Hammocks are something most of us only enjoy when camping, on vacation, or in our yard during the warmer spring and summer months. Often associated with leisure or vacation—there’s a huge surge in every day and indoor hammocks. But is sleeping in a hammock really more comfortable?
With zero pressure points, a hammock can be great from an ergonomic standpoint. That being said, it really depends on the individual. The way in which your neck, back and legs curve might not be comfortable for you. The only way you will know is if you try it for yourself. Also, make sure you test a quality hammock—or it’s a for sure no.
Think Outside The Box
Hammock beds and hammock chairs are popping up everywhere, even in indoor restaurants and cafes. This is perfect because it lets you give them a try. When considering a hammock for personal use, think outside the box. Hammocks are fun guest beds for kids, are inexpensive indoor/outdoor furniture, and are a must-have for camping and long days hiking.
Last but not least remember that not all hammocks are created equally, the fabric, woven material, shape, and size can make all the difference.