Treating Poor Circulation
- By Adam Turner
- May 22, 2017
There are plenty of disruptions determined to keep us up at night, perhaps none more obvious than the notorious snore, as loud as it is ubiquitous. But snoring is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to poor sleep, and may in fact hint at deeper issues hidden underneath the surface. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to address these problems, which are even more likely on the wrong mattress and pillow. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to improve your sleep. Take our exclusive in-store Sleep Assessment to determine what’s keeping you up at night and find a properly fitted solution.
If you wake up with tingling sensations in various parts of your body or suffer from swollen legs or feet, it’s possible you’re not experiencing proper circulation. You could simply be sleeping awkwardly on an arm or leg, or it could point to other issues, from nerve damage to vitamin B deficiencies, from fluid retention brought on by a poor diet to carpal tunnel syndrome. An adjustable base can be extremely helpful in optimizing your sleep positioning in a way that promotes positive blood circulation, such as elevating your legs. Ergonomic positioning allows you to sleep comfortably, relieving stress from your pressure points and encouraging restorative sleep. If you have high blood pressure or are diabetic, this could make the difference between suffering through the night and a great night’s sleep.
With any luck, you’ve found some small way to help you sleep better at night. If your issues persist, it may be time to see a doctor for a professional opinion. But if your issues can be fixed with a sleep solution, we’ve got you covered. Visit a conveniently located Sleep Outfitters near you today!
Have other sleep issues? Read our tips on dealing with snoring, sleep apnea, and sinus issues, as well as addressing neck, hip, back, and shoulder pain!
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Treating Sinus Issues – Sleep Outfitters
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Tingling in Hands and Fingers When Sleep – What is it? – PoorCirculation.net
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The Benefits of an Adjustable Bed – Spinlife
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