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Your Guide to Mattress Sizes

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

Twin, Full, Queen or King?

The size of mattress you pick will depend on the size of the room it’ll be placed in and how many people will be sleeping on it. But in order to make the best decision, you’ll want to know the exact dimensions you’ll be working with, as well as the pros and cons of each mattress size. That’s why we’ve created this handy guide to mattress sizes. We want to make sure that the next time you come into our store, you’ll be armed with the right information.

Learn more about the different sizes below, and be sure to give us a call or just stop by if you need any help finding the right size mattress for your home.

Twin

Dimensions: 38” x 75”

Where to Use: Fit for a single sleeper, twin beds are perfect for kids’ rooms, especially young kids who have just outgrown their cribs. The compact size makes it easy for even a small room to feel big (especially when paired with a young child’s imagination). Parents also like these mattresses because they can be used on daybeds and bunk beds, giving them more options in tight spaces.

Twin XL

Dimensions: 38” x 80”

Where to Use: Like a regular twin mattress, a twin XL is really only big enough to sleep one. However, those five extra inches of legroom can come in quite handy for adults and taller adolescents! College dormitories also tend to favor these mattresses, as they’re long enough for even the lankiest basketball players but still narrow enough to fit in the dorm.

Full

Dimensions: 53” x 75”

Where to Use: A full bed is a bit wider than a twin, but it’s really quite a squeeze for two. Most couples wouldn’t like sleeping on a full bed night after night, unless space is really tight. The lack of legroom can also cramp many adults’ style. Because of this, full beds are best recommended for children and teenagers. They can also be a great option for guest rooms.

Queen

Dimensions: 60” x 80”

Where to Use: Plenty wide for two and long enough for even the tallest, queen beds are a great compromise mattress for couples with relatively small bedrooms. Because queen beds are relatively narrow, it’s easier to squeeze two nightstands, a dresser, or other furniture into the bedroom, making the most out of every inch of space. Single sleepers also love queen beds, as it gives them plenty of space to stretch out at night while not cramping their style during the day.

King

Dimensions: 76” x 80”

Where to Use: When partners want lots of space to stretch out at night, the king bed is the right pick! King beds are especially great in hot, sticky climates, as both partners can retreat to their end of the bed in order to savor those blessed last cool inches of the mattress. Of course, couples who choose a mattress this big need to have a big bedroom. Otherwise, they might have to make compromises on their other bedroom furniture.

California King

Dimensions: 72” x 84”

Where to Use: As you might guess, the California king is especially popular in the state of California. It’s actually slightly smaller than the regular king bed in terms of total area, but most couples don’t really notice the lack of space. This mattress size is great for bedrooms that are longer than they are wide and for very tall sleepers. California king sleepers just need to be careful when selecting bedding, as regular king size sheets and blankets won’t fit on this mattress.

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Shopping Memory Foam Mattresses: Is Gel Foam Really Any Better?

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

If you’ve sat in front of a television for at least an hour at any time during the past 15 years, chances are you’ve seen a commercial advertising memory foam...

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Flip Your Mattress or Rotate: Determining Which Is Better

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

Thirty years ago it was common practice to flip your mattress every few months to prevent indentations from forming in any particular part of the bed that consistently supported the...

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8 Easy Ways to Make Your Mattress Last Longer

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

See how to protect your investment and get the most out of your mattress. The average person spends anywhere from $500 to $3000 or more […]

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How to Reduce Back Pain During Sleep

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

Are you one of the 80% of people who experiences back pain from time to time? Back pain has reached nearly epidemic proportions, with nearly […]

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Classic 5″ Memory Foam (Youth)

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

  • 1" High Quality 2.5lb density Luxury Visco Foam
  • 4" High Density Foam Core Base for Extra Support
  • Zip Off Removable Cover, Machine Washable
  • No Motion Transfer
  • Anti-microbial Protection
  • Open Cell Memory Foam for breathability
  • Certi-PUR Ceritified Eco-friendly foam
  • Box Spring Compatible
  • 10 year NPR warranty
  • Weight 19-27 lbs
  • Twin dimensions: 38"W x 75" L x 5" D
  • Full Dimensions" 53" W x 75" L x 5" D

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The 5 Highest Rated Firm (Hard) Mattresses in 2018

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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Are You a Super Sleeper or Sleep-Deprived?

