What items and products are best for sleeping comfortably? (Weekly Topic Inspira

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  1. Christy Kirwan profile image95
    Christy Kirwanposted 9 years ago

    What items and products are best for sleeping comfortably? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)

    Simple things like mattress material and pillow shape can make a huge difference in the quality of sleep you get. Do you sleep with a neck pillow, a memory foam pad, a body pillow, or fleece sheets? What items help you sleep the most comfortably? Share your tips in a Hub for our latest Weekly Topic Inspiration. For group support and the full WTI how-to, stop by our official Forum thread: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/110973

  2. WhatToCook profile image71
    WhatToCookposted 9 years ago

    We all know Herb tea like peppermint can aid you in sleeping, but did you know that herbs can be used more then just in tea. read more

  3. mbwalz profile image86
    mbwalzposted 9 years ago

    I have Ehlers - Danlos Syndrome and so my body is never comfortable (I dislocate things while I sleep). I have about 5 pillows that I cycle through - everything from soft foam to firm memory foam to a water pillow. We have firm bed with some memory foam - but truthfully, I dream of a pure foam mattress! I also sleep with an extra long body pillow we call "Pat"! It helps support my pelvis, knees, and ankles as well as shoulders when I sleep - at least until I turn over and forget to bring Pat with me!

    1. Christy Kirwan profile image95
      Christy Kirwanposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hey mbwalz, you should totally write a Hub on this for the Weekly Topic Inspiration! It sounds like you've got TONS of knowledge and experience with different sleep aid products that would benefit others.

  4. MarleneB profile image92
    MarleneBposted 9 years ago

    Lavender has long been used as a remedy for insomnia. Research shows that when the lavender scent is inhaled, it produces a calming, soothing, and sedative effect. read more

  5. bridalletter profile image73
    bridalletterposted 9 years ago

    Regaining a comfortable sleep. Sleep disorders will disrupt a normal night of sleep till a person is dangerously sleep deprived. Learn how to sleep in comfort again. read more

  6. bridalletter profile image73
    bridalletterposted 9 years ago

    Tips and Tricks to help people prepare for a sleep study and sleep more comfortably. What to bring, what to avoid and how it all works. Sleep studies are for sleep apnea and other sleep disorders. read more

  7. susi10 profile image95
    susi10posted 9 years ago

    Did you know that dried hops work wonders? You can buy dried hops on amazon. You can then put them in a little bag and put them beside your pillow. They will make anyone with insomnia fall asleep and hops are completely natural. In fact they are so good that the workers who were collecting them from the trees in Germany fell asleep beside the tree! Lavender also works very good too. In fact, to be even more effective, you could make a mixture of lavender and hops. However, always consult with your doctor before you try any of the remedies. I am making no claims whatsoever.

    1. Christy Kirwan profile image95
      Christy Kirwanposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      That's awesome, I had no idea! Please do write a Hub about it for our WTI!

    2. susi10 profile image95
      susi10posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the advice, Christy! I wrote a hub about it in more depth. Thanks again!

    3. MarleneB profile image92
      MarleneBposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Hi susi10, that's such great validation - that the workers fell asleep while collecting hops. I hope the boss understood their challenge. Thank you for sharing your information about using hops as a sleep aid.

    4. susi10 profile image95
      susi10posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Any time, MarleneB!

  8. susi10 profile image95
    susi10posted 9 years ago

    This article explains proven natural home remedies that work to help you sleep better at night and how to beat insomnia including hops, lavender, the yantra mat and  are completely natural. read more

    1. Christy Kirwan profile image95
      Christy Kirwanposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      This is awesome, thanks for sharing! big_smile

  9. Nell Rose profile image86
    Nell Roseposted 9 years ago

    What Dreams may come quote shakespeare. But the problems start when you can't get to sleep in the first place. Here's 10 simple things that will have you nodding of in no time. read more

  10. SJLA profile image60
    SJLAposted 9 years ago

    Mattresses are a good start if you are sleeping on a fifteen year old nightmare that may be your problem. This is where it gets tricky, it all depends on the individual, like me for example I love pillow tops they give me that sleeping on a cloud sensation. My husband likes mattresses that are a little firmer than what I do, but we generally can agree on something in the middle.
    Next i think would be sheets they are what you lie on every night, in my opinion the silk or satin are to slippery, although they stay nice and cool in summer. I like cotton its comfy, and it breathes which is good, because my husband sweats.
    i also have to have a comfortable blanket, I don't like them to heavy but to light and I am freezing. When it comes down to pillow they cost a bit more, but feather pillows are amazing, they keep cool and hold shape well.
    All in all i find that the pillow is the hardest part for me to get right, if I am at a friends house and the pillow is lumpy I just can't get to sleep.

    1. mbwalz profile image86
      mbwalzposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      It's amazing to think that people slept sitting up, fearing death if they slept lying down at night. I agree that the "foundation" to a good night's sleep is the environment. Must not have tv in your room, should be dark and peaceful.

  11. watergeek profile image94
    watergeekposted 9 years ago

    Flannel sheets in winter. Awesome! Especially if you sleep with no clothes on. Then its cuddle city and warm. Discovered the concept first when a Peace Corps volunteer in Africa. Slept in a cold concrete house with no heater. The only (and best) way I could keep warm at night was to strip down and wrap myself up in a blanket. When I got back to the States I started buying flannel sheets for winter and have been happy with them ever since.

  12. barbat79 profile image64
    barbat79posted 9 years ago

    I have submitted my hub:

    http://barbat79.hubpages.com/hub/How-I- … Wonderland

    In this I share many of my ideas and assimilated suggestions.
    Good topic! thanks!


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