Health & Medical Sleep Disorders

How to Get a Good Night"s Sleep the Natural Way

Recently, a new report in Current Biology trimmed the number of hours of sleep required by a senior citizen to seven from the typical eight to nine hours suggested for younger people.
We have a question for people who study such things: What does time have to do with the quality of rest? You could be in bed for ten hours and if all you did is toss and turn, you would wake up grateful to escape from the battle with only a few aches and pains.
Why tolerate that kind of night when you could wake up totally rested regardless of the amount of time you are in your bed? Isn't that the heart of the issue - how to get a better night's sleep? So how do you get a good night's rest? Here are several suggestions.
  • Don't eat anything for a few hours before bedtime.
  • Drink warm milk before you retire.
  • Eat a bit of turkey or half a peanut butter sandwich.
  • Keep your bedroom cool.
    Only use your bed for sleep and well, yeah that.
  • Go to bed at the same time every night.
    If you can't sleep, get up and do something.
  • Maybe you need an organic mattress instead of acid indigestion?
The key point is not what you should take before bed, it's the bed! You have lines-curves that need to be supported, not straightened.
That's where a natural mattress comes in.
When you let a natural mattress put the curves back where they belong, your body rests.
That's what a natural organic mattress does.
Is an organic mattress that expensive? Not really.
Well, what is eight hours of deep, restful sleep worth to you? Plus, consider all that money you will save when you don't have to go to the grocery store to buy those home remedies that just never seem to work.

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