1. Sweet Dreams

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, it’s estimated that 50-70 million Americans can’t sleep. More Americans are struggling to get to sleep and stay asleep than ever before. However, a lack of sleep can impact not only your day but also your overall health and well being., the 0-risk memory foam mattress company, offers advice for why you’re not getting the sleep you need.

2. 1. You Don’t Have a Bedtime

People who wake up and fall asleep at the same time report feeling more energized and better rested than those who didn’t. If you stay up late on Friday and Saturday night, or wake up later on the weekends, you may have more trouble falling asleep on Sunday night. Adjusting your biological rhythms on the weekends may throw off your natural sleep patterns causing you to have a “case of the Monday’s.”

3. 2. Your Bedroom Is Too Hot or Cold

Your body temperature drops at night, so you want to keep your room at a cool, comfortable level. It’s recommended to keep your room temperature between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. If you go above or below these numbers it can disrupt your slumber.

4. 3. Dim the Lights

A half hour before you go to sleep try dimming the lights, stop reading your cellphone/tablet, and shut off the television to get a better night’s sleep. The glare from these devices and other lights can cue your brain to be alert instead of fall asleep.

5. 5. You’re Not Sure How Old Your Mattress Is

If your mattress is older than 7 years or if you wake up feeling stiff and sore, it may be time to think about a new mattress. A worn out mattress doesn’t provide the same support as a newer one, even if you flip it. A high quality mattress with positive customer reviews, like the memory foam mattresses sold at, can be a great foundation for a good night’s sleep.

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