Why does people sleep in their own personal hammock in Merida Yucatan Mexico
Here are some questions and answers that may help you to see why we do this:
Does rocking motion help sleep?
Sleep researchers have found that being gently rocked in bed helps healthy adults sleep like babies, as they fall asleep faster, sleep more deeply and rouse less. They also found that rocking leads to changes in brain wave patterns, and might have beneficial effects for memory as well.1 Feb 2019 more info here
Sleeping in a hammock helps with your back?
Hammocks can be good for backs. They support the entire body, taking pressure off the spine, butt, and shoulders. However, you must hang the hammock correctly, and you should be lying in it at a 30-degree angle. It can be uncomfortable to sleep in a hammock with too much sag. more info here
More info coming soon. But if you have any question please text me or email me since I have been sleeping in my hammock since I was born. And when I came to Australia in 2004 with my Australian husband, I kept my tradition. And yes I am still sleeping in my own hammock here in Brisbane :). My kids also have a hammock in their bedroom. And when they where babies, one of my kids had trouble sleeping and I ended putting him to sleep in a hammock. Questions, please ask, I do have a lot of tips to share.
Little by little I am going to be posting more information about this subject. Thanks for reading myself and my team here and in Mexico appreciate all your support.