Are You A Sleep Talker?

Sleep talking can be embarrassing, hilarious, or a combination of both. Formally known as somniloquy, talking in your sleep isn’t usually dangerous, but it could be a symptom of other unhealthy habits in your life, such as:

  1. Stressing out too much. To de-stress before bed time, try drinking chamomile tea and keeping your eyes off screens, opting instead to read or do another calming activity. Hot baths or showers can often prep the body for sleep as well and keeping the lighting dim can help your brain transition from a stressful day at work or school and into a relaxing sleep atmosphere
  2. Not getting enough sleep. Staying up late to binge watch This Is Us is probably not the best idea if you need to get up early in the morning! While that cup of coffee in the morning may help you get started, it doesn’t make up for the restoration your body needs can only get while you’re sleeping.
  3. Substance abuse. “Everything in moderation”. Your habits may be affecting you in more ways than you think! If you think you struggle with substance abuse and it’s affecting your sleep, call the Substance Abuse National Hotline at 1-800-662-HELP.

Sleeping well and sleeping consistently are vital to your daily life. If you’re having trouble sleeping, it may have to do with your sleep environment, like room temperature or simply your mattress. While mattress shopping can be somewhat intimidating, with Climax Comfort, all you have to do is hit the “buy now” button on our website and get your perfect mattress delivered to your front door. Created with top-of-the-line sleep technology, Climax Comfort beds are designed to help you sleep and live better.