At some point in our lives we’ve experienced sleepless nights. Many of which were perhaps results of our own choices like when we stay up late to watch our favorite reality show that unfortunately gets aired right before midnight or back in college when we needed to pull an all-nighter just to finish our thesis project. These, however, are different from people who are struggling with sleep.
Today, many adults are flocking clinics and setting up appointments just to address their insomnia issues. Or if not, they’re probably ranting on social media how restless they are in the morning that they didn’t get a proper shuteye. Whichever the case, not getting enough sleep can be extremely stressful and it affects not just your daily activities and your mood, it also takes a toll on your overall health.
Usually doctors prescribe you with pills for those who are actually diagnosed and often they advise you to change your mattress to a softer one. They also ask whether or not you’re comfortable with the amount of pillows you have or if the pillows are too soft or too hard. Sometimes even when we’ve done everything we can like changing our beddings, sheets, pillows, [Read More]September 29, 2014