Sleep On Memory Foam For Better Health

Sitting in front of a computer screen all day can make your neck ache at night. Lifting copy paper boxes and moving office equipment can cause back strain. When you finally lie down to rest a night, your body needs comfort and support in order to recover from a long day at work. How much sleep are you getting, though? You might be lying down for eight hours but are you resting? If you wake up tired, your lumpy mattress and saggy pillow aren’t giving you the support you need. What’s a weary worker to do? Get out of bed and get a new memory foam mattress. Memory foam is a scientifically formulated foam product created by NASA that has been adopted by the mattress industry to create the world’s best bedding products. Sleeping on a memory foam pillow and mattress will reduce the amount of pressure placed on your neck and back at night. This amazing product is sensitive to changes in temperature, and will mold itself to your body, giving the support your body needs in order to sleep deeply all night long. Do you lie awake tossing and turning at night? Once you do drift off, do you wake up again, searching for a comfortable position on the bed? Lack of sleep will affect your health, heighten your stress level, and keep you from doing all that you need to do during the day. Your body needs between seven and eight hours of sleep every night. Proper rest is essential for good health and proper performance. A lack of sleep can cause moodiness, irritability, a lack of concentration and fatigue. To create an environment that will encourage good sleeping habits, try to avoid caffeine and other stimulants in the afternoon. Help your body rela
x in the evening by creating a regular bedtime routine such as taking a hot shower or bath followed by a relaxing activity such as reading a favorite novel. Design a bedroom that invites sleep with subtle lighting, shades or darker window coverings, quality bedding such as sheets with a high thread count and a luxurious memory foam mattress. Memory foam is scientifically designed to allow the weight of your body to be evenly distributed throughout the foam. A memory foam mattress will gently support your body while easing the pressure on your shoulders, back, elbows and knees. Since memory foam molds to the shape of your body, you will rest cradled in the position that is most comfortable for you. Using a memory foam pillow will reduce the amount of stress on your head and neck at night. Because it molds to your form, a memory foam pillow does not need to be pushed or plumped into a comfortable position. Memory foam pillows and mattresses are also durable. With normal use, one mattress may last you 30 years, without needing to be turned or flipped. Memory foam is made from products that naturally resist mold, bacteria and mildew. If you suffer from allergies, you will find that foam bedding made from latex is highly moisture resistant, creating a mattress and pillow that stays (and smells) much cleaner than traditional bedding. If you are concerned about having an allergic reaction to latex based products, make sure your memory foam mattresses are made of all natural latex products. Synthetic latex based foam products are available as a less expensive bedding option. Consider memory foam bedding an investment in your body, your health, and your life

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