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

Have you ever heard someone boast about being able to function normally on very little rest, or hear the phrase “super sleeper”? Before you get […]

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From Arthritis to Chronic Back Pain, Finding the Right Mattress for Your Medical Condition is Important

by Julia Rosien @ Restonic

If you have a medical condition, the mattress you sleep may impact your ability to sleep, feel well-rested in the morning and your overall health. Learn how to find a mattress right for you and your health.

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Why Do Some People Talk in Their Sleep?

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

Though it’s somewhat mysterious, sleep talking (a.k.a. somniloquy) is a common phenomenon. About half of kids talk in their sleep at least once a year (and less than 10% do it every day). And roughly 67% of adults talk in their sleep at least once every three months. It often runs in families and tends to be […]

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GelCare Balance 12" Queen Mattress

GelCare Balance 12" Queen Mattress


American Furniture Warehouse

Enjoy rejuvenating sleep with the Health Care Gelcare Balance 12” Queen Mattress by Health Care. It features a total of 6” of memory foam to give you a luxurious, cloud-like sleeping experience. The premium knit cover includes 1” of temperature-balanced Comfort MD memory foam quilted into the top of the mattress to gently contour to your body. A 1” layer of ventilated memory foam works together with a 2” layer of ultra-plush memory foam and 2” of cool touch memory foam to provide a cooler and more comfortable sleeping surface.

Signs of Sleep Deprivation

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

How to Tell if You Aren't Getting Enough Sleep

The science is in – all adults should be getting seven to nine hours of sleep a night. But with our fast-paced lives, it's hard to carve out that much time to sleep every night. Plus, everybody is different. Even if you’re doing your best to follow the best health guidelines, how can you be certain if you’re getting enough sleep?

Luckily, our bodies have some great early-warning systems to help us know if we’re not getting enough sleep. If you notice any of the following symptoms in your daily life, make sure to rework your schedule to make getting more shut-eye a priority.

A quick caveat: pulling the occasional all-nighter to finish a project from work or to soothe a cranky toddler shouldn't have any long-term effects, even if you do feel miserable the next day. We're talking about prolonged lack of sleep here, which has been linked to consequences like cardiovascular disease, obesity, and depression.

1. You're hungry all the time.

Your body has two main sources of energy: food and sleep. If you aren’t getting enough energy from one, your body will try to make it up with the other. So if you find yourself constantly reaching for that extra cupcake, it might be time to cut back on dessert and spend more time looking at the inside of your eyelids.

2. Your self-control is slipping.

Lacking sleep already makes you crave more food – especially sugary, fatty food that you should be eating sparingly. But you might find that you're becoming more impulsive and less inhibited in other ways. If you find that your temper is always close to fraying or that risky behaviors seem like a good idea, that’s a sign you should get more sleep.

3. You’re tripping, bumping into things, and acting like a klutz.

It's true that while some people are blessed with exceptional balance, others … aren't. But if you find that you’re suddenly tripping over every crack in the sidewalk and constantly bumping into things, you might simply be tired. Seemingly ordinary tasks like walking up a flight of stairs take a lot of neural processing and fine motor control. When you’re sleep deprived, you simply don’t have the energy to tackle those tasks the way you used to.

4. You’re constantly getting sick.

When you don’t get enough sleep, your body has a significantly harder time fighting off infections. This means that diseases that your body might have been able to completely clear out without you experiencing any symptoms can now turn you into a sniffling, sneezing mess. Rest is one of the best cures for illness, so take this as your sign to get some shut-eye.

