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How Does Your Mattress Affect Your Sleep Quality?

Posted by Guest Blogger on Mar 31, 2020 10:29:15 AM

Sleep plays a vital role in your overall health and wellness. Getting enough sleep every night leads to better productivity and mental concentration, better calorie regulation, greater athletic performance, and lowers the risk of gaining weight. Your emotional intelligence and immune system will also improve if you prioritize getting at least eight hours of sleep every night.

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Topics: sleep hygiene, mattresses

Benefits Of Using Sleeping Aids To Improve Your Quality Of Rest At Night

Posted by Guest Blogger on Mar 30, 2020 10:17:02 AM

Sleep is essential, but not everyone can easily fall and stay asleep every night. In fact, over 70 million people in the United States suffer from at least one sleep disorder. This can become the reason why they regularly lose sleep and, eventually, damage their overall health and wellness. 

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Topics: insomnia, sleep disorders, melatonin, sleep aides

10 Ways to Invest in Your Sleep

Posted by Guest Blogger on Feb 26, 2020 12:44:00 PM

We all know sleep is important to good health, but for those of us with sleep problems like insomnia, sleep apnea, and general restlessness, getting quality sleep can be difficult. Even more challenging are the costs associated with sleep, including pricey mattresses, memory foam pillows, and sleep-inducing pillow sprays

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Topics: cost of a sleep study, sleep hygiene, sleep health

Sleeping with CPAP is Not as Bad as You Think

Posted by Guest Blogger on Jul 19, 2018 10:20:00 AM

Many people fear being able to sleep with a bulky CPAP mask and loud CPAP device, but this fear is unfounded. With the latest CPAP advancements, sleeping is not as bad as you may be imagining.

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Topics: CPAP compliance, CPAP Masks, CPAP

Kratom and Other Supplements That Help Sleep

Posted by Guest Blogger on Jul 6, 2018 10:29:24 AM

 Sleeping and energy go hand-in-hand. Too little sleep and you’ll feel tired the following day. Studies have shown that any deviation in sleep patterns will also lead to feelings of fatigue and sleepiness the next day. That includes oversleeping, but you may also feel tired due to many other health issues as well. 

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Topics: sleep habits, sleep hygiene, medication

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