Plus size adults often have other medical issues that affect their amount of sleep or their quality of sleep and wake in the morning feeling very tired. You may find a much better night’s sleep by changing a few things in your routine.
Sleep studies are not only for finding sleep disorders and for why you don’t rest well at night. Sleep Disorders Center of Alabama conducted a study of how people rest on memory foam mattresses.
This sleep study was made with 149 participants and it involved in-depth questionnaires before the sleep study and afterwards to determine how well people sleep on memory foam mattresses.
Of the 149 participants, the majority of 126 reported that they had never slept on a memory foam mattress at any time before the sleep study. An overwhelming 70% of participants reported that they noticed a definite reduction in needing to shift around, toss, and turn at night while on the memory foam mattress.
If you have older furniture in your home, including mattress toppers, mattresses and couches, you could be poisoning your home with toxic chemicals. Older and newer types of furniture that are not certified organic contain many harmful contaminants that can make you and your family members very ill.
What These Toxic Chemicals Are Linked To
There is a large array of medical research that has proven that flame retardants, most commonly found on couches and bedroom furniture are linked to many forms of caner, infertility, obesity and even serious brain disorders such as autism and ADHD. When the old furniture is disposed of, it releases these harmful toxic and poisonous chemicals into the environment to affect outdoor air quality and wildlife.
Mattresses come in a large array of materials and include different technologies to offer support at different levels. Each person generally has many types to choose from in a new mattress to achieve restful sleep with less aches and pains and fewer symptoms of stress in the morning. Here are the different types of mattresses available today that can help you achieve the best night’s sleep possible based on your sleep position.
One of the biggest questions that mattress owners have is “How often should I replace my mattress?” There are a few commonly cited “rules” in regards to this question, however, they should not be taken as absolute. Some people believe that a mattress should be replaced every eight years, every decade, or even every couple of years. The answer, as with many things relating to sleep, is a mixture of basic guidelines designed to help you figure out your comfort level and personal preference.
If you’ve been shopping for a new mattress, you have likely heard someone say that they’re really an investment, and not an expense. But why does this claim hold true, and how does your mattress affect the quality of your life? Believe it or not, your mattress has the ability to affect your life perhaps more than your home or any of the furnishing you have filled it with. As you may have already heard, we spend roughly an entire third of our lives sleeping.
We hope readers will consider how much of an impact our mattress has now that we understand what a large part of our human lives are dedicated to sleeping. Of course sales people will tell you this, but now health professionals like physicians, chiropractors, and physical trainers are saying that opting for the cheapest mattress available is inadvisable. They know this is because as the saying goes, you often get what you pay for. Cheaper, low quality mattress can cause a lot of problems, so let’s take a closer look at why you should see your mattress as an investment rather than an expense.
Do You Even Need a Mattress Topper?
The answer is yes, if your current mattress is softer or harder than you want, if your mattress is aging, and/or if you are waking up with any soreness or back pain.
Mattress toppers provide an additional layer of comfort, suited to your individual needs, and will relieve pressure points that are causing that soreness. Let’s face it: Even if you are a night owl, you do spend at least ¼ of your life sleeping, and you should get the best sleep that you can.
Mattress toppers also cost far less than a new mattress. So if the price of a new mattress is beyond your reach right now, that topper can give you more time until you can save enough to make that bigger purchase.
We live in an age of technology, but sometimes advancements in technology create unintended consequences. These days we eat food that has been genetically engineered, doused in pesticides, and gobble more energy per-capita than every before. And unfortunately, all of these advancements require vast amounts of dirty carbon-based energy, leaving many people wondering how they can reduce their carbon footprint within their household to proactively help protect the environment. The following are some of the easiest ways you can decrease your household’s carbon footprint.
Mattress Manufacturers Aren’t Telling You The Whole Story There seems to be a new trend taking place by a few of the online mattress companies: “One Size Fits All”. Is it just me or is there a socialistic undertone to selling mattresses online these days? Is the freedom of choice and diverse selection going the…
I was recently called out by one of our readers concerning a comment I made on my website stating: “You won’t find the brand names here – just call and ask us why!” The gentlemen went on to make some critically valid points and asked, “Instead of making people call you so you can ask those questions and force them to listen to a sales pitch, why not just put the reason out on your web page? Why don’t you have them, is it because your beds are better than the big name brands?”
Great questions Richard! I guess when I wrote that I was in an old school mindset. So here you go, no sales pitch, no BS. Enjoy!