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  • Bed may one of the reasons for Insomnia
    By Health Blog on April 13, 2010 | No Comments  Comments

    Retiring to bed each night is one of the best parts of the day. After dealing with other people for hours and exerting not only our bodies but our minds, finding solace beneath the sheets offers comfort. When that solace doesn’t come and we’re instead fighting against insomnia, our bed becomes a much less comfortable environment.

    There are many natural approaches to curing insomnia. Some involve exercise, others taking an herbal remedy or drinking a warm cup of specially brewed herbal tea. Another less obvious remedy might be in our own beds.


    Trying to sleep in an uncomfortable bed can lead to insomnia. Beds wear out and if yours is getting old it might not be providing the support that you need. Naturally we become used to the feeling of our beds and we don’t always recognize if it’s losing firmness.

    It’s important to also note the condition of the pillows that you are using. If they have seen better days, they might be contributing to your inability to sleep. Your head and neck might not be in a comfortable position and as you toss and turn to find a spot to drift of in, you are wasting moments that are better used sleeping.

    If you do find that you are waking up feeling tired, examine your bed. Check to see if it’s sagging and if any of the springs are poking through. Also if your pillows aren’t plump it might be wise to invest in one or two new ones.

    Simple steps like this are a great way to get a better night’s sleep. We all want to do things in as natural a way as possible including treating insomnia. If you are able to do that simply by updating your bed, you’ve invested in years of better sleep.

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