The opinion that the best temperature in the bedroom should be between 16 and 18 degrees is outdated.

The optimal sleeping temperature The opinion that the best temperature in the bedroom should be between 16 and 18 degrees is outdated. Experts today generally recommend a room temperature at which you neither sweat nor freeze.

4. Light off Ban all disruptive light sources from your sleeping environment! The hormone melatonin, which is so important for healthy sleep, is only formed in the dark. It ensures that you get tired and sink into a deep sleep phase.

5. Finding the Right Mattress One of the main causes of poor sleep is the wrong mattress. After all, people spend an average of 25,000 hours in their lives on their sleeping mat.

Choosing your own mattress is always a very individual decision. So take a few weeks to buy a mattress. The test lying is very important when making a decision. A rule of thumb says: Particularly heavy people need a certain hardness – at least for mattresses. More tender people usually ask for a soft surface.

One more thing: make sure that the mattress cover is washable at 60 degrees – for the best hygiene.

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6. The right floor coveringSurprising but true: carpet is better than parquet. And for those who are allergic to house dust, a short-pile carpet is ideal because it holds the dust particles falling on the floor better than a smooth floor. Frequent vacuuming is therefore essential.

7. Windows open or closed? There is actually nothing wrong with getting fresh air at night, but noise and pollen can get into the bedroom through an open window. In this case, it is better to ventilate properly for 15 minutes before going to bed.

This article originally appeared in the lifestyle magazine Lifedrive (2019/2020)!

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Karl-Heinz Grasser was too young, too intelligent and too beautiful for the tough conditions of Austrian domestic politics. Which brings us to Cristiano Ronaldo. The comparison lags because the Real Madrid star is undisputedly one of the world’s best footballers, while the ex-finance minister can long discuss where his performance was. But what they both have in common is that they are beautiful men. Could that be the reason why the Portuguese is possibly the most unpopular superstar of all time?people who write papers for students Are the men jealous of his flawless body? If it were so, every second Italian footballer would have to be hated, because they look even better. Ronaldo’s macho poses, on the other hand, are more embarrassing than unsympathetic because they seem so artificial. But here we come closer to the problem: the man is not authentic, which makes it difficult to identify with him. But the main problem is that he lacks humility. Gifted people who want to be popular have to make the rest of humanity believable that their talent does not turn them into aliens. You have to be especially nice, especially polite, especially empathetic. The problem isn’t that Ronaldo is the best. But that he thinks he’s better.

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During this legislative period, there will be more staff in the executive and judiciary. The responsible department heads have agreed on a “Security Pact for Austria” with Finance Minister and Federal Chancellor Werner Faymann (SPÖ): By 2018 there will be 100 additional posts for the prison guards and 1,000 for the police, the Ministry of the Interior announced on Friday.

According to the plans of Finance Minister Michael Spindelegger, Johanna Mikl-Leitner, Wolfgang Brandstetter (all ÖVP) and the head of government, the security area should be significantly strengthened. The annual additional costs for this amount to around 2.2 million euros in 2015, 7.4 million in 2016, 14 million in 2017 and finally 21 million in 2018, always including the costs of previous years.

The 100 additional judicial officers are to be “deployed specifically where there are special hot spots in institutions”. Some of them will also specifically provide for improvements in the juvenile prison system. “With the Security Pact for Austria, we are consciously focusing on more security even in times of tight budgets,” emphasized Brandstetter.

Complicated division

The distribution of the 1,000 additional executive posts is a bit more complicated: 500 of them are intended directly for the police. 200 concern so-called training positions. Normally, new students can only be accepted if a post becomes vacant after the retirement of a police officer, who in turn can only be replaced after two years of training. The aim now is to close this gap in time. The remaining 300 plan items are “filled” by the mobility management from other departments. This means that these officers can be trained as additional police officers or relieve them in the administration.

According to the Ministry of the Interior, the new posts are not allocated with a “watering can”, but rather to the individual departments depending on the workload. The exact breakdown will be broken down by the department in the coming weeks. For Vienna, this could mean an additional 1,000 people by 2015 and up to 300 more police posts by 2018.

More officers on the street

Austria is already one of the safest countries in the world. “With the security pact for Austria, the federal government is sending a strong signal for even more security. I would like to thank the finance minister and the federal chancellor for their clear commitment,” said Mikl-Leitner, confirming her promise that the police reform will not reduce a single district official will. “On the contrary, we will upgrade the regions depending on the workload.” There will be more officials on the street.

“The security of the people in our country is very important to us,” emphasized Faymann. Therefore there will be more police officers in the coming years. Personal security is the greatest human good. “There can be no compromises,” said Spindelegger.

