Top 3 Items To Help You Sleep

Monday August 7, 2017 at 1:00pm

Top 3 Items To Help You Sleep

1. Memory Foam Pillows 

Some pillows are soft to the point of providing no support, while other pillows can be so robust they will force your head into unnatural positions, which can lead to waking up with real neck pain.  

For a good night’s sleep, each pillow should be soft enough to be comfortable, but with enough support to carefully cradle the head and neck, preventing sore and tired muscles and joints.  

Made from uniquely designed material first developed by NASA, memory foam pillows carefully align every small bone in your neck to ensure that the head and neck are held perfectly in place, no matter which position you sleep in. The material moulds itself smoothly to every curve of your head, and neck. 

2.  Pillow Sprays 

Have you heard about pillow sprays? Apply the natural scent to your pillow, and fall fast asleep! Pillow sprays contain relaxing elements that help facilitate relaxation. The pleasant scent will sooth your senses and helps you sleep better. 

3.  Sleep Apps 

We could all use a better night's sleep, and getting more sleep doesn’t always mean getting better sleep. Sleeping apps will watch your sleep cycle, wake you at the best time for a smooth start, and can even pin down issues that may be disrupting your sleep at night.

Sleep Cycle is a very popular iOS sleep tracker. It primarily functions as an "intelligent alarm clock" that promises to wake you up during your lightest sleep phase. 

How it works: You set an alarm for the absolute latest you want to wake up, plug in your smartphone and place it under your pillow or on the nightstand before bed. As we sleep, we naturally flow between phases of deep sleep and light sleep. The app measures your movement and noise throughout the night using the sensors in your phone to determine which sleep phase you're going through. Sleep Cycle will try to trigger the alarm during your lightest sleep cycle within 30 minutes before the time you set to be woken up. According to research, this is the natural way to wake up and will have you feeling more rested when it's time to get out of bed.

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