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TEMPUR-Flex® Is Now at Sleepy’s!

The all-new TEMPUR-Flex® Collection is now at Sleepy’s!

3.28.15 Tempur Flex

TEMPUR-Flex: the perfect pairing
The TEMPUR-Flex® collection pairs all the sleep-transforming benefits of TEMPUR® material with a new, dynamically responsive feel.

Using hybrid construction, this new Tempur-Pedic® collection introduces an all-new TEMPUR material and Dynamic Support™ Layer. It’s the feel that only Tempur-Pedic can deliver.

  • We start with all-new TEMPUR-Response™ material, designed to respond more quickly to your movement (3 times faster than other TEMPUR formulations). It delivers TEMPUR’s adaptive support, pressure relief, and motion dispersal–all the benefits that make sleeping on a Tempur-Pedic uniquely rejuvenating—and real ease of movement.
  • Underneath, a new Dynamic Support Layer made of densely packed precision coils engineered to actively react to your body’s movement.

This perfect pairing of new technologies delivers support that more quickly responds to you, and all the benefits of TEMPUR material in a whole new feel.

Find a Sleepy’s near you to experience the all-new TEMUR-Flex® or shop now at Sleepys.com!

The Pitfalls of Sharing Your Sleep Space

Making the transition from sleeping alone to sleeping next to someone can be a difficult change to make.  Adjusting to someone else’s bedtime routines, sleeping position and nighttime habits can cause serious tension within a relationship.  In fact, over 30% of couples now say they sleep in separate beds or in completely separate rooms.  Let’s avoid a sleep separation and talk about some of the pitfalls couples face when sharing a sleeping space and ways to resolve these issues.

You’re peacefully sleeping the night away when suddenly your partner wakes you up with a swift, yet unintentional, elbow to the face.  Raise your hand if this has ever happened to you.  Adjusting to sharing a bed can take time, and in the middle of the night it’s easy to forget that you can no longer occupy the entire bed.  If you, or your partner, have a tendency to flail their limbs while they sleep, then a bigger bed is definitely better.  For two people, at least a Queen-size bed is recommended for a comfortable night’s sleep, but if you have some extra space in the bedroom a King-size bed would be best.  If a King isn’t an option, use a body pillow as a barrier between you and your partner to avoid black eyes and bruised ribs.

If your partner’s constant tossing and turning makes you feel like you’re sleeping in a Bouncy Castle, it may be time to replace your mattress.  A mattress made with memory foam, latex, or individually wrapped coils will minimize the amount movement you feel from your partner’s side of the bed.  So, toss the old mattress before you toss your partner out of bed.

Do you wake up in the middle of the night on the brink of hypothermia?  If your partner is a blanket hog there’s a simple solution that will keep you both toasty all night long.  All you have to do is change your sheets!  If you sleep on a King-size mattress you can use a normal King size fitted sheet, but here’s the trick… instead of using one King-size flat sheet, use two Twin XL flat sheets and two Twin XL blankets.  This gives you each your own individual sheet and blanket, so you can control the temperature of your side of the bed without worrying about a blanket bandit.  You can cleverly disguise this with a King size comforter and keep your sheet secret to yourself.

While getting a new mattress and changing your sheets might be easy fixes, your partners annoying sleep habits may be harder to break.  According to a survey conducted by Sleepy’s, the biggest pet peeve among couples is their partner’s snoring.  While snoring can be a sign of a more serious issue, like sleep apnea, there are a few tricks you can use to help reduce your snoring.  First, try changing your sleeping position.  Back sleepers are more prone to snoring because this position restricts their airways.  Try sleeping on your side or your stomach instead.  Using the correct pillow can also help dissipate your unfavorable habit.  The right pillow will correct your sleeping posture, aligning your neck and spine and opening up your airways.  So, quit keeping your partner up all night and change your pillow.

So, why do we put up with it all?  It could be because sleeping next to someone makes us feel better.  Studies have shown that there are physical and mental health benefits that directly correlate to sharing a bed with the one you love.  As reported by the Wall Street Journal, “shared sleep in healthy relationships may lower levels of cortisol, a stress hormone.  Sharing a bed may also reduce cytokines, involved in inflammation, and boost oxytocin, the so-called love hormone that is known to ease anxiety and is produced in the same part of the brain responsible for the sleep-wake cycle”.  And although sharing your bed with a blanket hog or a snorer may be difficult at first, the pros definitely outweigh the cons.