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christian95Sun 27 Apr 2014 21:42

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With the opening of the border Austria became much safer, the more we lock up police stations, the safer Austria becomes, the more savings are made in the army (soon there will even be no fuel for the vehicles), the safer Austria will be …. We should elect these people again that made our country much safer!

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Well then let’s hope that these 1000 additional police officers will not only target drivers but also people with really criminal energy. This constant punishment for drivers only seems like a rip-off, collecting money for the state. And for such reasons, the Kiberians are no longer respected anywhere.

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I can’t hear it anymore, this “Austria is one of the safest countries …”! If we are that safe, then there should only be more murder and manslaughter in the countries around us! There is constant break-in, stealing, ambushed, but we are safe! It is time for more politicians to be mugged and injured so that this detached caste get down to earth!

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for what?? that there are more radar mad people lurking around the roadside ?? our funny kappel stands are not capable of doing your real work anyway. there is a break-in all around and people are touched but where is our executive? radar measurement ….. is much more important and does not endanger your health

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A quarter of Austrians suffer from

Insomnia or difficulty sleeping through the night

. With these expert tips, learn which factors to consider so that you can finally sleep better again.

Thousands of women and men want nothing more than restful sleep – and yet they can’t find it. The perfidious thing is that there are innumerable myths about good sleep, which are often taken at face value. Because the idea of ​​healthy sleep is a common misconception. Would you like some examples? Please: It rhymes nicely that only a clear conscience is a gentle pillow, but it is simply not true. It is important to find the right pillow. Likewise, the belief that you can only sleep well with the window open is a myth. The television, like any light source, is also not a good sandman. And the old home remedy “hot milk with honey” is still a hit to help you sleep better.

1. The right bed for everyone The dimensions of the bed are very important: The ideal width is 90 to 100 centimeters, of course per person, and the length should be around 20 centimeters longer than the sleeping person. It has also been found that beds made of stone pine can improve the quality of sleep – because of the essential oils from the wood, which have a relaxing effect. And the bed should be placed with the headboard against a wall, which is solely to be understood as a “protective effect”, as psychologists believe.

Also read:

The biggest mistakes around sleeping

2. Pillows, hard or soft? Every type of sleeper needs their own, very special pillow. Back sleepers need a neck or neck support pillow, which is characterized by the wave-shaped design plus an indentation for the head. The ideal head cushion for side sleepers, on the other hand, should be thick so that it fulfills its most important task, namely to relieve the intervertebral discs. This prevents tension in the neck and is achieved by allowing the spine to form a straight line up to the pelvis. Stomach sleepers are the most difficult case and, moreover, mostly affected by neck and shoulder tension and back problems. Only a special pillow from a specialist store can help. No matter which upholstery, daily shaking, washing every three months and new purchases after two years at the latest are mandatory.

3. The optimal sleeping temperature The opinion that the best temperature in the bedroom should be between 16 and 18 degrees is outdated. Experts today generally recommend a room temperature at which you neither sweat nor freeze.

4. Light off Ban all disruptive light sources from your sleeping environment! The hormone melatonin, which is so important for healthy sleep, is only formed in the dark. It ensures that you get tired and sink into a deep sleep phase.

5. Finding the Right Mattress One of the main causes of poor sleep is the wrong mattress. After all, people spend an average of 25,000 hours in their lives on their sleeping mat.

Choosing your own mattress is always a very individual decision. So take a few weeks to buy a mattress. The test lying is very important when making a decision. A rule of thumb says: Particularly heavy people need a certain hardness – at least for mattresses. More tender people usually ask for a soft surface.

One more thing: make sure that the mattress cover is washable at 60 degrees – for the best hygiene.

In line with this topic:

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6. The right floor coveringSurprising but true: carpet is better than parquet. And for those who are allergic to house dust, a short-pile carpet is ideal because it holds the dust particles falling on the floor better than a smooth floor. Frequent vacuuming is therefore essential.

7. Windows open or closed? There is actually nothing wrong with getting fresh air at night, but noise and pollen can get into the bedroom through an open window. In this case, it is better to ventilate properly for 15 minutes before going to bed.

This article originally appeared in the lifestyle magazine Lifedrive (2019/2020)!

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A quarter of Austrians suffer from

Insomnia or difficulty sleeping through the night

. With these expert tips, learn which factors to consider so that you can finally sleep better again.

Thousands of women and men want nothing more than restful sleep – and yet they can’t find it. The perfidious thing is that there are innumerable myths about good sleep, which are often taken at face value. Because the idea of ​​healthy sleep is a common misconception. Would you like some examples? Please: It rhymes nicely that only a clear conscience is a gentle pillow, but it is simply not true.