Falling asleep is a complex process: there are no secrets to promote rapid falling asleep, but a rhythm can be respected. Here’s how.
Sleeping on your back compresses the rib cage, sleeping on your stomach causes neck pain, sleeping on your side sags your chest … But then how do you choose your position? For comfort? For medical reasons? We list the advantages and disadvantages of the positions to adopt for sleeping at night.
France is the third largest European consumer of sleeping pills. However, their side effects and the risk-reward balance are increasingly calling them into question. To sleep well without sleeping pills, promote a serene atmosphere in your bedroom, adopt a healthy lifestyle and comfortable bedding are the first aid measures that will benefit your sleep.
You are in front of your computer or leaning on the coffee machine, your eyes start to get heavy? Are you unable to concentrate? The day is far from over! How about a micro-nap? We are not offering you a nice 2 hour nap under a duvet, but rather 10 minutes period of rest to get back in mental shape!
It’s 3 a.m. and you’re wide awake. There’s no point in turning over in your bed, that’s not how you will fall back asleep. So we are going to suggest some activities to pass the time and maybe help you fall asleep.
We all have our own circadian rhythm: a biological clock which regulates our organism and which directly influences our sleep. How does it works ? Everything happens in your brain and in its interaction with your environment