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How stress and worry influence your sleep

Scientists have found a direct link between anxiety and rhythm of sleep. When a person has anxious thoughts, his/her heart rate goes up and in turn the mind starts to ‘race’. This causes the brain to become alert and stimulated and start producing beta waves. This happens to someone who worries about something when trying to get to sleep - instead of being calm and subdued, the brain is too aroused to sleep. And to make matters worse, once the brain is stimulated in this way, other worries are activated, making sleep even harder to achieve.

Choosing the best mattress for lower back pain

The importance of sleeping on a suitable mattress cannot be underestimated. Sleeping on an unsuitable mattress can cause or worsen lower back pain. Adequate support from a mattress is necessary to keep your spine in alignment and will help with poor sleeping posture and muscle strains.

'You are purchasing a good night's sleep'

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A mattress is arguably one of the most important purchases anyone will ever make. With an expected lifespan of eight years, it is vital customers select the correct mattress that fulfils their specific needs. This is why anyone serious about ensuring comfort and longevity in a mattress shops at one of Galway’s leading bed specialists, Better Bedding, which, for three decades, has been synonymous with quality and excellence in relation to beds, ensuring that the people of Galway always enjoy the benefits of a quality night’s sleep.

Practical steps to achieve a good night’s sleep

If you are having difficulty sleeping, one of the first things to look at is your bedroom. You need the right environment to get a good night’s sleep. And that means a bedroom that is pleasant, inviting, and comfortable.

How to keep warm on a cold winter’s night

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Better Bedding has some great tips to help you keep warm during the winter nights ahead.

Sleep tips for shift workers

Aim to have at least four hours sleep at the same time every night/morning (eg, 3am to 7am). This seems to help keep your sleep clock regular.

 

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