May it be exams, an upcoming job interview or even a busy time at work – from time to time we all suffer from stress. But stress isn’t it all bad, it can sometimes even encourage us to work to our best potential! However, when stress becomes too bad it can adversely affect how we sleep at night, which is extremely bad for our health and well-being. In fact, getting a poor night’s sleep when you’re stressed will actually make you more stressed making it a vicious circle.
Everybody loves a bargain, it’s true. Anything we can find for a cheap price can really make our day; may that be a bed frame on sale, a nostalgic video game from your childhood at a car boot sale or even your favourite chocolate bar reduced in the shops. Saving money always brings a smile to our faces.
We all know we need good quality sleep every night. Without it we get poor cogitative function, bad moods and, in the long term, issues like diabetes and obesity. So if you regularly pull an all-nighter at the weekend these side effects might seem like normal day-to-day life, however this need not be the case. All you need is a few simple steps:
These days everyone seems to have some opinion on what the best mattress is. Whether it be your Great Aunt Mary who swears by the idea that the firmer the better or perhaps a colleague who’s obsessed with their new memory foam mattress – how do you know which kind would be best suited to you?
First off, what is an orthopaedic mattress? Well, generally an orthopaedic mattress is a slightly firmer mattress that can help people with back troubles. Around 40% of us a year will suffer from back problems, a lot of which stem from having an unsuitable mattress for your spine.