5. Your skin isn't looking as good as it should.

After all, there is a reason why it’s called "beauty sleep"! When you sleep, your body produces collagen, which keeps your skin plump and smooth. Lack of sleep can also result in to more estrogen circling through your system, which can lead to acne breakouts. So if your skin is acting like a teenager's or you notice more wrinkles than you should, it's time to reevaluate your sleep habits.

Of course, once you decide to get more sleep, you might find that it’s easier said than done – especially if your mattress is working against you. Luckily, the experts here at Mattress One have the right solution for your bedtime woes. Stop in today to shop our selection of high-quality mattresses. We’ll sure to find the right mattress to send you peacefully into dreamland in no time!

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The Original Gel Mattress | Non-Toxic, Hypoallergenic | Intellibed

The Original Gel Mattress | Non-Toxic, Hypoallergenic | Intellibed


Intellibed

The Original Numea Gel Mattress with patented Gel Matrix™ is non-toxic & hypoallergenic, providing the back-supporting benefits of a firm mattress AND the deep, restorative, comfortable sleep of a soft one. Financing Available. Adjustable Bases, Toppers & Pillows Available. Talk with a Sleep Consultant Today!

Sleep and the Muscles

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

Why a Good Night's Rest Makes Such a Difference for Your Muscles

Let’s admit it: when you think of sleep and your muscles, you’re probably thinking about how you work hard during the day and feel fine, but tired, when you crash into bed at night. Then, when you wake up the next morning, your muscles are protesting everything you put them through the day before.

It’s true that muscle pain in the morning can be common, but that’s no reason to skimp on getting enough sleep – especially after a long, hard day. Whatever temporary pain you might face pales in comparison to the benefits you’ll get when you stick to a consistent sleep schedule night after night. Don’t believe us? Here are just a few ways getting a good night’s sleep helps your muscles.

Your muscles completely relax during sleep.

During your non-rapid eye movement sleep, your muscles relax, and when your sleep schedule moves to rapid eye movement sleep, your muscles go atonic. This is complete relaxation and lack of muscle tone similar to paralysis. (The exceptions to this are your diaphragm, which controls your breathing, and your eye muscles.) There’s a good reason for this atonia: if your muscles aren’t moving, you won’t move in potentially dangerous ways, like falling off the bed. Your chances of disturbing your partner are also much reduced.

Your muscles recover and regenerate when you sleep.

You might be asleep, but your body is very busy while you’re catching those z’s. Your body will naturally secrete growth hormones as you sleep. This lets your cells go to work, repairing and regenerating portions of your muscles that were strained and injured during the day. A good night’s sleep might not cure everything, but it can certainly give your body the time it needs to cure itself.

Your body uses nutrients more efficiently when you sleep.

Trying to build muscle mass? In addition to training and eating a healthy diet, make sure you’re getting plenty of sleep at night. Sleep is the time when your body can put all the nutrients you absorbed during the day to work. Because your body is completely relaxed, the nutrients can now be used to repair and build muscle mass. It’s a great way to complement your training during the day, and the best part is, you don’t have to do anything!

When you sleep, your brain recharges.

In order to meet just about any health goal, the first organ you have to pay attention to is your brain. So whether you’re actively building muscle or just trying to stay healthy and active, sleep’s recharging effect on the brain is paramount. The more alert you are, the easier you’ll find it to put in those extra reps, go for that run, or lug that box of books up the stairs.

Given how essential sleep is to building muscle and keeping your body fit and strong, it just makes sense to make sure that your mattress isn’t working against you when you try to sleep. If your mattress is lumpy, squeaky, or poking you in all the wrong places, then it’s time for a new one! We here at Mattress One would love to help you find the perfect mattress to help you meet your health goals. Visit us today to find your next mattress!

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Bob-O-Pedic 9 Gel Mattress

Bob-O-Pedic 9 Gel Mattress


Bob’s Discount Furniture

Bob-O-Pedic Infused Memory Foam!

