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The Mattress Warehouse Bed Blog is committed to developing and presenting an exciting blend of news, guides, and commentary on the latest from the world of mattress, box spring, bedroom furniture and bedding product manufacturing and marketing.
We will not only feature inviting content on our own lineup of products but will also provide our own unique insight on a range of bedding products you’ll be able to find out across the Web. Our stories will be complimented by an attractive array of exciting photography so the Bed Blog also captures the striking visual appeal these products have as well! It’s all here at the new Mattress Warehouse Bed Blog at SleepHappens.com! Come and experience a new and vibrant take on sleep here at the Bed Blog and please save a spot for us in your Web browser’s Favorites’ List!
Any parent knows that a child’s bedtime troubles don’t end after they move out of the crib. Kids of all ages can have trouble sleeping through the night for a variety of reasons — some of which may surprise you. Identifying the root cause of your little one’s sleep issues can help the whole family get better rest. To help you get started, here are five reasons why kids may lie awake at night.
Snoring is not an uncommon problem. Considering about 90 million Americans snore when they sleep, you’ve probably either experienced hearing loud snoring or you’re the one doing the snoring.
Sure, it can be annoying if you have to hear it every night, but it can also be dangerous for the one snoring.
Millions of Americans are diagnosed each year with Obstructive Sleep Apnea, and the numbers continue to increase. Sleep apnea is a serious condition in which your breathing is obstructed, causing you to wake up in order to start breathing again. This can happen frequently throughout the night, sometimes an average of 30 times an hour each night or more. Continue reading
It happens every Thanksgiving, and you know someone is going to say it. It’s all just a matter of time.
The turkey is carved, the food has been scarfed down, and someone (your dad, uncle, or maybe your annoying cousin) is bound to say, “Welp, I’m sleepy. Must be all that turkey I ate because it has tryptophan in it.”
It’s the same line used in households all across the country during the holidays. Truth is, it’s a myth. There’s so little tryptophan in turkey that you’d have to eat several whole turkeys in order to get sleepy.
There are a lot of sleep myths out there. Here are seven myths we can debunk right now.
Let’s face it, there are a lot of reasons why we don’t sleep the way we should. Stress is always a biggie, as is worrying about things that are important to us.
For one reason or another, we all lose sleep from time to time. There are, however, ways for you to get better sleep. Here are six things you can do right now to help you get some much needed rest.
OCT. 28, 2016 – At Mattress Warehouse (sleephappens.com) we use science, not pressure, to help you find the perfect mattress using our bedMATCH system. Now, when you buy a mattress from us after trying bedMATCH between Nov. 1 through Nov. 30, your purchase could be free.
One lucky person will be selected at random to be reimbursed for their purchase (up to $5,000). It’s as simple as relaxing on a bed. On top of that, there are now two ways you could win. All you have to do is use social media.
NOV. 10, 2016 – Former Philadelphia Eagles star wide receiver and current color commentator Mike Quick will be signing autographs and taking pictures with fans on Saturday, Nov. 26, from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m., at the Mattress Warehouse store located at 1200 Haddonfield Road, Cherry Hill, NJ.
Giveaways will also take place while Quick is there, plus special deals can also be had throughout the day.
NOV. 10, 2016 – Mattress Warehouse (sleephappens.com) is set to help fans cheer on the Baltimore Ravens when they play on Sunday, Nov. 27, against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Before the AFC North action takes place inside the stadium, people attending the game can enjoy the action just outside of the stadium.
Doesn’t seem like it was that long ago the only way you could tell if you got a good night’s sleep was if you woke up feeling rested and didn’t yawn a lot during the day.
Today, technology brings us a way to not only see if we slept well, but to see how many times we woke up, what periods were we in deep sleep, etc., in great detail.
Companies such as Fitbit, Jawbone, and Microsoft all have wearable devices that monitor everything from your heart rate, how many steps you take in a day, and how many calories you burn. They also help monitor your sleep.
The devices, usually worn around your wrist, vary in what they can and cannot do. For example, one might have a watch feature, while another might include the ability to read texts and see when someone is calling you.
Daylight Savings Time ends this weekend, so you’ll set your clocks back an hour (spring forward, fall back as some like to remember it). The one important thing is this: you get an extra hour of sleep.
Picking up some extra sleep probably seems better than the alternative (losing an hour), but once your body gets into a sleeping pattern, an extra hour, or one hour less, is going to affect your day. Continue reading
The REM-Fit Sleep Monitor allows each sleeper to monitor the quality of sleep every night without wearing any devices.
This sleep monitor features a thin strap that lays across the bed and goes under a fitted sheet. The tracker is designed to go undetected while a user sleeps. While you sleep, its incredibly accurate, medical-grade sensors monitor your heart rate, respiratory rate, and motion. Continue reading