Misconceptions about Sleep

The following is from the Better Sleep Council where they looked at common misconceptions about sleep and whether Americans understand what's correct.  Let's see how well you fare: Do you believe that nothing's really happening when you doze?   154 million Americans...

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Are You Getting Enough Shut-Eye?

According to research conducted by the Better Sleep Council, although 85% of people say sleep is important to health, 42% of people report they aren't getting enough shut-eye.  In fact 66% say they need 8 or more hours of sleep to feel "well-rested and energized in...

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How long is too long? Is it time for a new mattress?

According to the Better Sleep Council's recent research, consumer's satisfaction with their sleep quality correlates with the age of their mattress.  Those sleeping on newer mattresses sleep better than those going to bed every night on a mattress set they've had for...

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Sleep! Glorious Sleep!

According to a Better Sleep Council survey, individuals realize that good health isn't the result of only one action or habit, but they overwhelmingly agree that sleep is a foundation of wellness, with 85% of respondents rating it as very important to their own health...

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A good mattress is key for getting a good night’s sleep!

A good night's sleep is the most important factor for good health and well-being---more vital to wellness than even a healthy diet, exercise or regular medical checkups, according to consumers surveyed on behalf of the Better Sleep Council (BSC).  Consumers also see a...

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Cinco de Mayo 2017 Mattress Sale at the Wolf Outlet Store!

Thinking of a new mattress?  Think no more!  Join us on May 4th, 5th and 6th for a special mattress sale to celebrate Cinco de Mayo 2017!  Wolf will have special sales on twin mattresses ($59.00) and queen sets ($175.00), along with many more discounted mattresses and...

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Losing out on Sleep and Weight Gain: 23rd Random Sleep Fact

People who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to have bigger appetites due to the fact that their leptin levels (leptin is an appetite-regulating hormone) fall, promoting appetite increase. Losing out on sleep creates a viscous cycle in your body, making you prone...

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#22 out of 25 Random Sleep Facts…Sleeping at work?!?

According to the results of National Sleep Foundation's 2008 Sleep in America poll, a surprising 34 percent of respondents reported their employer allows them to nap during breaks and 16 percent provide a place to do so. Wolf Corporation is a mattress manufacturer....

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21st Random Sleep Fact…Driving While Sleepy!

According to the results of National Sleep Foundation's 2008 sleep in America poll, 36 percent of Americans drive drowsy or fall asleep while driving. Sleeping while driving is a sure way to hurt yourself as well as others.  Sleepiness decreases your reaction time and...

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Random Sleep Fact #20…Self-imposed Sleep Deprivation

One of the primary causes of excessive sleepiness among Americans is self-imposed sleep deprivation. Some people stay up late on purpose because they want to get more work done, spend time on electronics, use coffee as a crutch, or don’t recognize the importance of...

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