5 Shopping Tips for College Wholesale Bedding

by Alex Schulz @ Beloit Mattress

When it’s time to replace dorm mattresses, there’s a lot to consider. You have to buy a large number of mattresses that will fit your budget AND be durable enough...

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Best Gel Memory Foam Mattress Reviews 2018

Best Gel Memory Foam Mattress Reviews 2018


The Sleep Judge

Memory foam can be a great option for those who struggle with painful pressure points as it is well-known for its ability to conform to your body's unique curvatures. However, traditional memory foam is notorious for causing the sleeper to sink in, and this can make it difficult to move around and get in and out of bed. Furthermore, they do tend to sleep hot in their traditional form. The good news is that there is an option you can consider in gel memory foam. This material utilizes the same visco elastic properties as traditional memory foam with the addition of various gel types that are infused into the mattress. We have had the chance to try out some of the best gel mattresses in the online mattress industry, so let's break down what you can expect if you purchase one of these products. Comparison Table What is Gel Memory Foam? Types of Gel Memory Foam Gel Memory Foam vs. Regular Memory Foam Is Gel Memory Foam Better? Will Gel-Infused Memory Foam Affect Durability? Mattress

Meet Dr. James B. Mass, CEO of Sleep for Success

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

As the best-selling author, and designer of our Back Performance mattress collections, Dr. James B. Mass knows sleep.

9 BEST Memory Foam Mattresses in 2018 - Expert Reviews & Ratings

9 BEST Memory Foam Mattresses in 2018 - Expert Reviews & Ratings


The Sleep Advisor

Are you looking for the Best Memory Foam Mattress available in 2018? After 500+ hours of research, our panel of experts SHARE the results and reviews...

Dream Balance 8″ Visco

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Emerald Sleep Systems

  • 1" 2.5lb Memory Foam
  • 7" 2.5lb Memory Foam
  • Premium Quilted Cover
  • 10 Year Warranty

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Hotel Mattress Manufacturer for Hospitality Supplies

by Alex Schulz @ Beloit Mattress

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PROPER SPINAL ALIGNMENT AND SLEEP POSTURE; THE SECRET TO A BETTER (AND HEALTHIER) NIGHT’S SLEEP.

by Bridger Kanenwisher @ Intellibed

TRADITIONAL MATTRESSES DON’T PROVIDE ADEQUATE SUPPORT. (NO WONDER YOUR BACK HURTS IN THE MORNING) As children, we’re told to sit up and to stand up straight, and for good reason. Proper posture aligns our hips and shoulders, reducing stress on our lower back and unhealthy curvature of the spine. But what happens when we lie…

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Mattress Sizes

by Janna Pulver @ Classic Brands

Mattress Sizes: Length Width Height Twin 75″ 39″ 10.5″ Twin X-Long 80″ 39″ 10.5″ Full 75″ 54″ 10.5″ Queen 75″ 60″ 10.5″ King 80″ 76″ 10.5″ California King 84″ 72″ 10.5″ Split King (2 Twin XL) 80″ 78″ 10.5″     Metric to U.S. Conversion: For measuring purposes, the exact conversion is as follows: 1 Read More

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Gel Mattress - Beautyrest Black Hybrid, ComforPedic, iComfort, iMattress, Recharge Hybrid, TechnoGel

Gel Mattress - Beautyrest Black Hybrid, ComforPedic, iComfort, iMattress, Recharge Hybrid, TechnoGel


Sleep Experts

Today, many people prefer a memory foam mattress for its pressure-relieving comfort, ability to conform and adapt to each person's body, and outstanding motion isolation.

Guide to Finding Black Friday & Cyber Monday Mattress Deals

by What's The Best Bed @ What's The Best Bed

Black Friday Mattress & Cyber Monday Deals: When, What, Where Prepare to find the best Black Friday mattress deals with our guide to 2017 holiday shopping. We have compiled a list of tips that will help you find the lowest prices and select the best mattresses so you’re ready to hit the ground running the […]

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Latex Vs. Gel Memory Foam – How to Choose a Mattress

Latex Vs. Gel Memory Foam – How to Choose a Mattress


Marks Mattress Outlet

There are several differences in latex vs. gel memory foam mattresses. Explore them and determine which one will help you sleep better.

