For a universal rest
We all deserve to wake up refreshed
How many times have you woken up with neck pain? Or have you spent the day with back pain?
Muscle aches and pains can have many different origins, but quality rest allows us to relax our muscles and give them the recovery time they need after a long day.
In addition to choosing the most suitable mattress for our needs, the pillow is the most personal product when it comes to rest and must be adapted to our specific characteristics in order to provide comfort and cosiness, but also health. Our range of pillows covers from high quality fiber pillows with the widest variety of firmnesses and finishes, to the most ergonomic viscoelastic fillings or natural materials such as latex.
Covers, protectors, quilted mattress protectors or toppers are just as important, providing protection and comfort to make sleeping a comforting experience and improving it considerably.
For example, the combination of mattress cover + quilted mattress protector or topper provides extra comfort thanks to its quilted filling. If you suffer from back problems, tend to sleep in bad postures or are looking for the feeling of a soft bed, this is the ideal choice, as it relieves pressure at the contact points between the body and the mattress while protecting it at the same time.
Let your muscles rest too
What is the best posture when standing?
- Shift your shoulders back a little.
- Put your weight mainly on the tips of your toes.
- Keep your feet parallel to your shoulders.
- If you have to stand for a long time, shift your weight from your toes to your heels or from one foot to the other.
- Tuck your stomach in.
- Keep your head straight without tilting it forward, backward, or to the side.
- Let your arms rest naturally at your sides.
What is the best posture when sitting?
- Adjust the height of the chair so that the soles of your feet rest flat on the floor. You can also use a footrest.
- Keep your knees bent at 90°.
- Put your feet parallel and at the same level.
- Avoid crossing your legs.
- Keep your buttocks at the back of the chair and distribute your weight equally on both sides.
- Rest your back straight against the backrest, respecting the curvature of your lower back. If necessary, use a rolled towel or lumbar cushion.
- Keep your head straight and relax your neck and shoulders.
- Try not to stay in the same position for too long. It is recommended that you get up for a few minutes for every hour you sit down.
What is the best posture when sleeping?
- If you sleep on your back, we suggest putting a small cushion under your knees to naturally rest your body on the mattress.
- If you sleep on your side, you can put a cushion between your legs.
- Alternate sleeping positions whenever possible.
- Avoid sleeping on your stomach as you tend to strain your neck.
- If you suffer from low back pain, the best position is the fetal position, on your side, bending your knees until you are comfortable, and to top it off, you can put a cushion between your legs.
- If you have neck problems, it is recommended to sleep on your side or on your back. In addition, you can use a neck pillow to relax the cervical area.