For more information follow me on Twitter and Instagram @SnoozeDirector, like Sleepy’s on Facebook, and be sure to check back here for more sleep tips, tricks, and Snooze News.


Contributor: Elizabeth Murphy

Make an Investment in Your Health

Last week I visited Sleepy’s Westbury showroom where I had an enlightening conversation with Mattress Professional Patrick Wayne.  We were talking about the showroom and all of Sleepy’s upcoming sales, when he said something that really stuck with me, “I try to explain to every customer how important their mattress is.  I tell them about spinal alignment, I ask about their sleeping position, but usually they just want to know the price.”  He went on, “People don’t understand how important it is to invest in a good mattress.  You use it more than anything else in your house.”  Patrick, I couldn’t agree with you more.  I think it’s time we discuss how important it is to invest in a good mattress.

A new survey conducted by the Better Sleep Council found that almost 60% of consumers strongly agree that the right mattress would help them get a better night’s sleep.  However, only 40% of consumers say that they are currently sleeping on a comfortable mattress.  If we understand the correlation between a good mattress and a good night’s sleep, then why aren’t we doing anything about it?

Well, let’s be honest, buying a mattress can be daunting.  It’s not a purchase that you make very often and the variety of choices can make it confusing.  However, it may just be one of the most important purchases you make.  Getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for your health, mood, and even your job.  As Dr. Allan Rechtschaffen from the University of Chicago stated, “Sleep is as essential as food, air, and water”.  And a good night’s sleep starts with your mattress.

So, how do you know when to replace your mattress?  The first indicator is how you feel when you wake up in the morning.  If you wake up sore or stiff, it could be a result of sleeping on the wrong mattress.  The most important factor when choosing a mattress is ensuring that your entire body is aligned while you sleep, from your neck to your heels.  Sleepy’s has the innovative bedMATCH™ system which takes all of the guess work out of mattress shopping.  Through a patented computer and test bed, it uses over 1,000 calculations and 18 measurements to recommend a mattress that will give you optimal support.  All you have to do is walk into a showroom, and our Mattress Professionals will give you a mattress profile to help you pick your most comfortable mattress.

Another indicator of when to replace your mattress is time.  The healthy lifespan of a mattress is 5 years, and while this is ideal, most people don’t replace their mattress that often.  But according to the CDC, “Research links greater sleep quality and reduced back pain, stiffness, and shoulder pain to sleeping on a new mattress as compared to a mattress 5 years or older.”  So, if you’re sleeping on the same mattress on your 15th wedding anniversary that you slept on the night of your wedding, it’s time to replace your mattress.

If you know that you need to replace your mattress, what’s holding you back?  Perhaps it’s the price.  A mattress is definitely a big ticket item, but it could be one of the most important items you own for your health and well-being.  Let’s break it down to numbers.  Let’s say you purchase a mattress for $3,000.  That seems like a good chunk of change, right?  Well, take that $3,000 and divide it by the healthy lifespan of a mattress, 5 years.  That comes out to $1.64 a night.  $1.64!  That’s less than I spent on a cup of coffee this morning!  When you consider all the benefits that a good night’s sleep provides, a new mattress is an investment worth making for your health.

Let’s say you need a new mattress but you can’t afford to spend the money right now.  That’s where we come in.  This Thursday through Saturday, Sleepy’s has special financing* on select Tempur-Pedic mattresses.  It’s time to visit a showroom near you for a one-on-one shopping experience with a Mattress Professional.  They will guide you to your most comfortable mattress and make sure you’re making the right investment.

For more information follow me on Twitter and Instagram @SnoozeDirector, like Sleepy’s on Facebook, and be sure to check back here for more sleep tips, tricks, and Snooze News.


Contributor: Elizabeth Murphy


*Subject to credit approval.  Minimum monthly payments required.  See a Sleepy’s showroom for details.

Is Your Sleep Being Affected by a Sleep Disorder or Your Mattress?

Why Can’t I Sleep—Haven’t I Tried Everything?!

While some sleep problems may be the result of serious sleep disorders, a sleep survey conducted by Arc Consulting for the Better Sleep Council concluded that sometimes all you need to do to get a good night’s rest is to replace your old mattress.