Dream Balance 12″

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Emerald Sleep

  • 2” Cooling Gel Visco
  • 2” Open Cell Visco
  • 8” High Density Foam
  • Cooling Mesh Fabric
  • 15 Year NPR Warranty

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Foam or Innerspring: Which is Best for You

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

Choosing The Right Comfort Level

One of the first things you need to determine when you're shopping for a new mattress is what type of mattress you want to buy. There are a number of different types of mattresses on the market, but two of the most popular are memory foam mattresses and innerspring mattresses. Many consumers find that they'll choose between these two for their ultimate comfort.

What are the differences between these mattresses, and which is right for you? Only you can answer the latter question, but we can help with the former! Keep reading to learn more about memory foam mattresses, innerspring mattresses, and the pros and cons of each type.

What Are Memory Foam Mattresses?

Foam mattresses are constructed using certain types of memory foam to provide a supportive yet comfortable surface. There are a number of different types of foam mattresses, including memory foam (viscoelastic), polyurethane, and gel. These types of mattresses vary widely in terms of how they are constructed and the type of support, feel, and heat properties they offer.

Foam Mattress Pros

First, let's talk comfort. Many people find that since memory foam mattresses conform to the body, they produce the most comfortable night's sleep. They reduce pressure points, keep the spine in proper alignment, and can even reduce lower back pain over time. Foam mattresses can also be constructed with hypoallergenic materials, and they don't collect as many dust mites, so people with allergies or respiratory problems might find they're able to breathe more easily. Finally, memory foam mattresses are very quiet and don't transfer motion between partners.

Foam Mattress Cons

Of course, no mattress is perfect, and foam mattresses have their downsides. Foam mattresses can be unusually sensitive to climate, becoming softer in warm climates and harder in cold ones. They can also retain heat more than a traditional mattress would. The mattresses can be very heavy, though on the plus side, you don't need to flip them. Lastly, foam mattresses can often be one of the more expensive options on the market, which turns many consumers off.

What Are Innerspring Mattresses?

An innerspring mattress is often known as a traditional mattress. These mattresses use a number of steel springs to provide support for sleepers. There are many different types of innerspring mattresses, and their construction varies widely. Some have individually wrapped pocket-coil springs, while others have all the springs connected in a single unit. Innerspring mattresses also vary in the type of upholstery, padding, and other materials they use to provide comfort to the sleeper.

Innerspring Mattress Pros

Let's start with the obvious: innerspring mattresses are what most people think of when they think of a mattress, so innerspring mattresses are available just about everywhere. There are tons of options on the market, and the product is well-established. Consumers can choose the firmness that fits them best. Innerspring mattresses also tend to be less expensive than other types, although there are certainly pricier options out there if you want the highest-quality mattress money can buy.

Innerspring Mattress Cons

Even the tried-and-true innerspring mattresses have their cons. First of all, innerspring mattresses often transfer motion. If you or your partner is a restless sleeper, the other person will feel every toss and turn. The steel coils can become squeaky as time goes on, and the material supported by the coils can start to sag. Because of this, innerspring mattresses tend not to last as long – and flipping the mattress to improve longevity doesn't work with more recent models, since many modern innerspring models are built in specific layers in order to combat sagging.

Which Is Right for You?

There's only one way to know which type of mattress will work best for your needs: stop into Mattress One and try a few out! You will know the second you lie down on the perfect mattress for your needs. Visit us today to find it

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The 6 Best Mattress Picks For Under $1000 – 2018 Edition

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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Which Bed is Best for Back Pain?

Which Bed is Best for Back Pain?

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

If you struggle with back pain, you’ve probably wondered which mattress is best for your back. Here are Mattress Man’s recommendations.

