Featuring design advice by Renata Biala, Design Consultant at Decorium.
Everyone knows that stress is a killer. And while we’re bombarded with an amazing new stress-busting trick seemingly every day, there are a couple of tried and true methods to generally feeling better – drink more water, do more exercise, and get more sleep.
We’ll leave the first two to the nutrition and fitness experts, but we can help with the third: buying the right mattress is an investment in a good night sleep and overall health.
For many, it’s easy to miss out on exercise, as we often don’t have enough time. But the fact is that a third of our lives are spent sleeping, so if there’s one thing we do have time for, it’s rest. A good mattress can provide a restful sleep, helping to eliminate tossing and turning. This in turn allows us to feel rejuvenated when we awaken.
In terms of overall, or holistic health, a good mattress can also lower stress levels by reducing back pain and other physical discomfort. Paying for a quality, comfortable mattress is a personal choice. But because we do spend so much time with it, a good mattress seems like a no-brainer – the best piece of ‘equipment’ we can invest in to promote complete health.