3 Reasons Why You Should Nap in a Hammock (Not on a Couch!)

 


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Have you ever marveled how life would be when the mornings do not turn to nights, your stars remain at a fixed position and the mountains and valleys run without twists and turns? It is droning to be part of such a world and drooping to lead this kind of life. So when we admire flexibility and relish the curves and curvatures in life, how can we fritter away the most delightful moments i. e. the time we relax and fantasize by squatting or lying on a stiff and a so called stubborn sofa or a couch? Let us delve into three good reasons to nap in a hammock and not on a couch…

  • The best place to stretch and take a nap is in the open, in the lap of nature on a hammock. All the worries and melancholy take flight when the gushing winds from the East and West embrace you. A small nap can be an experience of a paradise when you swing in your hammock and the tender breeze cuddles you. Only a hammock can give you this feel, the charisma, the ecstasy of cloud nine.

    Hammocks provide you with a harmonious sleep at any and every place. All one requires are any two poles or trees available free of cost to tie the hammock. Couches are immobile. You have to employ tremendous energy and labor to take your couch out to get baked in the sun on a bright winter morning. Not just this but many a times on a couch you wake up with a stiff and aching back that leads you cursing your nap the entire day. Hammocks are supple. It provides you just the right amount of space to adjust yourself. A hammock cocoons you making your nap all the more unflustered and carefree. Hey you can even enjoy a drink unwinding yourself in a hammock!

  • Apart from this blissful experience, a nap on hammock is preferred to one on a couch because of other factors too. A hammock is inexpensive especially in contrast to a couch. You need to scrutinize your budget from top to bottom in order to have a sufficiently large and gracious couch. Couches are perhaps the best to embellish your drawing rooms and lobbies. But they remain less inviting to put your feet up. Often the upholstery used is designed to parade more of grandeur and elegance. In relation to simple unbreakable or resilient hammocks couches are more brittle, magnificent and less comfortable.

  • Hammocks are not just a relished sleeping bed of kids but also of the young and the old. Hammocks can largely be sighted near the beaches, picnic spots, in the garden of a house and at other areas where nature has spread its splendor without wavering. If you are at a beach, wet and weary fervent to take a break and a short nap, a hammock is the first and the best idea. Your wet body can get soaked in the sun leaving the hammock as it is. Thence in comparison to pricey couches, hammocks are more user-friendly. They can be washed, wrapped, tied and unwrapped anywhere.

    So what suits you and your body the best- the big ‘Ouch on a Couch’ or the joyful ‘Yippee on a Hammock’?

    Pankaj andy writes hammock topics. Learn more at http://www.usa-hammocks.com .

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