Insomnia and Memory Foam Mattresses
Many people suffer from insomnia - about half the population at some point during the course of their lives. Women are more likely to suffer from it than men, and it's a real problem. It might seem like missing a little sleep won't hurt you, but insomnia suffered regularly can cause real mental and physical problems. A lifetime of insomnia can make you sick, irritable, depressed, or otherwise ill. That's why it's so important to get treatment right away if you have this problem.
One way to get relief from your insomnia and sleep better is to switch mattresses. The problem could be where you're sleeping. Cheap or old mattresses often cause problems sleeping, causing you to wake up more often or sleep fitfully. They could even make you a lighter sleeper. Switching to a good quality foam bed could be the answer to all your problems, helping you get better, deeper, healthier sleep on a regular basis.
Memory foam mattresses are comfortable, relaxing, and offer the kind of support you won't find in a regular bed. That means better sleep, less pain, and lower chances of waking up in pain or emotional distress. If you've been suffering from neck aches, back pain, or joint problems, you'll find it a lot easier to sleep pain free if you choose a mattress made from memory foam. Plus, these mattresses produce no noise, and decrease tossing and turning by as much as eight percent.
Remember, it's sleep quality, as well as time, that's so important. Many people think they get less sleep than they do. Most insomniacs manage six hours a night. However, that sleep is low quality and doesn't leave them feeling rested. That's why so many people think they're not getting any sleep. Add in the anxiety that comes from feeling like you've been up all night, and you'll have even more trouble getting to sleep. Avoid sleeping pills and other drugs. Change your mattress and change the way you sleep.
Avoid alcohol or caffeine near bed time, relax before you head to sleep, and try to keep the same schedule every night. Avoid reading or watching television in bed, as well as other activities that might keep you up. If you can't sleep, do something boring for a while until you feel tired, and don't nap if you can help it. Naps just interrupt your already problematic sleep schedule. Wake up at the same time every day, and choose a mattress that encourages good quality sleep, and you'll find that your insomnia is a thing of the past.
So, if you're someone who can't sleep, you're not alone. Most of us will have this problem at some point during our lives. However, you don't have to feel stuck with it. Take the time to change your habits and have a look at your bedding. A few changes could give you the peace and restful sleep you've been hoping for. No one should have to deal with all the side effects of not getting enough sleep. Take care of yourself and make sure you have a great memory foam mattress, and see if things don't get better.
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