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From Then to Now: A Timeline of Mattress Innovation

Sleep has been man’s best friend since the beginning of time. But when your bed feels like a rock—or actually is a rock—you probably won’t get restful zzz’s. Thanks to modernization and ingenuity (and a lot of cranky sleepers), mattresses—and sleep—are now better than ever. And the newest memory foam mattresses feature some of the most innovative technology you’ll find...

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Sleeping Habits Of People Across UK

Many people in the UK view their capability or inability to sleep as more of a roulette situation, relying on sheer luck for their sleep. It is as if they have to wait for the Sandman to come down and spread some ‘sleep dust’ for them to have a good night’s sleep. But, a good night’s sleep is important for...

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Insomnia - What You Need To Know + How To Beat It

Insomnia - Sleep is very much part and parcel of our day to day activities, since without proper rest our bodies can deteriorate, leaving us at risk for various health issues such as high blood pressure, heart problems, and even acquiring a sleep disorder too, like insomnia or parasomnia, just to name a few. Although some people are lucky enough...

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Feng Shui - How To Feng Shui Your Bedroom

Feng Shui - It may have originated in China but who hasn’t heard of Feng Shui? Pronounced as “fung shway”, this ancient Chinese method of divination uses energy or qi (sometimes spelt “chi”) to promote harmony, balance, and good fortune in a given environment. Traditional Feng Shui can be very complex, and that’s why Feng Shui practitioners spend years studying...

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Sleep Apnea Everything You Need To Know

What Is Sleep Apnea - Sleep apnea is best described as an involuntary stopping or ceasing of one’s breathing that occurs when you are asleep. There are three main types of sleep apnea. These are obstructive sleep apnea, central sleep apnea, and complex sleep apnea. Obstructive sleep apnea or OSA is the most common of the three. Because it occurs...

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