MOLECULE mattresses for athletes are scientifically engineered to maximize airflow and facilitate cooling throughout the night, resulting in better temperature-regulation for ultimate sports performance and optimal sleep.
Mattress manufacturers have launched customizable bed bases in the marketplace, that share the same characteristics as those used in hospitals. Standard adjustable bed bases allow that both the head and foot of the bed to be inclined or declined, from which multiple profile positions for the sleeper’s lower and upper body are created. Other features may provide zero-gravity position, massaging, anti-snore position, wall sliding technology, silent alarms, remote control, the use of apps on wireless devices, and more.
Examples of what an adjustable bed can do for you: Trouble with your partner (or you) snoring? Simply elevating the upper body facilitates easier breathing as you sleep, and elevating your feet can also help relieving swelling or soreness related to poor circulation. The ability to maneuver your bed into the position that’s most comfortable to you eliminates tossing and turning every night. If your adjustable bed has a zero gravity position that can elevate your upper body and feet simultaneously, this can help relieving problems with back pain. With Bluetooth connectivity, you’ll be able to adjust your bed’s position straight from your phone, or activate a raise-awake alarm. Under-bed night light will make night-time trips safer. And a massage feature (e.g. 3D Wave massage technology with separate head/foot control) will help you waking up feeling more alert.
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Buying a mattress for two people can be tricky, because each one will want their common bed to meet their particular sleep patterns, comfort needs and unique support. Different needs for each partner present unique challenges during the mattress buying process. Learn tips that will help couples to find the ideal mattress.
Adjust your mattress firmness in the comfort of your home by unzipping the cover and rotating the layers. Get a new layer in a different level of firmness.
Tips on How to Help Promote a Good Night’s Sleep Stick to a sleep schedule. Go to bed and wake up each day at the same time. As creatures of habit, people have difficulty in adjusting to changing sleep patterns. Sleeping later on weekends won’t fully make up for the lack of sleep during the… Continue reading Tips on How to Sleep Through the Night
Resurge is a deep sleep anti-aging weight-loss supplement recently launched. This deep sleep support formula was created to help anyone lose weight while they sleep using a 2-minute after-dinner routine to boost their benefits, and is fully FDA approved as well as GPM certified. Nearly 60% of American adults are overweight, while 40% are considered… Continue reading Best Supplement for Deep Sleep
Sleep Tracking Benefits A smart bed (mattress) comes with a technology that will track your sleep and will provide you with the data you need for improving its quality. Tracking your sleep will allow you to find out the ideal number of hours of sleep specifically for you. This will help lead to better overall… Continue reading Benefits of Tracking Your Sleep
The right amount of deep sleep is crucial to your overall health and a good night’s sleep. Deep sleep helps to restore both your brain and your body. Feeling rested is impossible without the proper amount of deep sleep. Thus, how exactly do you get more hours of deep sleep?
You’ve probably already woken up a few nights covered in sweat or freezing. Recent research suggests that 67-68 degrees Fahrenheit is the ideal bedroom temperature for sleeping, but the question should be whether everyone sleeps best at such temperature. Well, the answer is different from person to person, and figuring out the optimal sleep temperature… Continue reading What’s the Best Sleeping Temperature for My Bedroom?
How people sleep with the Restless Legs Syndrome Restless legs syndrome (RLS), is a neurological disease that causes an irresistible urge to move your legs, often accompanied by unpleasant or unusual sensations. RLS symptoms may also involve arms and other body parts. Because RLS most often occurs in late evening, it can severely disrupt sleep and… Continue reading Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) and Sleep
Top Ten Sleep Myths Myth 1: Sleep is a time when your brain and body shut down for relaxation and repose. There is no evidence showing that any regulatory system and/or major organ in the body shuts down during sleep. Actually, some physiological processes become more active while we sleep, e.g. activity of the pathways in… Continue reading Top Ten Sleep Myths