The majority of people in the study agreed that a bad mattress could mean back problems, poorer quality sleep and overall decline in health and wellness. But among these 400 adults, almost half of them (46 percent) said that they didn’t replace their mattresses until their old ones were in “bad” or “very bad” shape. In fact, those surveyed were 5 times more likely to blame their poor sleep quality on daytime stress than their substandard mattresses.

Andrea Herman, Director of the Better Sleep Council, said in general people took a quite impractical approach to diagnosing the root of their sleep problems. While theoretically they understood that replacing their mattresses could fix the issue, they often overlooked this simple connection between sleep and mattress quality when finding a solution became necessary.

The study confirmed this wide disconnect between knowledge and behavior. Respondent said that during normal daily life, they rarely thought of their mattresses. There didn’t seem to be a need to do so unless you noticed a specific problem with the mattress. People were much more likely to attribute problems to aspects of their lives that seemed more relevant, or more pressing, like stress at work and among family and friends.

How do I Decide When to Replace My Mattress?

Andrea Herman said that people who find that they toss and turn at night for no apparent reason should consider the condition of their mattresses. While stress may sometimes be an inevitable hindrance to even the best snoozers’ quality of sleep, getting a new mattress is a quick and easy fix.

Researchers suggested that people perform a formal “Rest Test” two times every year in order to evaluate the condition of their mattresses. Go to a home department or specialty mattress store and weigh how those new mattresses feel as compared to the one you use at home. When shopping for a mattress, keep these criteria in mind:

  1. Adequate Support
  2. Long-Term Comfort
  3. Sufficient Space
  4. Durability / Warranty
  5. Accompanying Bed Foundations
  6. Overall Value

Remember, a mattress is a big purchase that you will use every night. It’s important to make the right decision. Take your shoes off, get under the sheets, bring along your bed partner, etc. — the store employees won’t mind. How else will you know what it’ll feel like?


Contributor: Alex Smith of SleepDisorders.com

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The NEW TEMPUR-Simplicity at Sleepy’s

Tempur-pedic is one of the most recognized mattress brands in the world.  Known as the mattress made for astronauts in NASA, the Tempur-pedic mattresses are made of body conforming memory foam that will ease your body into a state of relaxation and quality sleep.  Up until now, Tempur-pedic has only offered high end, luxury lines that can cost thousands of dollars.  For the first time ever, Tempur-pedic is offering their legendary mattresses in a more affordable price range with the TEMPUR-Simplicity line.

The TEMPUR-Simplicity line offers comfort and support for more budgets.  Along with attractive financing, the starting price for the TEMPUR-Simplicity line is just $699!  This more affordable line of Tempur-pedic mattresses come in three different (and clearly labeled) ranges of comfort, soft, medium and firm.

Get all the benefits of a classic Tempur-pedic mattress, from reduced motion transfer to pressure point relief; you can have it all for a much more reasonable price.  The TEMPUR-Simplicity comes with a 10 year warranty and a 90-Night trial.  All of our Sleepy’s showrooms have the TEMPUR-Simplicity line as well as the AlluraBed, the RhapsodyBed, the TEMPUR-Cloud line and the TEMPUR-Contour line.  While you’re testing out a Tempur-pedic mattress at Sleepy’s, don’t forget to try the Ergo Adjustable Bases that offer customizable comfort and take your Tempur-pedic sleeping experience beyond your dreams.  Make sure to visit your local Sleepy’s showroom to experience the elite comfort of the many Tempur-pedic lines that we have to offer.


Contributor: Emily Barrett

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Is it Time for a New Mattress?

A mattress is a long-term purchase, so it’s easy to forget the basics such as the warning signs that you may need a new mattress.  Mattresses can come with warranties that last 10-20 years but sometimes you may need a replacement sooner than that.  So how are you supposed to know if it’s time for a new mattress?

The first sign is how old your mattress is.  If your mattress is between 5-7 years old it could be time for a new mattress.  Since the years have passed when you first purchased your mattress, your body has gone through changes whether they are natural (gain/lose weight, muscle mass, etc) or not (surgery, accident, etc) your mattress may not be properly supporting the recent changes that have happened to you.

