The cold winter months mean high season for germs and viruses. One outbreak of the common cold is often followed by another. Wet and cold weather combined with the dry air of a heated room makes the mucous membranes of nose and throat more likely to dry out.
Headaches and sleep disturbances often go hand in hand. Headaches don’t only occur during daytime. Such attacks are also possible at night and can interfere severely with healthy sleep. Conversely, a bad night’s sleep might also lead to headaches. Apart from stress, colds and muscular tensions, sleep disturbances are a main cause for headaches.
There are two kinds of people: those who jump out of the bed fit and alert after the first sound of the alarm clock or maybe don’t even need one. The other ones press the snooze button several times – the sky is the limit. Some even set the alarm clock earlier than needed just to completely savor the feeling of being able to turn once more.
You think, an ergonomic working station is enough to prevent tensions and pain in the neck, shoulder and back? You are clearly mistaken. Tensions and pain often are caused by static sitting.
School has different challenges for our kids and teens. So, instead of chilling in bed they have to get up early in the morning and spend the morning and often the afternoon in the classroom, mainly in a sitting position.
Summer, sun, hot nights. But, how are we supposed to sleep in the heat? The following hints will help you to get relaxing sleep and to wake up the following morning well rested.