A good night’s sleep is extremely beneficial for your health, but now it may also be beneficial for your career as well rested people are more valuable in the work force. According to new research, those who are well rested are more productive at work, so you may want to reconsider those long work hours. Not to mention, well rested people tend to think clearer, faster, and have higher levels of creativity when compared to those running off of a ton of caffeine.
Quality Sleep May Result in Higher Salary
By skipping out on a few hours of sleep. Your brain doesn’t have enough time to perform vital maintenance or restoration tasks; thus, resulting in poorer choices and needless risks while working. Sleep deprivation decreases neurobehavioral performance, which has been shown to produce the same results as being drunk. Therefore, if you want to perform better while at work to earn more, you may want to rethink the number of hours you’re sleeping. Continue reading
Purchasing a new mattress is a big investment, not only financially but an investment in your quality of sleep. 9 out of 10 Americans attribute the quality of their mattress to the importance of a good night’s sleep. However, selecting the perfect mattress is often a challenging task. When on the hunt for the ideal mattress, there are 5 things you need to keep in mind when making a selection. Continue reading
Whether you’re a sound sleeper or having a little bout of insomnia, you’ve probably heard a lot of myths about sleep or advice on how to fall asleep. And sometimes, the various myths and advice seem to cancel out each other. With all the myths out there, it can get confusing and frustrating – and all you want is a good night of sleep!
Well, no need to fret. We recently reached out to Dr. Michael Breus, a PhD clinical psychologist and well known sleep therapist, to get some insights and an expert’s take on 5 Popular Sleep Myths. Continue reading
For years, we’ve been led to believe our brains power down and switch off while asleep. However, recent research published in Current Biology now suggests that our brains are quite capable of decision making while asleep. In fact, there’s new evidence to suggest that there’s much more going on in our heads while we sleep than originally thought. Continue reading
Adjustable beds are quickly growing in popularity due to the number of benefits they offer. Not only are they ideal for people who enjoy working, reading, or watching TV in bed, but they also provide a number of different sleep positions to promote a restful night’s sleep. There’s no longer the need to stack pillows up behind you to find the perfect incline position as adjustable beds allow you to find the ideal position without the discomfort of bulky pillows. Continue reading