Sleep deprivation

Sleep Shorts: Sleep Deprivation = Being Drunk on the Job

According to researchers in he Sleep Medicine Division of Harvard Medical School, the average American has lost an hour and half of sleep per night over the past few decades. The sleep-deprivation epidemic is costing companies $63 billion a year from insomnia and other health and productivity-related problems. According to Russell Sanna, the division’s executive…

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Why We Go For Doughnuts.

Are you eyeing those delicious doughnuts? Maybe you mouth is even starting to water? A study shows that how much sleep we get enough can directly effect the types of food choices we make in our day. A bad night’s sleep makes people less resistant to unhealthy foods, and even results in more pleasure from…

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Happy New Year!

Still recovering from New Year’s Eve? I can’t believe where this last year has gone and I am sure you are feeling the same way. 2013 was a good year for us at Mattress Depot USA as I take a moment to reflect to myself. Sadly, we did lose one member of the Mattress Depot…

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Brains Sweep Themselves Clean Of Toxins During Sleep

While the brain sleeps, it clears out harmful toxins, a process that may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s, researchers say. During sleep, the flow of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain increases dramatically, washing away harmful waste proteins that build up between brain cells during waking hours, a study of mice found. “It’s like a dishwasher,” says Dr. Maiken…

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Cheating Ourselves of Sleep

Think you do just fine on five or six hours of shut-eye? Chances are, you are among the many millions who unwittingly shortchange themselves on sleep. Research shows that most people require seven or eight hours of sleep to function optimally. Failing to get enough sleep night after night can compromise your health and may…

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Trouble Sleeping? Paint the Bedroom Blue.

People who paint their bedrooms blue get the most sleep, according to a study released in May by Travelodge. The United Kingdom-based hotel chain surveyed 2,000 men and women across the England and found that Brits who sleep in blue rooms, reported the best shut-eye patterns, banking an impressive average of 7 hours and 52…

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Want to slash your health care costs, boost your brainpower and increase your financial smarts? Get some sleep. Too little sleep can bring on costly health problems. A 2011 study by the University of California at San Diego and Harvard University concluded that men who most missed out on deep sleep were 83% more likely…

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1.  Innerspring Coil – Most common and usually the least expensive but has the most motion transfer and pressure points causing tossing.  This interrupts our sleep cycle.  Queen sets range from $299 to $699. 2.  Pocket Coil – Becoming more common as they are generally more comfortable than innerspring with less motion transfer and pressure…

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Most people automatically think that the mattress is the most important product for getting a good night’s sleep.  While it is true that sleeping on a great mattress with proper support will help you sleep better it is not the only necessary product needed for getting a great night’s sleep.  The other important products are…

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