WELL

SHARES THE BEN­E­FITS OF HAV­ING THE RIGHT MAT­TRESS FOR A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP.

Society Interiors - - PROPERTY WATCH -

Sm­riti Jaju whole­heart­edly be­lieves in Dalai Lama’s quote, “Sleep is the best med­i­ta­tion” and hence she sug­gests that one must have 7-8 hours of com­fort­able sleep in or­der to main­tain a good phys­i­cal as well as mental health. “We spend al­most one third of our life sleep­ing and there­fore we must en­sure that we in­vest in a good mat­tress, which can make us feel re­laxed, re­ju­ve­nated and re­freshed. How­ever, a bad mat­tress is denite, a recipe for disaster as it can cause prob­lems like sleep­less­ness, back pains, other body aches and skin rashes. So, it should surely be avoided”, she sug­gests.

Sm­riti shares de­tails about her pref­er­ence of mat­tress as she says, “I pre­fer to sleep on a soft mat­tress as I con­sider it to be the most com­fort­able one. It is also the best as it molds ac­cord­ing to the shape of your body while you sleep and of­fers even sup­port for all your body.”

She also shares few tips for mak­ing the right se­lec­tion while pur­chas­ing a mat­tress as she men­tions, “Be­fore buy­ing a mat­tress spend ap­prox­i­mately 15-20 min­utes so as to test the mat­tress you want to nally pur­chase for your own self. Com­fort is very sub­jec­tive, so nd out about dif­fer­ent types of soft and rm foam, coil mat­tresses etc. to un­der­stand what is most com­fort­able for you and your part­ner.”

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