Summer has officially arrived and boy is it going to be a hot one! While Summer brings us sunshine, longer days, vacations and beach days, it also makes comes with those hot hot summer nights which is not ideal for a good night’s sleep. The National Sleep Foundation typically recommends room temperatures between 60 and 67 degrees for sleeping. If you are air-conditioned challenge, don’t fret, check out what Sit ‘n Sleep recommends to keep you cool at night! Continue reading
This price may sound familiar as some companies out there are touting their one mattress you can get for $850 (queen size). The problem? It’s just one mattress and trust us, one mattress does not fit all. The Huffington Post refers to one-size-fits-all as a “mattress myth” saying, “…it’s still important to factor in things such as a person’s natural sleeping position, any sleeping difficulties or disorders, their age and weight, and general preferences from previous mattress experiences…” Continue reading
As much as we love them, sleeping with a partner can be hard. Different schedules, temperature preferences, snoring, tossing & turning and so many other factors can make it difficult to get a good night’s sleep next to someone else. Try some of these tips before you find yourself with a subscription to Ambien or sleeping in separate beds!
Most people have trouble getting to sleep every once in a while. But if you’re having trouble on a regular basis, here are some helpful hints from a variety of sleep experts to help you quickly and easily fall fast asleep.
1. Make sleep a top priority.
According to Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant Kerrin Edmonds sleep is a biological necessity, not a luxury. Therefore, the first step in getting healthy sleep is to make it a priority. “Our society doesn’t place enough emphasis on sleep,” explains Edmonds. “Yet, when we don’t get enough sleep, the human body can’t properly rest and rejuvenate itself. Insufficient sleep also changes how we respond to stress, weakens our immune system, and affects our overall health. To sleep better, we need to change how we think about the importance of sleep.” Continue reading
Americans love their pets – so much so that many people like to sleep with them at night. In fact, according to a recent survey by the American Pet Products Manufacturers Association, about four out of ten dog owners allow their beloved pooches to sleep with them in their beds. Continue reading