If you find that you’re waking up with aches and pains or even more tired than you were before going to bed, that is another sign you may need a new mattress.  A mattress that doesn’t properly support you can cause aches and pains from building pressure points throughout the night.  The increasing pressure points also lead to tossing and turning throughout the night to find some sort of comfortable position which makes you feel exhausted in the morning because you didn’t get any sleep.

Finding a comfortable spot to sleep anywhere but in your bedroom is another possible sign you need to replace your mattress.  Sleeping on your couch, or recliner, or maybe even your car, is not conducive to restful sleep.  These pieces of furniture are not meant to support you for the recommended 7-9 hours of sleep like your mattress is made for.

Examine the surface of your mattress.  If you see the indentation from where you sleep and even if you regularly rotate your mattress it won’t go away, that is another sign you may need a new mattress.  Remember your mattress should always conform to you, not you to it.

We spend one-third of our lives in bed, so always make sure that you are being properly supported each night by your mattress.  Sleep directly affects your quality of life so make sure you invest in your health by getting a mattress that is comfortable and supportive.

I made a video about the signs when you may need a new mattress.  Check it out below!  When do you know it’s time to replace your mattress?  Leave me a comment in the comment section below to get the conversation going.


Contributor: Emily Barrett

Pets in the Bed Debate

The American Pet Products Association recently surveyed pet owners and found that almost half of dog owners and over half of cat owners let their furry friends cuddle up next to them in bed.  I’m actually a little surprised by those high statistics, I really didn’t think that many people would be so keen on letting their four legged family members sleep with them.  Maybe from watching cartoons of dogs living in dog houses when I was a child, or perhaps since I have never let my own dogs stay in my bed, I just assumed most people wouldn’t let their animals in bed with them.

I have two dogs, Napoleon (8 years old) and Ethan (1.5 years old), and they have never slept in my bed or my room.  I have my reasons though.  Ethan, who is finally getting out of his puppy stage, was a notorious bed wetter for a while and I never wanted to take the chance of having him ruin my mattress.  The choice was simple; Ethan would not be allowed on my bed.  Napoleon being older and having more control of his bladder was a different story.  I tried one night to let him stay in my bed, but I don’t think that experience lasted longer than 15 minutes.  Napoleon somehow took up most of my full sized mattress (he’s only 30 pounds) and snores louder than any human I have ever heard snore.  From that one experiment on, my decision was super easy, Napoleon was not allowed on my bed.

Ethan is on the left and Napoleon is on the right

Between the bedwetting and the snoring, I had to make the ultimate decision to put my quality of sleep over my dogs, and you know what, I’m totally fine with it.  I love my dogs to pieces but I cherish my sleep and I want to make sure I take any and all distractions out of my room so that I can have restful sleep.  But it’s not like my dogs are sleeping on rocks.  Napoleon has the run of the downstairs, meaning he can sleep on the couches or his bed, but for some reason he always winds up on the kitchen floor. Ethan has an oversized cage with a pillow and blankets to snuggle with (we don’t want him to make a mess on the couch).

The decision to share your bed with your furry family members is completely up to you.  But if you choose to let them on your bed, I recommend getting a mattress protector for your bed.  Besides protecting your mattress from stains and damage, it will also protect your warranty and I’m pretty sure that my Ethan isn’t the only puppy who is still learning how to control his bladder.  Do yourself a favor, eliminate stress and clean up with a mattress protector pad.

So now that you know where I stand on animals in the bed, what’s your opinion?  Do you let your pets sleep in bed with you?  Why do you or why do you not let your pets spend the night in your bed?


Contributor: Emily Barrett

The Importance of Mattress Reviews

I’m at a stage in my life where I’m starting to prepare to purchase my first mattress on my own.  The past three mattresses I’ve slept on in my life have all been picked by my mother, none of which I got to test myself, and the one I’m sleeping on now is a hand-me-down from my mom!  All my mattresses have done their job, I’ve slept well and comfortably, so I’m feeling the pressure of having to pick out my own mattress.  If you’re in the market for a new mattress and feeling overwhelmed by not knowing where to start, try reading through customer reviews first.

Customer reviews can be the best, and easiest, way to navigate the sea of beds in the showrooms.  They may just look like white rectangles to you, but after reading through some customer reviews, you may understand that the proper mattress can change your quality of life.  Customer reviews are a great stepping stone to get the ball rolling on picking your new mattress, and with thousands of reviews online, they are pretty easy to find.

