link above.