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3 Ways to Help Your Restless Leg Syndrome For a Better Night’s Sleep

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Oct 8, 2019 2:42:00 PM

If you have restless leg syndrome (RLS), getting a good night's sleep can be difficult. Tossing and turning throughout the night can leave you feeling exhausted the next day. Without adequate, restful sleep, you're vulnerable to numerous problems that can affect your physical and emotional well-being.

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Topics: healthy sleep, sleep disorders, restless leg syndrome

Adjustable Beds in Sarasota and Venice

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Dec 18, 2018 9:49:00 AM

We have the Sarasota and Venice area's largest selection of adjustable beds and mattresses.

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Topics: Adjustable Beds, health benefits, healthy sleep, snoring, beds sarasota, sleep disorders, vertigo, at home vertigo remedies, moving tips, moving, acid reflux, moving pains, combat snoring, adjustable mattress

Are You a Night Owl or Suffering from Insomnia? How to Tell the Difference

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Mar 12, 2018 10:45:00 AM

Being a night owl and suffering from insomnia are two completely different conditions. For night owls, their circadian rhythm is adjusted differently, but they are able to sleep. Those with insomnia may go long periods sleeping very little or without sleeping at all, and their daily routine may suffer accordingly. Both conditions may be affected by, or even confused with, sleeping on an old, uncomfortable mattress.

Click Here to Download the Ultimate Guide to a Better Night's Sleep

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Topics: Mattress, Sleep, mattress health, sleep better, healthy sleep, new mattress, sleep disorders, steady sleep schedule, lack of sleep, insufficient sleep, sarasota mattress store, improve your sleep, sleep habits, replace your mattress, sleep deprivation, sleep schedule, sleeping schedule, good night's sleep, best night's sleep, sleeping habits, circadian rhythm, insomnia

Are You Suffering from Narcolepsy or Just Normal Fatigue?

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jul 17, 2017 3:27:58 PM

At some point all of us experience some form of weariness, and this is entirely normal. However, there are times when unusual tiredness can be an indication of deeper problems. Two common causes are fatigue and narcolepsy. The two can be mistaken for each other, but there are certain key differences. 

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Topics: Sleep, health benefits, healthy sleep, sleep disorders

Is it Possible to Experience Multiple Sleep Disorders at One Time?

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jul 12, 2017 4:14:18 PM

There are over 60 different sleep disorders. Many of the most common sleep disorders share three primary symptoms:

  • Excessive sleepiness during the day
  • Difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep (insomnia)
  • Unwanted behaviors that occur while sleeping (parasomnias)
What can be confusing when evaluating sleep disorder symptoms, is that it’s possible to suffer from more than one sleep disorder.
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Topics: Sleep, health benefits, healthy sleep, sleep disorders

5 Important Sleep Disorders to Correct ASAP

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jul 5, 2017 10:21:17 AM

An occasional bout of what may seem like insomnia could be caused by a number of factors: too much caffeine in your system, increased stress, or maybe symptoms from medications you're taking. However, if you are struggling to fall asleep or have difficulty staying asleep, you could be suffering from a sleep disorder. 

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Topics: Sleep, health benefits, healthy sleep, sleep disorders

Night Terrors: Who Is Most Likely To Suffer From It And Why

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jul 3, 2017 11:09:39 AM

There are two types of sleep we experience throughout the night: REM (Rapid Eye Movement) and Non-REM Sleep. Each type has different stages. Night Terrors, which are characterized by repeated episodes of disturbance and fear, takes place between stages 3 and 4 of the non-REM phase.

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Topics: Sleep, healthy sleep, sleep disorders

How Serious Of A Health Concern Is Sleepwalking And How To Stop It

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jun 21, 2017 10:32:17 AM

Getting up and walking around while in a state of sleep is referred to as somnambulism or as we know it, sleepwalking. This undesirable activity usually occurs early in the night, most often 1-2 hours after falling asleep.

Sleepwalking is much more predominant in children than it is in adults. As children transition into their teen years, the sleepwalking usually phases out. If you are experiencing an occasional episode of sleepwalking, it can be normal. However, when the episodes become frequent, it may be time to consult a doctor.

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Topics: healthy sleep, sleep disorders, sleep walking

5 Signs That You Might Have A Sleep Disorder

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jun 19, 2017 12:37:50 PM

Lack of sleep is normal and everyone tends to struggle with it at some point in their lives. However, when lack of sleep becomes an ongoing and consistent pattern, we need to start addressing the possibility that our irregular sleep patterns might be caused by having a sleep disorder.

To help with this, we have put together a list of 5 signs to look out for to ensure you are getting a good night's sleep:

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Topics: Sleep, healthy sleep, sleep disorders, restful sleep

What are the Differences Between Nightmares vs. Night Terrors

Posted by Lisa Floyd on Jun 14, 2017 12:25:26 PM

After a long day, all we want to do is settle down and get a good night’s sleep in the comfort of your bed. We hope to have sweet dreams, but that is not always the case, and when your sleep is disrupted by a bad dream, it can leave you a little shaken up.

Some bad dreams are worse than others,and such is the case with nightmares or night terrors, that are more disturbing than a typical bad dream.

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Topics: Sleep, healthy sleep, sleep disorders, restful sleep