Therapedic Eco-Gel Palermo Mattress | Metro Mattress

Therapedic Eco-Gel Palermo Mattress | Metro Mattress


Metro Mattress

Therapedic Eco-Gel Palermo Mattress made from environmentally friendly gel-infused memory foam makes sleeping something to really look forward to.

Buzzworthy Sleep Gifts for People Who Just Love to Sleep

by Alex Schulz @ Beloit Mattress

If you’re stumped on the perfect present for someone on your list, here’s a little tip: Everyone loves to get good sleep. So whether it’s a simple stocking stuffer or...

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6 Best Gift Ideas for Those Who Love to Sleep

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

Is there anything better than the gift of great sleep? (The answer: Nope. Absolutely not.) If you still haven’t figured out what to buy for friends and family members this year, consider giving them something that will help them score better zzz’s. Useful, thoughtful, and even fun, these presents will be adored by all—yes, even […]

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Mattress Materials & Bedroom Air Quality: What You Need to Know

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

In today’s age, fully climate-controlled homes rarely have their windows open. As a result, indoor air quality becomes a serious health issue that all too often goes ignored. Take the...

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Gel Foam Bed Mattress Review: Just Cheap or Grossly Underrated?

Gel Foam Bed Mattress Review: Just Cheap or Grossly Underrated?


Ted & Stacey's Mattress Guides & Reviews

Gel Foam Bed makes mattresses with interesting features at bargain prices. Are they worth considering? Or just cheap stuff? Read our review to find out!

Are Memory Foam Mattresses the Best?

Are Memory Foam Mattresses the Best?

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

Find out why Mattress Man’s sleep consultants think memory foam beds are worth it.

2016 Guide to Finding The Best Black Friday Mattress Deals

by What's The Best Bed @ What's The Best Bed

Best Black Friday Mattress Deals for 2016 Shopping for sweeter dreams this holiday season? What’s The Best Bed is researching and comparing this year’s sales to identify the best Black Friday mattress deals of 2016. This is one of the best times of the year to shop for a mattress and with this guide you will […]

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How to Find the Best 4th of July Mattress Sales in 2017

by What's The Best Bed @ What's The Best Bed

The summer is upon us and with it are the incredible 4th of July mattress sales, but they won’t last long. So, hurry and start comparing the deals to get yourself into the bed of your dreams. Independence Day is a time for celebrating our nation’s freedom, barbecues and quality time with the loved ones. […]

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7 Mattress Myths Debunked

by Julia Rosien @ Restonic

Before you visit a mattress retailer, arm yourself with a healthy dose of common sense and learn the difference between myth and truth.

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How to Go to Bed Earlier

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

Sleep, sweet sleep. We all say it “oh I am going to bed early tonight,” but do we actually make that commitment? It can often feel like no matter what you do, you just can’t get enough of it to wake up feeling refreshed. What can you do about it? Many times, the answer is […]

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Tick-Tock Goes the Body Clock

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

Learn more about the circadian rhythm and how it helps you sleep.

Do you go to sleep and wake up around the same time every day? Do you notice that you tend to feel drowsy at certain times of the day and wide awake at other times? If so, you have your circadian rhythm to thank for this.

The circadian rhythm is a 24-hour sleep/wake cycle that’s found in most living beings – not just humans, but also animals, plants, and even fungi and some bacteria. In humans, its effects can be measured in hormone production, body temperature changes, and of course, sleepiness and wakefulness. Without your circadian rhythm, you’d find it much harder to go to sleep and be awake at the proper times.

Learn more about how the circadian rhythm works and what you can do to keep it working well below!

How does the circadian rhythm work?

The circadian rhythm allows you to keep a consistent sleep/wake cycle even when you don’t have access to outside stimuli, like clocks and the lightening and darkening sky. The rhythm itself is run by a cluster of 20,000 nerves in the brain called the suprachiasmatic nucleus, or SCN. This is the body’s “master clock.”

