Good Health Begins with a Good Night’s Sleep
A good night’s sleep is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle. It affects all aspects of your day – from how you feel, to your relationships, productivity, and ultimately, your quality of life. While you sleep, your brain goes to work, consolidating the day's learning into memory and reenergizing the body. The average individual requires 7-8 hours of sleep per night, but it differs for everyone. Some people may need as much as 10 hours a night, while others need much less. It’s a safe bet, however, that if you sleep longer on the weekends than you do during the week, you aren’t meeting your personal sleep requirement.
Better Sleep Begins with Your Mattress
Your mattress has the potential to make or break a good night’s sleep. If you're tossing and turning more at night or if you're waking up feeling stiff in the morning, it could be a sign that your current mattress is no longer the best for you. Your body appreciates a comfortable, supportive mattress and will let you know if what you’re sleeping on is not up to the task!
What to Look for When Buying a Mattress
COMFORT. Gone are the days when a mattress had to be stiff-as-a-board to be good for you. And it’s interesting to note that recent studies suggest that a medium-firm mattress is more likely to improve back pain than a firm mattress.
You'll sleep best when your bed helps you feel cradled in comfort. Today's top quality mattress/foundation ensembles are built for just that - superior comfort. Luxurious new cushioning materials and extra-soft surface treatments create more of a plush, comfortable feel.