Twelve subjects were studied on a study conducted and published in the journal Current Biology. It was their objective to observe whether there is a direct correlation between the qualities of sleep which an individual receives when sleeping in a hammock compared to quality of sleep when sleeping on beds.
Did you know that there are over 3,500 species of mosquitoes that have already been described and discovered to the present day? That much species would be enough to fill a whole house. Almost nobody cares about the numbers, but that is astounding to one who takes matters of bugs very seriously.
As a recreational “thing” for most of us, hammocking brings a great deal of stress relief. With the sunlight against the skin, a cool breeze of airbrushing through your hair, and the adoration to beauty which is nature, the hammock is an instrument that lets us find comfort while outside.
Many of us prefer the wind, the sunlight, and the breeze in our face when outside. Others would then favor the scenery, the sites, and nature in its pure form. While these are some preferences of other people, there are some, who wants the thrill of the adventure and choose to stay longer in camp.