So you’ve finally invested in your queen bed and you’re still uncomfortable and not sleeping well. Although sometimes a bigger bed may help you be more comfortable, this is not always the case. Since sleep is a crucial to your behavior, performance, and health, it’s important to be aware of the factors that keep you from getting a good night’s sleep. In a recent survey, 2/3 of Americans stated that they didn’t get sleep that revitalized them when they woke up in the morning. Being part of that 2/3 can affect your life expectancy, your mood, how you present yourself to others, and a greater amount of stress. The obvious steps to take are there: don’t drink caffeinated beverages like coffee or tea before bed, don’t eat a big meal before going to bed, etc. However, other times the bed you’re sleeping on may
Can an adjustable bed mattress save your marriage? Well, probably not, but having one can certainly go a long way as far as sharing a bed and sleeping comfortably is concerned. Being annoyed by a partner’s sleep habits is an age old problem–tossing and turning, snoring, strategic placing of pillows and being a bed hog are all issues that come to mind and an adjustable bed mattress might just be how to get a better night’s sleep.
As you sleep, you shift your body unconsciously, changing positions to avoid pain and tension from sleeping uncomfortably. Furthermore, the National Sleep Foundation reports that over 50% of Americans are having chronic pain and that chronic pain is often associated with insomnia. Imagine your partner lying next to you as you toss and turn and bounce around. They’re