Find a Mattress in Sacramento that Will Give You the Sleep You Deserve

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As reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about a third of American adults don’t get enough sleep. While medical experts recommend getting at least seven hours of sleep, the task may seem impossible to many. Perhaps they’re too exhausted, have a lot on their minds, have existing medical ailments, or they just have the wrong mattress in their bedrooms.

Better Sleep Starts with the Right Mattress

The National Sleep Foundation reported in their survey that a huge percentage of Americans admit that a mattress can make big difference in their sleep habits. Other studies have found that spending restless nights on an uncomfy mattress can contribute to obesity and elevated levels of stress. Even more importantly, people with back pain need to have the correct support for their spine and joints whenever they retire for the night. For this reason, specially-designed foams made with high-quality materials, and with the proper firmness, are recommended to address the problems of back pain and poor sleep.

Not Just the Type of Mattress

Aside from the support that mattresses offer, there are specialized beds that aim to relieve back pain and improve overall well-being. Adjustable beds have back rests and leg rests that can be lowered or raised depending on your preference. By just pushing a button or tapping on a tablet remote, you can achieve a position that is less strenuous on your back — whether you’re reading a book, eating a meal in bed, or watching the TV. Read mre from this blog: http://bit.ly/2n2rtUZ

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