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3 Tips to Help Break in Your Memory Foam Mattress

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Apr 10, 2019 4:36:00 PM

One reason that memory foam mattresses are popular is the fact that memory foam molds itself to your body when you lie on it. People usually purchase a memory foam mattress for the support it provides. What many people do not know is that those benefits do not come right away. The memory foam mattress that you bring home will always be firmer than the one you tried out in the showroom. It will take a little while to decompress, which means that patience is essential. Use the tips below to break your memory mattress in.

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Pros and Cons of Exercising Before Bed

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Oct 25, 2018 10:46:00 AM

It can be difficult to fit exercise into your busy schedule. Morning workouts might be a great way to start the day, but that often means you have to give something up…namely sleep! Mornings can just be too hectic between getting ready for work and perhaps getting your family ready to start their days.

For some people, going to the gym or a run in the evening is an easier way to fit exercise into your routine. As with most things, there are some pros and cons to consider if you adopt this particular exercise schedule.

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Topics: Sleep, sleep better, healthy sleep, restful sleep, better night's sleep, improve your sleep, good night's sleep, best night's sleep

How Screen Time Affects Your Sleep

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Sep 6, 2018 12:52:50 PM

It feels like your phone and your tablet seem to demand more and more of your attention. There's always one more email or text message to answer, one more post to share on Facebook, one more game to play. It's hard to put your devices down, even at bedtime.

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Topics: restful sleep, phone in bed, sleeping tips

5 Signs You May Be Suffering From Insomnia

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Aug 30, 2018 3:26:07 PM

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that makes it hard for an individual to fall or stay asleep. According to the Sleep Health Foundation, 1 in 3 adults have mild insomnia. Some individuals may believe that they suffer from insomnia, but may not be completely sure. To help these individuals understand whether or not they actually have insomnia, there are certain signs to look out for. Here are 5 specific signs that you may be suffering from insomnia.

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Topics: restful sleep, sleeping tips, insomnia

5 Science-Based Tips for Falling Asleep Quickly

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Aug 24, 2018 9:51:26 AM

A healthy individual should have no trouble falling asleep in under 20 minutes. However, large numbers of people today do have this problem. A report by NPR states that there are around 60 million Americans with insomnia. According to the Cleveland Clinic, most insomniacs suffer from sleep onset insomnia. Sleep onset insomnia is trouble falling asleep in the first place rather than difficulty maintaining sleep. The tips below can help individuals with this condition shorten the time it takes them to fall asleep.

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Topics: restful sleep, improve your sleep, sleeping tips

How to Design Your Bedroom for Sleep in Sarasota

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Aug 1, 2018 3:03:03 PM

You've moved to Florida with the expectations that now your life can be more relaxing, and you can go at a slower pace. Maybe you've lived here all your life and just need to make some changes to make your bedroom more of an oasis at the end of your day. However between rainy seasons, heat levels, and longer hours of daylight you haven't quite accomplished your goal. You can turn up your relaxation simply by redesigning your bedroom for sleep in Sarasota (and surrounding areas). Here are some steps to take.

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Topics: restful sleep, sleeping tips, feng shui

Eliminate Restless Nights With a Health Improving Mattress

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jul 25, 2018 4:19:51 PM

Nothing is more aggravating than lying down for a good night's rest, only to realize you just can't fall asleep. For many people, this is a reality faced on the regular. It's a fact, everyone needs continuous, uninterrupted sleep in order to feel rejuvenated and functioning at their best. However, there are times when insomnia sets in and no matter how hard you try, sleep just won't come.

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Topics: restful sleep, sleeping tips, insomnia

Best Sleeping Positions for Restful Sleep

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jul 18, 2018 2:12:00 PM

Land of Sleep is a company that has always prided itself on providing customers with the best sleep accessories money can buy. But even the best selections of luxury mattresses, adjustable beds and bed frames available at the store, located in Downtown Sarasota, will not help you sleep any better if you adopt the wrong sleeping position.

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Topics: restful sleep, sleeping position, sleeping tips

When Should You Flip or Rotate Your Mattress?

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jun 6, 2018 11:49:00 AM

Do you rotate and flip your mattress regularly? If not, it is important that you do. Mattresses are prone to uneven wear due to the weight of users sleeping on them night after night. The shape of a person's body combined with different sleeping positions means that the steel springs and foam get compressed more in some areas than in others. As a result, failing to rotate your mattress causes it to sag and shortens its usable life.

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Topics: Mattress, mattress health, quality mattress, restful sleep

Too Many Naps Can Hurt Your Sleep Health

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 7, 2018 1:16:43 PM

Everyone knows that taking a brief nap during the day can work wonders for one's alertness and well-being, especially if one is not getting enough sleep at night. Naps, taken in moderation, can have remarkable benefits for neurological health.

However, according to Business Insider, a neuroscience and psychology professor at the University of California at Berkeley named Matthew Walker, warns that naps can cause harm if taken for too long or too late in the day. The naps that one takes to compensate for lack of sleep at night may be contributing to that lack of sleep.

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