Bianca De Leon - September 1, 2020
Hammock Sky Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Buying a hammock from Hammocksky is an investment piece. It is understandable to have some questions before you make your purchase. Read on below for some of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Hammocksky hammocks.
Are Hammock Sky hammocks bad for your back?
Not at all. Hammock Sky hammocks provide zero point pressure relaxation to ensure that you will not experience any body pains or aches in your sleep. There is no tough or uncomfortable point of contact that will make this an uncomfortable sleeping spot.
There are also plenty of hammock variants to choose from so that you can select the one that best suits your back needs. If you like sleeping while sitting up, try a hammock chair.
What's the best hammock for sleeping?
Hammock Sky Brazilian hammocks are the best hammocks for sleeping. They allow the user to fully stretch out on the fabric for a more comfortable resting position. This has a zero-pressure point contact that makes you feel as if you are suspended in the air. That means you no longer have to worry about body pains that result from pressure points between the surface you are sleeping on and your body.
Why are hammocks so relaxing?
Ever since time immemorial, humans have always associated with being swayed or gently rocked with a sense of comfort. Babies calm down when gently rocked to sleep and this
Do you need a pillow in a hammock?
This depends. Most hammocks are comfortable enough to sleep in without the need for any pillow. You can definitely use pillows for extra cushioning, to elevate your head, or for something to hug. It is advisable to use one with extra firmness or structural integrity for the best benefits. Something too fluffy could make the entire sleeping area uncomfortable since the hammock itself has no pressure point, to begin with.
Is it healthy to sleep on a hammock?
Yes. There's nothing wrong with sleeping on a hammock for extended periods of time. As a matter of fact, you can reap numerous health benefits from doing so.
There are numerous studies that show that hammocks can improve your sleep by alleviating any sleeping conditions like insomnia, anxiety, and depression. The soothing sensation helps induce your neurotransmitters to release "happy hormones" like dopamine and serotonin. These hormones help combat the cortisol or stress hormones in the body.
Another health benefit you can get is the alleviation of body pain. Hammocks offer a zero pressure point sensation which means that there won't be any impact points that can cause joint discomfort and muscle pain. You'd find that body pain often occurs if your bed is too hard or has too many pressure points that immobilize your muscle groups in your sleep.
Is a double hammock too big for one person?
Not necessarily. In terms of size, one person can comfortably rest in a double-sized hammock. There is no issue with the size even if the fabric appears to be excessive.
Normally, double-sized hammocks are designed to carry up to 400 pounds of body weight. It can accommodate up to two people maximum. Double hammocks are also wider than normal in order to accommodate more users. They measure five to six feet wide.
How far apart do the trees have to be?
The distance between the trees for a hammock depends on the type of hammock you purchase. There is no distance necessary if you purchased a hammock chair because that only needs one reliable point from which it hangs. If you purchased a Brazilian or banana hammock, the distance depends on the length but the average distance is 10 to 15 feet.
Make sure that the hammock is tied securely to the tree. For the best results, use the Hammocksky tree straps to ensure that the hammock stays put throughout the night. This is made of durable seat belt polyester so you can trust it to be durable and strong.
What is a Brazilian style hammock?
This is also known as the gathered-end hammock. It is meant to be used with a deep sag that is meant to cushion the user. This is one of the most uncomplicated hammocks among all types, with its usage dating to thousands of years ago. It is made of rectangular fabric with tapered ends.