The SCN controls the hormone production, body temperature changes, and more that get you through your routine each and every day. One of the most important things it does is receive light information from the eyes. As night draws in and the light dims, your SCN tells the pineal gland to start producing melatonin. This is the hormone that makes you sleepy at night.

Most of the time, the SCN runs your circadian rhythm so unobtrusively that you don’t even notice it. You don’t think of it as a complex biological and chemical process; to you, it’s just your routine. It’s only when the circadian rhythm gets disrupted that you start to notice negative effects. These range from feeling grouchy or groggy after an episode of jet lag to diseases such as diabetes, obesity, seasonal affective disorder, depression, and bipolar disorder.

How can you keep your circadian rhythm working well?

Routine is the key to a well-functioning circadian rhythm. Try to go to bed and wake up at around the same time every day – even on the weekends. Make sure you’re getting a full night’s sleep every night (seven to nine hours for adults). Practice good sleep hygiene, like banishing screens from the bedroom. The bright light from televisions, tablets, and cell phones can confuse the SCN and interfere with the production of melatonin, which can make it harder to sleep.

The other important thing you can do is monitor your circadian rhythm and bring up any changes to your doctor. To a certain extent, the circadian rhythm is outside our conscious control. If you find yourself suffering from insomnia or an irregular sleep/wake schedule, the best thing you can do is consult with your doctor. He or she may be able to find and treat the underlying cause so you can get back on track.

Let the folks at Mattress One help!

While we’re certainly not doctors, all of us here at Mattress One understand the importance of a good night’s sleep. We also know you won’t be getting that kind of sleep on your lumpy old mattress! If you find your mattress is keeping you up at night, don’t waste another day. Come to Mattress One and find your perfect mattress today.

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Brentwood Home Oceano Mattress Review

by Jessica Jones @ The Sleep Judge

What’s Sleep Innovations All About? Let Experts from Other Industries Explain.

by Sleep Innovation @ Sleep Innovations

How Designing the Perfect Mattress is Like Baking a Cake A memory foam mattress is a lot like a wonderful layer cake, but it’s not going to satisfy if you don’t use the right ingredients or construct it correctly. Pastry Chef Steve Wong shares the importance of a great recipe for great results. One Size … Continue reading "What’s Sleep Innovations All About? Let Experts from Other Industries Explain."

Best Reviewed Memory Foam Mattresses 2017- Who's Best For You?

Best Reviewed Memory Foam Mattresses 2017- Who's Best For You?


Mattress Clarity

I have slept on and reviewed over 20 memory foam mattresses at this point, from the top Tempur-pedic brands to the no-name bed-in-a-box startup.  Certain brands and models offer different benefits for people with certain preferences,and I’ve highlighted some models below that are good fit for sleepers of all types. I don’t think there is …

Our Aviya Bed Review: Is This America’s Favorite for 2018?

by Sarah Cummings @ The Sleep Advisor

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President’s Day Mattress Sales 2018

President’s Day Mattress Sales 2018

by Sleep Sherpa @ The Sleep Sherpa

It’s that time of year again when not only do traditional mattress and furniture stores roll out some of their best mattress deals of the year but you will also find great deals among the online mattress brands as well. Below is a roundup of the President’s Day Mattress sales. This page will be updated […]

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Experiencing Back Pain in Bed? 5 Tips for Relief

by Alex Schulz @ Beloit Mattress

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10 Interesting Facts You May Not Know About Mattresses

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

Change the way you look at your mattress with these ten odd and fun factoids. If you’re like most people, you probably don’t give your […]

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Dream Balance 10″

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Emerald Sleep

  • 1” Cooling Gel Visco
  • 2” Open Cell Visco
  • 7” High Density Foam
  • Cooling Mesh Fabric
  • 15 Year NPR Warranty

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Reasons to Buy a New Mattress

by intelliBED @ Intellibed

If you’re still using that lumpy old mattress, chances are you aren’t getting a good night’s sleep. When you a buy a new mattress from Intellibed, you’re purchasing a product made from Gel Matrix™, the best pressure relieving material ever created. Our mattresses are ideal for anyone suffering from sleep-inhibiting ailments like chronic pain or…