Mattress shopping is hard, but starting the process shouldn’t be.  You ask your friends and family about what GPS they have and if they like it or not, why not ask them about the mattress they sleep on?  Sleepys.com has plenty of reviews for your viewing.  Besides seeing customer reviews, you also have access to our “Staff Favorites.”  In this new section, you can read reviews of the mattress that selected employees who work in the Sleepy’s corporate offices are sleeping on.  You can read about why they love their mattress and you can just click the picture of the featured mattress to see more details about that exact mattress.  Linda DiMarco, who is the Online Art Director at Sleepy’s, came up with the idea for the “Staff Favorites” page saying that, “Since Sleepy’s has such a wide selection of mattresses and that we have many employees at the company, we all sleep on a different mattress and want to tell you what our sleep experience is like on our own mattress.”

What I like about the “Staff Favorites” section is that it gives you a chance to see the people who work behind the scenes in the corporate office, as well as read reviews of different mattresses to help you find your perfect mattress.  So if you’re looking for a starting point in your search for a new mattress, check out what our employees are sleeping on and then visit your local Sleepy’s showroom to test them out for yourself!

The top 10 mattresses with the highest reviews on Sleepys.com are the King Koil Comfort Solutions Thaila Plush Mattress, Laura Ashley Aurora Collection Euro Top Mattress, King Koil Comfort Solutions Kuray Euro Top Plush Mattress, The RhapsodyBed by Tempur-Pedic, Sleepy’s Direct Capital Mattress, Simmons Beautyrest Haworth Plush Mattress, Sealy Comfort Balance Ellington Plush Mattress, the AlluraBed by Tempur-Pedic, Serta Perfect Sleeper Rosa Vista Plush Mattress and Sealy Posturepedic Mohican Firm.

Here is what one Sleepy’s customer said in their review of the AlluraBed by Tempur-Pedic on Sleepys.com:

“My wife and I waited a long time to be able to purchase the ultimate sleep experience, and we love it! It was highly recommended by my sister and her husband, and we agree. It is by far the most unique sleeping experience. No aches and pains in the morning, no rolling into your partner, much quieter, and no sagging…just great support and comfort. I would recommend it to everyone!”

If you go through a few customer reviews, you might find several that you can relate to.  Use the above review as an example.  Perhaps on your current mattress you wake up achy more often than not, or perhaps you and your partner roll into each other in the middle of the night.  Wouldn’t that review make you want to test the AlluraBed to see if it could fix your current sleeping problem?

Besides having a brief written review of their mattress, customers also fill out an overall rating as well as a comfort, quality and value rating on a five-star scale.  The customer also adds how the mattress felt compared to their expectations (firmer or softer than expected).  The customer reviews on Sleepys.com also provide pros and cons (if any).

Reading customer reviews is a great way to start your mattress shopping experience.  But what really needs to happen is you should go to a showroom to test the mattresses yourself.  You’ll have expert advice from one of our Mattress Professionals and you’ll get to feel the comfort and support of each mattress so that you will know sleep system works best for you and which one does not.  Any fan of Tempur-Pedic mattresses will swear by it, but to you, you may not feel comfortable on the high density memory foam mattress.  You won’t know until you try it out yourself!

Sleepy’s employees who wish to write a review about their mattress from Sleepy’s can email the E-Commerce team.  If you are a Sleepy’s customer and would like to review your new mattress, visit the Ratings and Reviews section on Sleepys.com for easy to follow instructions and enter to win a $500 Visa gift card!


Contributor: Emily Barrett

Sleepy’s Feature: Sleep Options

Sleepy’s is proud to announce that we are donating mattresses to a family in need as their home gets completely remodeled on this season of ABC’s hit show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition.  The Sleepy’s mattress donation comes courtesy from their exclusive mattress brand, Sleep Options.  The Johnson-Goslee family in Mardela Springs, Maryland was surprised September 28th with the generous and well-deserved home makeover.

The Johnson-Goslee Family

Last Christmas Eve, 16-year-old Wyzhir Johnson-Goslee got into a tragic accident while doing his best at completing much needed repairs to his family’s home with his grandfather.  That fateful Christmas Eve, Wyzhir’s jacket got caught in a fast moving machine saw and in an attempt to get his jacket out of the saw’s teeth, fell backwards causing the saw to fall on his hand and sever it.  Wyzhir went through numerous surgeries and therapies but unfortunately his hand could not rehabilitate and lost his left hand.

