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4 Things To Think About When Purchasing A Mattress
Buying a mattress may seem like any other purchase, but if you take a good look at just how important this piece of furniture is, you'll soon see it isn't something to simply jump into. There are many things to take into consideration, and you want to be absolutely sure you find the right mattress to fit your needs. You will spend around eight hours every single day in your bed - less when you're busy, much more when you're sick. Not only will you spend a lot of time laying on your mattress, but sleep is vital to human health. When you sleep, your body rejuvenates itself. Unrestful sleep (ofte...
How To Properly Clean Your Mattress
Mattresses get a LOT of use. If you're getting the recommended amount of sleep each night, your spending 8 hours out of every 24 on it. That's 56 hours a week, 240 hours a month, or an incredible 2,920 hours a year. To put that into perspective for you, the average person only spends 2,080 hours a year at work. All of that time, while well spent, can put some serious wear and tear on your mattress. Even worse, it can leave it absolutely filthy, regardless if you use sheets or not. An occasional spill here, a little dirt there... sometimes you won't even realize your mattress is dirty, because ...
The 5 Basic Mattress Types Explained
Most people don't put that much thought into a mattress. I mean, it's just something you sleep on, right? Aren't' they're all the same? This is a common misconception. For starters, the fact that you sleep on a mattress makes it incredibly important. If it is uncomfortable, you don't get a good nights sleep. Unrestful sleep has been led to numerous issues. In the short term, it can leave you groggy, irritable, and achy. If you don't get an adequate amount of restful sleep for an extended period of time, however, it can led to weight gain, diabetes, heart issues, anxiety, and put you at a much ...
Why A Matress Is Your Most Important Piece of Furniture
A mattress is one of the most underappreciated, least thought about pieces of furniture you have in your home. But did you know it is actually the most important? It all boils down to sleep.We sleep on our mattresses, and as such, it greatly effects HOW we sleep. If you're continually waking up sore and stiff, or are unable to fall asleep, the reason may just be your mattress. Often, people don't immediately think of their mattress as the culprit unless it's a REALLY bad mattress. But the mattress doesn't have to be a lumpy, broken, dirty piece of junk in order to give you a bad night of sleep...