Is there any other feeling better than feeling like you’re floating on a cloud? Or perhaps just lightly swinging through the air? We all have some daydream where nothing holds us down, but it doesn’t have to remain a dream. Welcome to reality where we have wonderful products like hammocks and hammock chairs. They are the ultimate relaxation piece for any home, inside or out.
While hammocks naturally cradle the body and relieve stress, hammock chairs on the other hand can relieve back pain and improve posture. But the main question for any person seeking rest and relaxation is, which is better?
Stay with us as we explore the best of each and compare their differences and respective benefits. Hopefully, by the end, you’ll be a bit wiser and found your perfect match.
Let’s begin with hammocks, the summertime favorite for camping and outdoor relaxation. Hammocks are generally used for sleep. It’s easy to when gentle, warm breezes are blowing across your face and you’re cuddled in a cocoon of soft netting.
Hammocks provide some of the best sleep. Member of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Dr. Steven Park says that the head should be slightly elevated, 10-30% and that people should lay on their backs. Hammocks naturally do this job for us, providing relief and pressure where it’s needed most. Hammocks have also been proven to make you fall asleep faster, sleep deeper, and cure some cases of insomnia.
Hammock chairs, on the other hand, are less for sleep and more for reading, and awake relaxation including meditation, prayer, and just being with one’s self. Hammock chairs are also really great for posture. Since a hammock chair never sits completely still, the netting will apply pressure all over the back and relieve the stress, almost like a massage would.
The netting also conforms to your body so it can help relieve back and neck pain. Hammock chairs are known for improving flexibility, balance, and core strength. Plus, they’re naturally comfortable.
When to Use
This is a very simple question with a very simple answer. Quite plainly it’s whenever you want to just be stress-free and relaxed.
Hammocks are generally used for sleeping and occasional afternoon naps. They can also be used for general stress relief and full-body pressure.
Hammock chairs are great for when you’d like to sit up and relax, such as reading, meditation, prayer or when you have neck and back pain. Hammock chairs are for the awake and upright. Hammocks are for those who wish to wind down, take a nap, relax and/or sleep.
Hammocks and hammock chairs may have different types of usage, but in the end, it’s all for relaxation. So which should you choose?
Overall there are many benefits to both hammocks and hammock chairs. One is great for sleep and resting and the other is great for pain relief.
And while they may seem the same at first, a closer look shows that they differ in many unique ways. Make sure to check out the differences before buying or you may end up with the wrong one.
In the end, we all just wish you peace and relaxation in your new hammock or hammock chair.
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