Sleeping is one of the most important activities in our lives but not everyone knows how to sleep right.
Right furnitures and operation: Your bed should has an appropriate hardness, you can not sleep well in a bed that is too stiff because it may cause you body pain, especially for old people and who has osteoarthritis disease. But a good bed should not be too soft, you spine may be curved that leads to organs will be easily pinched or stretched and you can not have a deep sleep. You also should place your bed South-North, you head is toward to North and feet toward to South, the reason is to not be gotten impact from geomagnetic. Your pillows should have a suitable height and softness, 10cm of thickness is the best.
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Sleeping positions for each kind of patients: The most suitably physiological sleep position is to lie on your right, naturally curved body. Though, you still need to study a reasonable sleeping positions according to your current pathology. For examples, patients with heart diseases should consider to lie on their right side for their hearts not being pressed down. For patiens with lung diseases, having a high pillows and changing sleeping positions frequently is quite necessary because of the elimination of the sputum…
Either getting too little sleep or too much sleep has effect on your life expectancy: Your time for sleeping should be a right amount. Getting too little sleep may cause your body stressed and tired that leads to poor job performance. On the other hand, getting too much sleep also cause your flexibility of the body deteriorate, cerebral shell is inhibited for a long time and your body is put on a slow response statement. Modern physiology assumes that a cycle of sleeping has 2 main stages: within and without dreaming which lasts for about 90 minutes each. Experts come to a conclusion after many research projects: An average time for sleeping of an adult is 7,5 hours which means 5 cycles of sleeping. Statistical research results show that both getting too little sleep and getting too much sleep effects on our lifespan, people who have 7 to 8 hours a day to sleep are more likely to live longer.
A perfect environment for sleeping: A good sleep is closely related to the surrounding environment. To have a good night sleep, you should set the bed room temperature for about 10 to 20 celcius degrees, make sure that the room is soundproof or as less the sound as good, you should also set the light to slighty dark or darker, remove electromagnetic radiation, average humidity, consistent ventilation… If you want you can open your windows during sleeping.