Whether you are alone or accompanied, you will never repeat it enough, sleep well is essential to be in good health. We often mention the number of hours of sleep recommended to be in shape. On the other hand, there is less talk about the impact of how we sleep on our body. For example, the side on which you sleep but also your position in the bed have a direct consequence on your breathing, your spine or your blood circulation or while using mobile phone or searching good night messages for lovers you get a side position which makes you hard to breathe it doesn’t feel at time but it somehow affects your health.
Thus, before going to bed, priority is given to the environment in which one sleeps. “The first determinant for a restful sleep is the temperature in the room, which must be around 17 ° C. Ambient disorder is also to be avoided,” says Alexander Fernandez, an osteopath, and wellness specialist. To dive into the arms of Morpheus, you must also prepare your brain to go to bed. “It is important to condition your sleep by avoiding the stimulants that would interfere with the rest.” Coffee or soda before bedtime is to be banned, as a screen to send the right message to the brain.
Without being aware of it, the way we place our body has a direct impact on our joints and nerves. Numbness in the morning, muscular pains are sometimes due to a restless night. “The general idea is to unload the vertebral column of all tensions that is why one must avoid the fetal position.” Curled up on yourself under your comforter, in this pattern, your morning may hurt. “This laying in your bed makes you bend the body forward when you are looking cute good night messages for her which will slow the diaphragm’s stroke, and thus slow the breathing,” warns Mr. Fernandez.
Connected objects to sleep?
To improve sleep, start-ups are full of innovative ideas.
Pillow connected. Pillow is able through sensors to analyze the quality of sleep, including the time spent in deep sleep. The various data recorded are, as soon as they wake up, transmitted to a smartphone or tablet.
Dream, a sleep assistant phase by phase. The French start-up Rhythm has chosen a technology by sound stimulation to facilitate falling asleep. His headband Dream, worn on the forehead, scans in real time electrical activity of the brain and according to the data will improve sleep by playing sounds.