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You have purchased the perfect mattress! What a wonderful feeling… finally a good nights’ sleep. Now what? Protectors.
You may be thinking… isn’t the need for those an “old wives tales” or it just something my elders say I need, but do I really? The answer is YES.
Why? The investment you’ve made in a new mattress, box spring set and pillows is significant to you and is a long term investments in your comfort.
On average, we spend a third of our lives sleeping. It’s an extremely vital part of your life. More times than not, however, people never stop to think about how sleeping on an old mattress, or one that isn’t right for them, could be ruining their lives.
Most people know getting consistent, regular sleep is good for your physical and mental well-being. Some, however, are hazy as to what happens when you don’t get enough solid sleep.
According to WebMD, lack of sleep weakens our immune systems, leading to greater risks of getting sick. Sleep deprivation – or going more than one night without a good night’s sleep – puts your body at high risk of catching anything from a cold, to a sinus infection, or even the flu.
Some mattress stores sell used mattresses. These beds have been in someone else’s home and slept on for a minimum of 30 nights, often longer. While a month or two (or even three!) might not seem like that big of a deal, there are several things you should know about used mattresses and why Mattress Warehouse doesn’t participate in that practice.
Protecting yourself while you sleep is important – even more so after the latest findings from pest control company Orkin.
The company released its list of top-50 cities in the U.S. most affected by bed bugs. For the first time, Baltimore and Washington, DC, rank numbers 1 and 2, respectively. Philadelphia dropped three spots in the rankings to No. 9.
The countdown to New Year's Eve has begun. In just a few short days, the ball will drop in Times Square, confetti will fly, and people in homes and parties will drink, kiss, and sing/mumble through the only part of “Auld Lang Syne” anyone really knows.
It’s a party for sure, as many people are quite ready for 2016 to become a far distant memory. So much so that imbibing a little too much on your adult beverage of choice is very likely. Although it might seem like alcohol would help you relax enough to sleep better overall, the fact is booze and sleep really do not go well together.
The holidays are now upon us. While some people embrace the cheer and goodwill that comes this time of year, others begin to stress out for various reasons – last minute shopping, ugly Christmas sweater isn’t ugly enough, etc.
For a lot of families, the stress comes not in “packages, boxes, or bags,” but rather in getting their homes ready for holiday guests. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for holiday visitors. Continue reading
The holidays are closer than you might think – just a little over a week away. That doesn’t really leave you with a lot of time to go out and pick up those last-minute gifts. You promised yourself last year you wouldn’t put it off again, but you did it anyway.
It’s OK. A lot of people do it. If you don’t believe it, check out how packed the mall parking lot is right before Christmas! Yikes.
Fortunately, since we know you all have been especially good this year, we have a list of last-minute Christmas presents your friends and family are sure to love!
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