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The Perks of Knowing Your Pressure Points

Posted by Daniel Green on
15% of people who purchase a mattress end up returning it while an additional 15% of people say they'd like to return their mattress but don't go through the hassle. Now there's a better way to guarantee that your mattress is right for you before you purchase. Our Dream Catcher uses pressure mapping technology to match your body and sleeping position with a type of mattress.

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What Pillow is Right for Your Sleep Position.

Posted by Alicia Pileggi on
Often times when talking about getting a good night's rest and finding a good mattress, we forget about the pillow. 25% of your sleep surface comfort comes from your pillow, and it is important to take the time to find the right pillow for you. Your pillow affects the way your neck aligns with your spine, and a properly fitted pillow can alleviate strain on your back and help you get a better night's sleep. Find your sleep position below and find out what pillows are best for you.

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3 Tips on How to Have a Healthy Night's Sleep

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Sleep health is very important to pay attention to. Not only do you feel better when you have a good night's sleep, but your body and mind is healthier as well. Sleep prevents heart attacks and strokes and possibly cancer as well. It also reduces stress and improves your memory. It is also the time your body takes to repair itself from the damage done to it during the day, like from stress or UV rays. But it's difficult sometimes to get a good night's sleep, no matter how much you want to. Here are three ways to get a better, deeper sleep. 

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Do Longer Nights Cause You to be Short on Sleep?

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Everybody's heard of circadian rhythms, the part of our body clock that affects sleeping and waking. What you may not know is that the long nights of fall and winter can affect our circadian rhythms and wreak havoc with your sleep cycle. Circadian rhythms are affected by signals from the environment -- specifically from light or its absence.

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Helping Your Children Sleep

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Children need sleep. Not getting enough sleep can affect their moods, ability to focus, mental growth, and much more. There are many things parents can do to help improve the sleep health of their children. If you feel your child isn't getting enough sleep, try implementing these steps.

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