The Danes do life properly. Instead of following home style trends like the rest of the world, they throw away the rulebook and create their own lifestyle, or mood.
If you’ve not already familiar with last year’s Danish design concept Hygge, it centres around the concept of living comfortably and embracing relaxation in your home as much as possible. This is thought to have a knock-on-effect, making you happier with life in general.
There’s nowhere easier to make cosy than your bedroom, so here are ten simple ways you can “go Scandinavian”, from increasing the warmth in your room to sleeping on a specialist Hygge mattress.
If your teenagers are playing up at the moment, it probably comes as no surprise. With puberty playing havoc with their body and minds, their behaviour can be erratic, at best.
But an alarming new study suggests that your child may not grow out of this difficult stage if they aren’t getting enough sleep. And that they’re 4.5 times more likely to commit violent crimes as adults if their sleep patterns don’t improve.
Sleep has been the defining characteristic of so many famous people since the dawn of time, from historical figures and celebrities to iconic characters of fiction.
Here are some of the world’s most famous sleepers from real life, legend, folklore and fairytale. Do you share any of their traits (okay maybe not number one)?
Posted: February 27, 2017||
Everyone’s had a bad back at one time or another. Sometimes you’ve strained it without knowing during the day. Other times you’ve pulled something playing sports. Or maybe you’re just stressed or run down, because that’s a leading cause of back pain too.
Growing up and throughout our adult lives we pick up little myths about certain things that just seem to stick. This is mostly due to them being passed down through the generations but some are just misconceptions that have been talked about so much that they become ‘’common knowledge’’. Here, we debunk the most common sleep myths to help you have a brighter and better quality sleep routine.