Living in an 80 year old home that has no “in-ground” foundation, the Johnson-Goslee’s home has been unevenly settling since it was built and has left their house in complete disrepair.  The walls are not leveled with each other and the ceilings are a whopping two feet shy of the standard height, only coming in at six feet high.  The Johnson-Goslee family deserves a home that is beautiful and functional and with the mattresses donated from Sleep Options, they will be sleeping great each and every night in their newly remodeled home.  Sleep Options will be donating four of their 8 inch memory foam mattresses to the Maryland family.

Sleep Options' 8 inch Memory Foam Mattress

Sleepy’s is the exclusive retailer of Sleep Options mattresses.  What makes Sleep Options stand out in a crowd of mattresses is all in their name, options.  When it comes to Sleep Options mattresses, you can pick whether you want either memory foam or natural latex mattresses.  Once you’ve decided on what your Sleep Options mattress is made of then you can pick the height of the mattress which can be 8”, 11” or even 13”

Both the memory foam mattress and the latex mattress are body contouring materials that relieve pressure points and diminish tossing and turning.  One of the only differences between the two mattresses is that the memory foam mattress is man made and the latex mattress originates from the natural sap of a rubber tree.  Both mattresses from Sleep Options are antimicrobial and resistant to mold, mildew and dust mites.  The Latex mattress is also hypoallergenic.  All Sleep Options mattresses come with a 10 year warranty and can fit on either a standard or low profile foundation.

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition airs on ABC Sunday nights.  Check your local listing for times.  And don’t forget to stop by your local Sleepy’s showroom and visit Sleepys.com for our upcoming Election Day Sale!


Contributor: Emily Barrett

Snow Birds and Their Mattresses

Summer has come and gone, the fall foliage will peak in no time, and then before you know it, old man winter will be knocking at our doors.  You may still have the sand between your toes, but soon enough you’ll be applying layers of clothing rather than sunscreen.  While most of us will soon be stocking up on shovels and melting salt, many of the retired and senior citizens will be flocking the airlines and migrating to the warmer weather for the better of the next six to seven months. 

Winter is coming, don't get left behind!

Appropriately named the “Snow Birds,” these older generations have the right idea by heading to popular warm destinations where they may have bought a second home to wait out the wicked winter conditions of the Northeast.  Living in a secondary home shouldn’t mean sleeping on a lower quality mattress.  Sleep is always important, no matter where you are staying. 

Important questions that these snow birds should ask themselves upon arriving at their warmer weather home, “How do I sleep on this mattress?  How comfortable is this mattress?” And most importantly, “How long ago did I buy this mattress?”  Spending almost half the year on an old, unsupportive mattress does no good for the body or the mind.  Being that the snow birds are comprised of older generations, it is very likely that since the last time that they bought the mattress for their secondary home (or even since the last time that they have stayed there) that their bodies have changed, which means that their old mattress won’t comfortably support them for a great night’s sleep.  As we age, our bodies lose muscle mass and become more fragile, therefore our needs from our mattress will change more frequently than the 10+ years the mattress can last. 

Sleepy’s, the Mattress Professionals, is here to take care of the snow birds’ every need.  With over 700 locations across the Northeast, you can stop in to any of our showrooms to test which mattress works perfectly for you.  Sleepy’s delivers to all 50 states, so the new mattress that you pick out can easily be delivered to your home in the warmer destinations.  We will also remove your old mattress and install your new mattress upon delivery.  With loyal, quality mattress brands such as Simmons, Sealy, Serta and My Side (just to name a few), Sleepy’s is definitely the most trusted name in mattresses, providing you the opportunity to find the best mattress for you and that fits your budget.

The right mattress compliments a great night's sleep.

Sleep is always an essential need, no matter what age you are.  Not getting eight hours of quality sleep can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and depression.  To fully enjoy your golden years, you’ll want to be getting a great night’s sleep every night on a mattress that best suits your comfort needs.  Even if it’s the mattress in your second home in that warm destination, you should make sure that you have the proper mattress for the months that you’ll be spending on it while dreaming of sunsets on the beach and how great it feels to not shovel snow. 

I'm definitely going to be a snow bird when I retire.


Contributor: Emily Barrett

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