A bed is a piece of furniture for sleeping or resting, normally with a frame and mattress. It may be covered with sheets, blankets, pillows or other soft fabrics. Beds can be used for one person or two or more people, and they are an important part of most bedrooms. Beds can be made of wood, metal, or other materials. They can be simple or elaborate in design, and they may have a headboard, footboard, or rails. Some beds are designed with built-in storage for clothes or other personal items.
The bed is the focal point of most bedrooms and serves as an anchor to the decor in the room. People often choose bedding that reflects their style and taste, and they may add pillows, blankets, or curtains to the ensemble. Some people make a point of making their bed every day, as it can serve as a small but powerful symbol of order and discipline. They also find that when the bed is neatly made, it makes the whole room look tidy and clean.
Getting up on the right side of the bed in the morning can make for a productive and happy day. Other people, however, have a different opinion about whether or not making the bed affects their mood, productivity, or other factors. Some people believe that simply smoothing the comforter and fluffing the pillows is a waste of time, while others feel that the little act can have an impact.
In fact, a study conducted by CNBC found that 34 percent of those who make their bed each morning are more productive at work. Many of them also claim that it makes them feel more accomplished. In addition to being a positive influence on the workplace, some people report that they are more likely to take care of other household tasks when they make their beds.
Binge eating disorder (BED) is an eating disorder that is characterized by episodes of uncontrolled eating, a sense of shame or guilt associated with the binge-restrict cycle, and a high rate of co-occurring conditions. It can be difficult to detect and treat, but there are effective treatments available.
If you are concerned that you or a loved one is struggling with BED, seek treatment as soon as possible. Equip’s comprehensive ED treatment program includes helping patients and their families unlearn common diet beliefs, rebuild body image resilience, learn a variety of coping skills, and develop healthy eating habits that will last for life. In addition, patients receive a thorough evaluation of co-occurring disorders to support a complete recovery. To learn more about our programs, contact us today. Our caring and experienced team is ready to help you get the life you deserve.