There are many reasons why you wouldn’t want to leave the house to go to a spa. Sometimes just leaving our own home, and interacting with other people is enough to make the wholesome relaxation a little less perfect, even in normal times. With what is been happening in the world lately… All the more reason.
World health day is coming and, at a moment in our collective lives where so much of our day-to-day has been set in turmoil by a health crisis, its significance has never been greater. For everyone who has been spending more time at home, having a regular and sufficient sleeping cycle is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Here is why:
There are few things as influential on our day-to-day lives as sleep. We underestimate it, and sometimes treat it as a luxury, instead of what it is: an absolute necessity. A proper night’s sleep will help with every single area of our health, and we don’t even realize it. Mental health, blood pressure, risk of heart disease and even weight gain are all associated with sleep.
Japan is one of the world’s most iconic design cultures. Everyone can immediately identify a Japanese bedroom when shown one. With its simple lines, discrete colours and delicate design choices, the look is instantly recognizable, and even though it evolves and changes with the passing of time, it always keeps its strong sense of identity.
Books make us feel cosy! We just love enjoying a few minutes of reading before sleep At the end of a long day, it’s such a relief to slide into bed. If you include some light reading before turning off the light, you will relax more easily, it will improve your memory and imagination. Even the quality of your sleep will improve.
If there's one place in your home you should Feng Shui, it probably should be your bedroom. Why, you ask? Well, this is a room where you spend approximately one third of your life, where you sleep and renew your body night after night, so you want to make sure you relax and boost your mood in whatever way you can!
What type of sleeper are you? Apart from sleeping positions, we may all have encountered some of these sleeping styles and personalities throughout our lifetime. New research shows that there are something like 10 types of sleepers. We've selected a few of our favourites. Take a look and see how you can relate: