Picking the Right Mattress There are several sizes of mattresses available today, but the most standard size is the Queen Size. It is 60″ wide by 80″ long. This allows for 2 adult bodies 30″ in width for laying on their back. The full size bed, or as it was called a double bed, is just 54″ wide and with today’s adult body size, 27″ is pretty narrow to sleep in. Many people would have to lay on their side to make a full bed work. The 30″ is better, but is the same size a
Who are you sleeping with? Have you ever seen a bed bug? Go search it now on Google! Yuck! Remember your mom saying, “Sleep tight, Don’t let the Bed Bugs Bite!”? Well, it is true! They can and will if they get into your home, but protect yourself and your bed with a mattress encasement and cover. Bedbugs live in the cracks of your home. They live off human blood and often leave itchy and painful bites behind. No one wants them, but often they come over through the walls or ta
For the Health of it! Everyday, we work, exercise, eat, and have mental stress which wears on our bodies. If we do not get good sleep to rejuvenate our body, it can lead to many health issues. We all know that a body needs exercise and a healthy diet, BUT just as important as those two needs, we need good sleep. This is the time when our body is built back up and our brain is refreshed. It is recommended that we get 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep each night. Americans typic
The Only Official Mattress of the National Sleep Foundation Every Perfect Sleeper mattress is designed with input from the National Sleep Foundation to help address these 5 common sleep problems*: Tossing and Turning Lack of Support Uncomfortable Sleep Temperature Partner Disturbance and Mattress Roll-Off or Sag Select Perfect Sleeper mattress models are now compatible with a Serta adjustable foundation, including our new Pivot™ head-up model and our Motion Essentials™ model.
The bed is a bundle of paradoxes: we go to it with reluctance, yet we quit it with regret: we make up our minds every night to leave it early, but we make up our mind to stay in it late. 1. Sleep is crucial for health
Many people believe food to be the most crucial factor in our well-being and health, but humans can live 2 weeks without food and only 10 days without sleep. Sleep is proven to be a bit more demanding of our bodies. This means that a comfortable mattress that