Why You Sleep Better In Colder Temperatures

  Do you struggle to sleep through the night? If you have dealt with restless nights, it may be time to consider sleeping in colder temperatures. How can colder temperatures improve your ability to sleep? Recent research studies show how sleep and temperature correlate with each other, and why you sleep better when you are cooler. The study has concluded that you should keep room … Continued

5 Reasons Why Heat Makes You Sleepy

  Heat and sunlight are important for maintaining a good wake cycle.  However, heat and light are problematic at night when we’re all trying to sleep. Heat and light is that they make you tired.  There are several reasons for this: Dehydration.  Often, instead of the heat itself making you tired, it’s simply the way your body reacts to it.  Loss of body water and … Continued

Sleep Tip #52 HEALTHY SLEEPING

Most healthy adults require anywhere from 7.5 to 9 hours of sleep per night. However, sleep requirements do vary from person to person. A good night’s sleep is especially important because it helps improve concentration and memory formation, allows your body to repair any cell damage that occurred during the day, and refreshes your immune system, which in turn helps to prevent disease. So be … Continued

How to Avoid Moving Fails

  Moving is tough! Who knew that packing up everything you own and moving it to another stationary location would be so stressful and so exhausting? Of course, you can be incredibly prepared for your moving day, and still be, well, unprepared. Avoid moving fails with these tips and tricks from Best Mattress in Las Vegas, Nevada.   Moving Fail #1: You’re Still Taping Up … Continued

Say Goodbye to Old Pillows

There is nothing like a good pillow! Sometimes it’s hard to find a pillow that fits you just right. Which is why when you do find one you like you want to hang on to it for as long as you can. Sometimes you snooze with just one pillow, or other times maybe you prefer two or more. The bond we share with our pillow … Continued