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Things you didn't know about insomnia treatments

Things you didn't know about insomnia treatments

Have you ever suspected that you have insomnia or lack of sleep? Are you sure you have found the most effective treatment for insomnia? Here is the real answer. for methods that seem to work but turn out to be completely wrong! 

Insomnia is actually a type of sleep disorder. People with insomnia often have a hard time falling asleep, either sleeping but not sleeping deeply or experiencing both conditions at the same time. They also often feel less alert when they wake up, tired during the day. Causes come from many sources such as menopause, stress, sleep apnea, anxiety, depression or prolonged periods of insomnia.

In fact, the APA (American Psychiatric Association) states that about a third of adults report symptoms of insomnia. But only 6 to 10 percent of those confirmed had symptoms severe enough to be diagnosed with insomnia. Also because there is so much information on how to treat insomnia, it makes us increasingly misunderstand this syndrome. So the truth is that the 5 most popular ways to treat insomnia below are as effective as rumors, let's find out with Ru9!

1. People think the white noise of the TV helps to relax before sleeping

In fact, TV also aggravates insomnia.

While some people like to use the white noise of the TV to get a good night's sleep, the volume and light of the TV can actually degrade sleep quality and wake you up in the middle of the night. If you are used to using noise as a background to sleep, it is better to use a fan or white sound generator.

This habit also violates golden rule of sleep hygiene - use your bed only for sleeping and sex . If you regularly go to bed and watch TV, you are at risk of developing psycho-physiological insomnia. Reading a boring book or newspaper in dim light might be a better option.

2. People think napping to make up for lack of sleep

The truth is that napping can prevent you from getting a good night's sleep.

Depending on the time of day, napping can be beneficial or harmful to your nighttime circadian clock. Especially sleeping after 3pm during the day, they will disrupt the ability to fall asleep at the usual bedtime at night.

If you have a habit of napping, keep it at the same time every day. Avoid late naps and keep naps under an hour. The period between 1pm and 3pm is usually the best time to take a nap without affecting your night's sleep.

3. People think sleeping pills cure insomnia

The truth is there is no evidence that sleeping pills can cure insomnia.

In fact, only cognitive behavioral therapy has been shown to be the most effective for treating insomnia. In a study published in the journal BMJ Open in February, researchers also found that people who took prescribed sleeping pills were five times more likely to die than those who didn't. .

It is true that today's sleeping pills are safer and more effective than many older drugs, but all drugs have potential risks, including the risk of dependence. So always talk to your doctor before using sleeping pills!

4. People think to fall asleep with a glass of warm milk or herbal tea

The truth is, there is little evidence that foods aid or interfere with sleep.

Both types contain substances that help relax, reduce anxiety and facilitate better sleep at night: milk with tryptophan and green tea with theanine. However, there is no evidence that a single glass of milk containing enough tryptophan or tea containing theanine significantly affects the body's natural production of melatonin or independently treats sleep disorders.

Melatonin is a natural hormone that plays a role in sleep, and over-the-counter melatonin supplements are gaining popularity. But if you take the supplement before bed and are ready to sleep, it's too late for it to help.

5. People think using expensive mattresses to buy good sleep

The truth lies on the expensive mattress gives peace of mind, but Not sure your body rests too.

There are many choices in how people buy mattress sleep: good size soft hardness and no absolute price. Regardless of whatever your choice for bed, make sure comfort comes first and an expensive mattress won't solve your sleep problems.

Research has found that swapping out an uncomfortable bed for a new one can help you get an extra 42 minutes of sleep each night. If you suffer from aches and pains and wake up at night because your mattress is uncomfortable, it's time to get a new one.

The truth about memory foam mattress improves sleep 

Memory foam mattress is extremely suitable for people with insomnia - not only helps to sleep well, but also prevents back and neck pain caused by other mattresses. As well as increasing comfort to help insomniacs fall asleep easily. Because of its comfort and absence of noisy springs, a memory foam mattress is the first step in fighting insomnia.

A memory foam mattress is a good first step in fighting insomnia.


Memory foam and Ru9 contour foam are personalized for each person

 Choose a mattress that should take into account your weight and body size as well as your physical conditions, including back pain, neck pain, arthritis, sleep apnea... Normally the mattress fits properly. What works for someone else may not be right for you. But after thorough research and testing, Ru9 mattress was created to perfectly hug the natural curve of the spine, ensuring the health of the user.

Breathable open particles in premium absorbent spandex foam layers and covers

Some people may be afraid of memory foam mattresses, such as menopausal women with night sweats. Because the foam layer retains heat around the body, increasing the temperature at night. However, the Ru9 mattress has a combination of cold gel particles in memory foam that are activated when exposed to body heat, providing a cool sleep.

Activated foam material regulates the temperature of contact surfaces, providing you with a cool night's sleep.

A 100-night mattress experience in your own bedroom

The Sleep Council also spends less than two minutes trying out a new mattress, even though they spend about 3,000 hours lying down each year. It's unlikely that when you go to the store, trying all kinds of sleeping positions will help you find a comfortable mattress for you. So spend more time discovering if it's comfortable or not. Memory foam Ru9 gives you 100 nights to try, if not satisfied, we will take back the mattress and refund 100%  

Several sleep aids can help relieve temporary insomnia symptoms. But there is no cure for long-term insomnia. Therefore, addressing underlying health problems and creating your sleeping environment is the best cure for insomnia. And with memory foam, the Ru9 mattress can be a constant companion through your every sleep!