Hammock came to English word trough a long waving way. It came from the Spain who knew it from the Taino, the ingenious people of Caribbean and Florida. The Spanish knew it as hamaca. Along with the time, finally we knew it from the Englishmen, and the name became hammock. As we already know now, hammock is bed made of rope mesh or thick fabric such as canvas hanged on both of its ends where sailors or travelers sleep on it. Now, this bed has variety of types and fabrics. Not only enjoyed by sailors or travelers, now it can be used almost by everyone.