Did you know that everyone dreams at least 3 – 6 times per night, and around 95% of us forget our dreams by the time we get out of bed? The brain is quite active during sleep which causes usContinue reading
Most of us will experience neck pain at some time in our lives. The causes of neck pain can vary from bad posture and muscle strain to nerve damage or injuries induced by an accident or fall.
Regardless of the cause, when you’re suffering from neck pain, trying to get comfortable can be an issue, particularly when trying to sleep at nightContinue reading
Many of us suffer from shoulder pain, whether on an occasional or an ongoing basis. Such pain can be caused by pre-existing conditions, injury, or even by how you sleep.
A surprisingly small proportion of people sleep on their back (just 6.63% according to our 2020 ‘Big Irish Sleep Survey), despite the benefits it offers. Sleeping on your back keeps your spine aligned and relives pressure points, as well as reducing pressure on the heart.
Do you sleep on your front, lying on your stomach? You’re not alone! In our ‘Big Irish Sleep Survey’ 2020, sleeping on your stomach was the second most popular sleeping position