1. The Daylight Savings Day Guide to Taking Full Advantage of Your Extra Hour

    Take Full Advantage of Your Extra Hour

    This Sunday the universe will pause for an hour while you get one extra REM cycle. It’s like the snooze button someone else pushes for you, or an extra espresso shot you didn’t have to request. However you want to think about it, it’s not fiction, it’s Daylight Savings Time.

    To celebrate the extra hour of sleep that you’ll get this weekend, we’ve partnered with The Good Trade to put together a Daylight Savings Day Guide to taking full advantage of your extra hour on Sunday.

    Don’t Overthink It, Do What Works and Stick With It

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  2. 5 Things Keeping You Up At Night

    Things keeping you up at night

    Your body needs sleep on a daily basis - that is a fact! Some people require only eight hours a night to function well, while others may need more or less. If something is keeping you up at night, your entire waking hours will be affected. Your sense of concentration suffers, your body might feel sluggish, and you may experience a feeling of overall malaise. Pinpointing what is causing your restless nights will help you correct the problem so you can achieve a blissful, rejuvenating slumber.

    Here are 5 things that might be preventing the shut-eye:

    1. Pain

    Back, neck, shoulder, leg and hip pain are all culprits of keeping you awake at night. Chronic pain is the number one reason many peop

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  3. All the Things You Can Do in Bed (That Don't Start with the Letter S)

    Things to do in Bed

    What's that you say? The only things you can think of to do in bed start with the letter S? Sure, those might be some of the most popular human activities, but your bed is good for so much more than that.

    1. Avoid Your Mom

    Sure, she gave birth to you, but now she won't let you forget it. When your mom pops over for yet another chat, close your bedroom door. Tell her you have a headache and need a nap. Proceed to binge watch "Orange Is the New Black."

    2. Jump for Joy

    If you haven't jumped on the bed since you were a kid, you've been missing out. It's great cardio, loads of fun and maybe just a teeny bit dangerous (especially if you have a ceiling fan). If

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  4. Party Like an Animal, Sleep Like a Baby

    Party Animal"Work hard, play hard" is not a full equation. You can't do either very well without a good night's rest. Sleep deprivation negatively effects cognitive performance, including memory recall and decision-making skills. This means that whether you're chatting up someone at the club or trying to close a deal at the office, not getting enough quality sleep is going to put a wrench in your game. Fortunately, we have the perfect solution: a gel memory foam mattress.

    Rest and Recover

    Just because you can't remember what happened last night doesn't mean your bed will forget you. A memory foam mattress adjusts to your weight and body, so when you crash after a long night out, you're in familiar hands. You'll actua

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  5. How To Reduce Bedroom Allergens for Better Sleep

    Bedroom Allergens got you stuffy?

    Do you wake each morning with puffy eyes and a stuffy nose? The cause could be a reaction to allergens in your bedroom. Allergies can cause physical symptoms like breathing issues that interfere with sleep and leave us feeling groggy the next day. Severe allergies require the help of a doctor; but there are things you can do to reduce the allergens in your home, especially in the bedroom, to help you get a good night's sleep.

    Since a great portion of our life is spent in bed, selecting a hypoallergenic mattress system and pillows is an excellent place to start. We are constantly shedding dead skin cells that attract dust

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  6. Does Your Bed Remember You?

    Does your bed remember you?

    Your mattress used to be your friend. You could feel it give in just the right places as you settled in for a comfortable night's sleep. These days, however, it's like the two of you are strangers. What went wrong? Why has your bed forgotten you?

    If you wake up feeling like you've been sleeping on a piece of plywood, that colorful mental image may hit closer to the mark than you think. Yes, traditional mattresses react to the pressures exerted on them by your various contours, but only up to a point. Some examples:

    • Inner-spring mattresses develop uneven spots as individual spri
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  7. Why Gel Memory Foam is Your New BFF

    If you're an average sleeper, you spend about 7.5 hours (1/3 of your life) sleeping. It's fine to be frugal, but if you want your sleep to be the most pleasant and refreshing part of your day, rather than achy and restless, you don’t want to skimp on your mattress. Instead, do your homework and select a mattress that will make nighttime and nap time a pleasure rather than a pain.

    Types of mattresses

    When you head out to shop for mattresses, here are the most common types you'll come across.


    These traditional mattresses are constructed with springy coils that support your body weight, topped by cushioning and insulation that provides padding and comfort.


    Long-lasting latex mattresses are constructed with natural or synthetic latex, or a

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  8. What's the Difference Between Memory Foam and Latex?

    If you're searching for a better night's sleep, you might have considered purchasing a memory foam or latex mattress. With so many companies offering both types of mattress, you may find yourself wondering what exactly the differences are between the two. Read on for the key differences between latex and memory foam mattresses that are important to understand before you make your choice.

    What really is the difference between Memory Foam and Latex

    Pressure Relief

    On the one hand, memory foam molds itself to the contours of your body, which means that it reduces pressure points. Many people find that memory foam mattresses allow them to sleep more comfortably, without feeling pressure on any particular part of their body. On the other hand, a latex mattr

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  9. How Can I Sleep Better?

    Do you find yourself counting sheep instead of drifting off into dreamland every night? Inadequate sleep can affect your job, your relationships and your life. Here are some tips to improve your quality of sleep.

    How Can I Sleep Better

    Caffeine Free

    Have you been guzzling caffeinated drinks all day and night? Caffeine keeps you awake; it increases adrenaline and blocks the chemicals in your brain that induce sleep. If you can't live without caffeine, stop drinking anything caffeinated several hours before you head to bed. Try drinking decaffeinated coffee or tea, or herbal tea instead; you might be

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  10. Why is Memory Foam so Popular?

    During the 1960's, the scientists at NASA's Ames Research Center developed a revolutionary foam that they dubbed 'memory foam.' The memory foam successfully helped alleviate and cushion pressure points on an astronaut's body that occurred from g-force during a rocket's take off. The isco-elastic polyurethane foam that the scientists created conformed to an astronaut's physical shape and worked well to absorb shock. Once pressure was relieve

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