Hammock the word originated from fish nets, it’s a flexible strap used to support a hanging weight which probably described their appearance. Hammocks are popular nowadays for relaxing in nature as swing, chair, stand or bed. They can be placed in backyard patio, porch and indoors for leisure lounging as well as during outdoor travel on the beach, poolside, camping and hiking. It has spread widely because of its benefit of sleeping off the ground which protects from animals, snakes and insects. Campers and hikers have an added advantage of placing hot coals under them to provide warmth from extreme weather conditions. It’s an ultimate experience to relax while sleeping or resting on swing or chair hammock, banana or eno hammock and beach or camping hammock. Sling suspended in the air gives cool breeze as it allows ventilation with maximum space. Composed of fabric, net and rope, it’s important to make sure the hang is ideal for a good night sleep and it should resemble the shape of a smile or a banana else it’ll limp in the middle or squeeze your shoulders if it’s too tight.
Due to its swaying it has added advantage to cure insomnia, reduces stress, synchronizes brain waves and has cognitive benefits on our mind’s development with better relaxation. While it’s available in huge variety of styles with similar function, they differ in purpose, form and construction. Slide through the guide for a complete perspective of choosing the right hammock intended according to the climate, location, style, material, choice and installation options.