History About The Ooler Inventors
Over a decade ago, Tara and Todd Youngblood were tired of being tired. Using the art experience of Tara, they started to search for an answer. The majority of the goods they discovered did not fix the issue.
Decided to sleep appropriately, Tara turned to her experience in science. Nearly 300 books and 2000 articles later, it became evident that temperature-controlled sleep has been the response. VLPO Neurons in the brain are a sleeping change, and temperature triggers them.… Read More
Oh no, you hear your alarm clock. We know you cannot believe it. It feels like your mind just hit the pillow because mere moments ago, you were up in your kid’s bedroom nursing or rocking or back-rubbing or offering still another drink of water or giving another persuasive lecture on how there surely is not a monster or a ghost or a giant robot with luminous eyes in their bedroom.
And it is time to start planning for work, sooner than your sleeping husband wakes up, as there’s yet lunch to be made, outfits to be selected and permission slips to be signed. However, you cannot even fault him. He also gave lots of time at the child’s room last night.
You turn on the shower and hope that the water hitting you right in the face will hit … Read More
If you are a chronic back pain sufferer, you are likely all too familiar with how misalignment of your spine and lack of support can cause you a range of health issues.
The human spine is in fact, ‘S’ shaped in it’s normal and healthy state. But poor muscular fitness and tension can pull it out of alignment, and a poorly supporting bed can fail to offer the support that is required.
Orthopedic mattresses are designed to provide proper support to the entire musculoskeletal system. A comprehensive, holistic sleep system can help improve your quality of life remarkably.
There are many types of orthopedic mattresses on the market, ranging from traditional pocket spring mattresses which can be used on a standard single bed frame to modern foam mattresses sold online (like Leesa and Loom and Leaf), to orthopedic … Read More
Sleep, like every function of our bodies, is affected by what we eat and drink and many in-depth studies have confirmed that what we eat can significantly impact a person’s sleeping pattern.
Eating improperly during the day can have a dramatic effect on the quality of the sleep and often it’s the same ingredients that cause the problems.
Sugars and fats can hamper our ability to fall asleep and as a result, lead to many health problems.… Read More
Struggling to get enough good quality sleep at night?
Numerous studies have established that there are more than 70 million Americans suffering from sleep disorders.
Research has also established that between 20% and 40% of all adults suffer from sleep problems every year with insomnia as the most common disorder.
Without quality sleep, chances are high that you may develop health problems, weight problems, energy deficiency and even emotional imbalance. One important determining factor of the quality of sleep that you get every night is the food and the drinks that you take in the course of the day. Drinking caffeinated drinks, for example, has been associated with bad sleep.
However, there are some other healthy drinks which could aid in enhancing your sleep.
Here are the top five healthy drinks for better sleep that you should definitely know about.… Read More
How to sleep better is something millions of people want to know!
Trying to sleep is a tough thing because one little thing can throw off your routine sleep.
However, there are lots of simple but effective ways to help you sleep better.
So, what are the best ways to get better sleep? The following are a few tips to make your night’s sleep better.… Read More
Getting a good night’s sleep is the dream of everyone who has problems sleeping or is not able to sleep unless taking medications. Because we live in a “non-stop” society, more than often we throw sleep out of the window and we forego this important activity in order to get all other things done. Even worse, when we try to sleep, we need at least one hour to stop worrying about what we need to do the following day.
Sleep is paramount for a healthy lifestyle, playing a huge effect on how we feel throughout the day. Therefore sleeping is a vital component of a happy lifestyle. The good news is that you don’t have to take any more pills to fall asleep or reduce the number of daily errands you need to deal with in order to enjoy a … Read More