Category: MATTRESS Tips
Mattresses from the 60’s through the 70’s and 80’s were built with bulky springs that are no longer useful today. Because technology has advanced, mattress springs work differently now. Disposing of these outdated mattresses, however has become a problem in landfills because mattresses designed from those decades have parts do not easily degrade.
Just like your car, your mattress is a big investment purchase. You’ll benefit a lot from it for many years of use only if you take care of it and avoid doing things that will contribute to its deterioration. Caring for the mattress comes with common sense, but sometimes, these little reminders may be necessary:
As with many other things, choosing whether to get an adjustable mattress is really a matter of personal requirement. Just because you can score a good deal from this, or a neighbor has had a great experience with it, you might not be able to maximize use of this kind of mattress if it’s not really something you need.
Because the holidays are filled with so many activities, the children are also most likely to stay up later than usual. With school on a break, there’s nothing else to give them that rigid routine for sleep, and things can get messed up. Should you indulge and let kids enjoy this, or should you make sure that they don’t forget their routine? In some households, routines are still upheld because it makes for a very stress-free holiday vacation. When everyone, including the kids are getting good sleep, no one wakes up sore and cranky!
1.) Your host may not have the chance to prepare to stock up extras on shampoo, soaps, toothpastes and since you are not exactly staying a hotel, it would be best to pack your own toiletries. It would also not be prudent to take extended soaks in the tub or have a long hot sure, especially if you’re left to share the bathroom with other members of the household. Even if you do have your own bathroom in the guest’s area, it would be considerate to just take showers and bath as necessary.
News have it that it will be a cold, cold winter season this year, with many in the Western hemisphere experiencing what would be the coldest winter freeze for two weeks at most. It’s the kind of cold that hasn’t been felt since the 1940’s, so those living in the colder climates should prepare and bundle up in bed to live through the harsh weather and still enjoy the holidays. To make the best of a cold climate, invest in the following bedding essentials now:
Sleep is a public health issue and it matters because this is when the body does its best to repair itself. It also helps with boosting the immunity functions and the development of growth hormones that makes it possible for the body to withstand sickness and diseases. The lack of sleep or the insufficient amount of sleep one gets when they are overworked, or stressed and very busy doing other things have known to take its toll. But consequently, having the wrong type of mattress can also hamper comfort that affects the quality of sleep.