Thursday, July 17, 2008

High street stores might be shaking in there boots?

You can see how a lot of high street stores might be shaking in there boots at the amount of people who have started doing there shopping online, There certainly is some incredible bargains to be had nowadays if you know where to look on the internet, for example and are both really great ecommerce search engines that can find you some fantastic deals on all kinds of products if your looking for things for the home like a new bed or if its for work and you wanted to buy Buy Office Furniture like a new computer desk you really can save money compared to the prices if you were to buy in the high street, and not only that you don't have the hassle of trying to fit it in the car.

Can't Sleep? here are some reasons why.

If like me sometimes you have trouble sleeping here are some possible reasons why

A Sleep Disorder
In cases of sleep apnea, the throat is blocked during sleep, preventing sufficient air flow to the lungs. The blockage may be caused by the relaxation of the throat muscles, too much fatty tissue in the throat--an obesity-related problem--or a naturally small airway. The condition leads people to snore as well as temporarily stop breathing during sleep, causing them to momentarily awaken.

Whether we're just born that way or it's a side effect of insomnia, some of us are more sensitive to noise at night than others. The temperature of your bedroom can also have an impact on how many winks you get. It's also believed to be better to have a cool rather than warm bedroom. Some studies have shown that it's the cooling off effect you experience after drinking warm milk or taking a warm bath that helps you feel sleepy.

Too Much Napping
You may think you're doing yourself a favor by taking a nap after a restless night's sleep. Think again. Experts say that napping during the day decreases your overall drive for sleep, which builds throughout the day, and may make it more difficult for you to fall asleep at night.

Late Night Eating
Eat a big meal before bedtime and you're asking for a restless night's sleep. Your body may be too focused on metabolizing your meal to relax. If the meal happened to be a big plate of pasta you could wind up waking up hungry in the middle of the night. Experts recommend eating snacks throughout the day so you don't overload at dinner and making sure you don't hit the hay until at least three hours after dinner.

Staying In Bed
If you're trying to sleep but having no luck, do yourself a favor and get out of bed. People tend to think that by sticking it out in bed, rather than getting up and doing something, they at least have a chance of falling asleep. But lingering can increase performance anxiety. After a while you may begin to associate lying in bed with your struggle to fall asleep rather than a restful snooze.

Depression And Anxiety
It's estimated that 40% to 50% of people with insomnia also have depression or an anxiety disorder. New research out of the Centers of Pediatric Sleep Disorders at the University of Rome La Sapienza shows the connection is present in children, too. A study looking at more than 100 children ages 7 to 11 who had a major depressive disorder and 200 of their healthy peers showed that 82% of the depressed, medication-free children had trouble sleeping, vs. 5% of the control group.

Too Busy
A hectic daily schedule can wreak havoc on your ability to get a good night's sleep, particularly if you don't make time to decompress for a half hour or an hour before climbing into bed. Most people need to spend some time processing what's happened during the day and planning for the next to help them wind down.