1. 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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  2. How to Clean Your Memory Foam Pillow

    Nature's Sleep Vitex Gel Pillows

    Your favorite bed pillow is a highly personal choice. Some sleepers like a sturdy, solid pillow. Others prefer a squishable, soft pillow. But no matter your preference, regular cleaning is a must.

    Think about it. Your bed pillow is one of the most used items in your home. All year long it cradles your head through the dark of night, heat of summer and late night snacks and spills. No wonder it deserves - and needs - a good cleaning.

    Pillow case cleaning

    The key to keeping a clean pillow is knowing what t

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 'Text Neck' and Proper Spine Alignment

    Is your smartphone causing damage to your spine? According to research recently published by a New York spinal surgeon, Kenneth Hansraj, M.D., the rise in smartphone use is leading to an epidemic of "text neck," a degenerative condition affecting the neck and spine.

    Text Neck can happen anywhere at anytime

    What Causes Text Neck?

    The average weight of a human head is about 12 pounds. However, when you tilt your head forward to look down at a smartphone or tablet, the pressure on your neck can be up to 60 pounds. According to the study, people spend an average of two to four hours every day looking down at a phone, so it's no surprise that increasing numbers of people are feeling the painful effects of

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  6. 50 Fascinating Facts about Sleep

    Sleep is essential, and we’re told time and again how it can help you maintain a healthy weight, perform better at work, and even decrease your chances of getting cancer. But there are many more fascinating facts about sleep than just that. We've rounded up the top fifty things you probably never knew about sleep.

      Fascinating Facts about Sleep you didn't know
    1. Men have dreams about other men 70% of the time, whereas women dream about women and men equally.
    2. Slee
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  7. Holiday Gift Giving….The Right Way!

    Gift the right way

    It’s that time of year again! The snow is falling, the trees are being decorated, holiday parties planned and of course, gifts are being bought. There are so many people throughout the year who touch our lives in a multitude of ways. Think about it; we have parents, siblings, children, in-laws, nieces, cousins, coworkers, babysitters, hair dressers, mail carriers…and on and on the list goes! The task of selecting that perfect gift can certainly be overwhelming, as we don’t want to be secretly known as the “bad gift giver” at our family holiday party. Instead of rushing out to the store last minute and picking up whatever you can find in stock, let us help you get organized this holiday season.

    Make a list...check it twice.

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  8. What Tom Brady, Jennifer Aniston and Winston Churchill Have to Say About Sleep

    What famous celebrities have to say about sleep

    Oh, the fabulous lives of the rich and the famous: from personal masseuses, to at-home chefs and on-demand “glam squads,” whatever they need to look and feel their best is readily available at the snap of a finger. We, common people, may complain that with enough resources, we too could be our best any day of the week. But there’s one thing all famous individuals, throughout history, have in common that money can't buy them – sleep! Sleep is the daily routine our bodies require to reenergize and prepare us for the next day. And some of the biggest celebrities in the world know the value of a good night’s sleep.

    When you hear the name Tom Brady, one of the first words that come to mind has to be winner (even if you&

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  9. Beauty Sleep: What it is and How to Improve It

    Beauty Sleep is the best sleep

    We've all been there: we were up all night, and once the dreaded alarm clock goes off we begrudgingly get out of bed and look into the mirror, only to see ourselves looking old, tired, and well, not beautiful. Then as much as we may try to conceal our tired skin with expensive creams and concealers, someone at the office will surely take note by reminding us "You didn't get any sleep last night, did you?"

    Beauty sleep is exactly as the name implies – the recovery process that our delicate facial skin demands in order to maintain its youthful appearance. Those puffy eyes you wake up with? That’s actually swelling caused from a buildup of fluids overnight that become prominent when we are sleep deprived. By skipping on sleep, we are neglecti

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  10. Memory Foam Mattresses from Nature’s Sleep Help Prevent Sickness

    Have you ever walked through a hospital and noticed that clean, sterile smell in the hallways? That smell is a product of offgassing. Offgassing is the gas that is emitted from certain materials. It can be toxic or non-toxic, depending on the materials the gasses are being emitted from. Mattress are no exception due to the fact that they are treated with flame retardants and possibly other chemicals. The newest type of mattress are memory foam mattresses. Due to the high demand, companies are finding ways to cut corners with production in order to churn out more of this product. When a memory foam mattress is constructed with sub-par materials, it can cause problems with asthma, allergies along with a variety of other health troubles.



    Now it is important

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