On average, humans spend a third of their lives asleep. Therefore, your sleep environment also has a massive impact on your time awake. Accessories such as pillows are more than just aesthetics - they can be the crucial difference between a decent night’s sleep or a depressed day ahead. People see sleep as something that allows you to function, however, it is a lot more holistic than that. It is crucial for not only your physical health but also your mental health. So, today we’ve decided to highlight all the benefits and considerations of buying a good quality bed that might help you see that investing in a new one is the way to go.
Advantage number 1: Reduced stress levels
We’ve all had those nights where we’ve just tossed and turned but couldn’t get a wink of sleep in. We then woke up groggy and desperate for a longer kip - when in reality it was our beds that really weren’t helping us. By investing in a quality bed you’re ensuring that you'll get a restful night’s sleep in and wake up confident for the day ahead. Adults generally need about 7 to 8 hours of sleep a night which can leave individuals feeling a lot happier and a lot less burned out. Not sleeping this well for only about 2 weeks can leave a person as mentally deficient as though they hadn’t slept at all for 3 days!
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Advantage number 2: Improvement to health
When a distraction occurs in our lives, sleep is usually the first thing that goes out of the window. However, you might not be so keen to forgo it if you knew the truly serious repercussions it could have on your health. A lack of sleep has been linked to a myriad of health disorders such as heart attacks, heart disease and diabetes. So, if your bed doesn’t feel comfortable enough to sleep in it, why would you? If that wasn’t bad enough, a study conducted on people who had had disrupted sleep for four days, found that their blood glucose levels rose to those classified as ‘pre diabetic’. The wealth of concern over lack of sleep cannot be underestimated.
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