We all know how beneficial routine and restful sleep is. Good sleep is essential for physical and emotional health. However, life happens, and too often than we’d like to admit we all wake up some mornings without getting a good night’s sleep. Queue tiredness, grumpiness, and feeling like a space cadet.
An ordinary person spends a third of their life sleeping, and good sleep is one of the secrets to good health. A good night’s sleep helps our bodies repair muscles, manage hormones, grow bones, and sort memories. Sleep can generally be segmented into REM (rapid eye movement) and non-REM.
By Krishna Sharma, Kaiser Health News Many so-called night owls feel that, when it comes to society’s expectations about when the workday should start, they drew the short straw. Research shows that “night owls” are hard-wired to sleep later, yet 9-to-5 work schedules force them to battle their physiology and wake up early. Research also … Read more
Unless you’ve been living in an air conditioned apartment for the last few weeks, you may have noticed its getting HOT. Summer has arrived with a boom, and temperatures and humidity levels have been causing havoc on everyones sleep. In order to successfully fall asleep our body temperature actually needs to lower in order for … Read more
Try “I can help you find a firm mattress for your guest room” instead of “I can help you with that” to better serve shoppers Great customer service is the holy grail of sales. When customers feel satisfied, they spend more money and are more likely to come back. Happy customers write positive reviews online … Read more
Big-ticket categories like furniture and appliances also feeling pinch as Covid-19 continues to impact shipments, but shoppers don’t blame retailers About one in 10 shoppers say they not elected to buy a mattress because the product they sought was not available, a new Better Sleep Council survey reveals. Overall, consumers put the blame for product … Read more
If you’ve been in the parenting game for more than 5 minutes, chances are you know someone who’s baby has reflux, and probably someone who has had to have medication for their baby’s reflux. Reflux diagnosis has increased so much that one NZ study ( Blank M. L et al. 2017) showed an increase from … Read more