Every year, Americans spend hundreds of millions of dollars on medication and therapy for sleep-related problems. Some have nightmares; others wake up every few minutes, and most just cannot ever seem to fall asleep. Our first reaction to hearing someone talk about their sleep problems is to suggest therapy. Part of it is our culture and part of it has to do with our lack of understanding of the process of sleep itself.
As research shows, most of their predicaments do not require a therapy session or expensive medication.
Change their Bedrooms’ Stuff
By making lifestyle changes and allowing a certain energy flow in their homes and bedrooms could make all the difference and give them the sleep they so crave and need. Rather than paying hefty fees to therapists and the pharmacists, if we invested in things that could affect our sleep more directly, we would be in a lot better position. Instead of trying to find the answers in the therapists’ office, how many of us think about redoing our own bedrooms? Most people sleep soundly in a hotel room but cannot seem to get the same quality of sleep at home. It is always the case that the more expensive the hotels we stay in, the better the sleep we get.
We just assume that it was because we were tired that we slept well but that is not the right answer. The high-end hotels know the secret. They have the knowledge and the money to invest in luxurious bedding arrivals. The bedding sets make our body feel a certain way, allow better transference of heat, and feel fresh thus we sleep better at hotels. So if we have the funds to spend at the therapists’ and the pharmacists’, why not invest a little closer to home or rather in it? It doesn’t have to cost thousands of dollars, just a single luxurious bedding set could make all the difference and you will be surprised by the results.