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Booze and Sleep Don't Mix

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Consuming even a moderate amount of alcohol an hour before bed has been shown to reduce melatonin production, which can disrupt the sleep-wake cycle. Alcohol also harms sleep by causing new sleep disorders or worsening existing ones. Leading relaxation of head ,nick, and throat muscles, which might interfere with breathing during sleep leading to more frequent trips to the bathroom. Increasing the risk of sleep walking or sleep eating. For those who enjoy a drink in the evening , share these tips with them to avoid sleep problems. Have your last drink three to four hours before bed. Try to...

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Booze and Sleep Don't Mix

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Alcohol may be robbing you a good night rest. Here's a reason to celebrate dry-people are likely to sleep better. A pole by American academy of Sleep Medicine reveals nearly seven in ten Americans reported losing sleep because they had a drink too close to bed time, according to a Nov.29 Medical express article. Adult between the ages of 35 and 44 most likely to drink late (78%), and men are more likely than women to report losing sleep due to drinking (75% vs.60%) While you might think alcohol helps you sleep, there are negative effects to having a drink...

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Your Bedroom Is Your Sleep Sanctuary

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Your bedroom should be the place you retreat and recharge after a long day. The place where you begin and end your day. Between essentials oils and fluffy pillows, making sure your sleep space is suited to your specifications is important to your quality to rest. To complete your sleep sanctuary, consider upgrading to the best mattress for you. Trust us, you`ll be thankful for a new bed!

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You Deserve Better Sleep Quality

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If you have trouble sleeping at night, upgrading to a new mattress can help improve your sleep quality-not to mention your sleep is extremely important to your personal success and happiness. To be the best you, you need the best bed, so don't be afraid of upgrading your bed to find your best sleep ever.

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More Room To Share

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If you sleep with a partner, you likely understand the need for your own space. But, you know a queen or king bed would give you and your partner more space to sleep happy. So consider upgrading your bed to bigger size to sleep well.

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