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Sleep Knowledge

by Janna Pulver @ Classic Brands

The Right Environment for Sleep Truly restful night’s sleep rejuvenates your entire body. The more your sleep is disturbed, the more your heart is unnecessarily taxed. A conventional bed’s harder surface causes you to toss and turn more keeping your heart beating harder than it should. Too much mattress pressure on shoulders and hips also Read More

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Guide to 2017’s Memorial Day Mattress Sales from Top Brands

by What's The Best Bed @ What's The Best Bed

Compare the Best Memorial Day Mattress Deals of 2017 The 2017 Memorial Day mattress sales are coming up and we’ve got the scoop on where all the hot deals are. Innerspring, memory foam and latex beds from all kinds of retailers and brands will be marked down significantly on and around the holiday, so mark your calender. […]

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Gel  Foam Mattresses

Gel Foam Mattresses


Best Price Mattress

Gel Memory Foam Mattresses Best Price Mattress gel memory foam mattress regulates your temperature as you sleep so you are able to sleep cooler and undisturbed.-  Sleep cool layering system; gel-infused memory foam and ventilated comfort memory

Back Pain and Your Mattress

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

Waking Up Creaky and Achy? Your Mattress May Be to Blame!

Does this describe you? Morning after morning, you wake up to a dull ache in your back. You sit on the mattress for a minute; you stretch. You shake the sleep out of your head and get up to start your day. By the time you’re done with your morning workout, shower, and the rest of your routine, the back pain is gone – until the next day, of course, when it starts again.

You might think that you’re just getting old(er). You might think that the back pain comes from too much time sitting in an office chair. You might not think about the pain at all once it goes away.

But have you ever thought that maybe your mattress is responsible for the pain?

It’s a fact: old, worn-out mattresses can cause back pain.

All mattresses get old eventually, and when they do, they usually send their owners a few telltale signs that it’s time to go mattress shopping. As a mattress ages, it becomes less supportive, often starting to sag in the middle. Pressure points increase, and it’s hard to maintain proper sleeping posture. This can lead to back pain.

How can you tell if your mattress is behind your back pain?

Back pain is a huge medical problem – approximately 31 million Americans are suffering from it right now, and up to 80% of us will experience back problems at some point. And there are many different causes of back pain, ranging from accidents and injuries to arthritis, poor posture, and even some types of cancer. If you’re experiencing back pain, it’s not always easy to tell whether your mattress is to blame or you have another medical problem.

One of the first things you should do, of course, is to talk to your doctor. Based on your medical history, your doctor might want to order certain tests to rule out potentially serious medical problems. But if the cause isn’t an obvious medical problem, then you might want to look more closely at your mattress.

Consider the following:

• How old is your mattress? If it’s more than 8-10 years old, then it’s time for a new mattress, no matter what is ultimately causing your back pain.
• When does your back hurt? If your back tends to hurt first thing in the morning, with the pain going away relatively quickly, that’s another sign your mattress is the cause of your back pain.
• Do you wake up tossing and turning? If the discomfort won’t let you get an uninterrupted night’s sleep, then you should definitely consider a new mattress.
• Do you sleep better away from home? Waking up bright-eyed and bushy-tailed when you’re anywhere but your home sweet home is a sure sign that your mattress needs to go.

If you answered yes to one or more of the questions above, then you know it’s time to go mattress shopping. And here at Mattress One, we’re eager to help you get started. Our mattress experts can help you find the mattress that feels the most comfortable to you.

Say goodbye to creaky, achy back pain, and say hello to a new mattress! All of us here at Mattress One hope to see you soon.

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Why Mattress Care is Crucial: 3 Tips to Prolong the Life of Your Bed

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably recently purchased a new mattress (or are considering doing so). Not it’s time to find the best way to make it last as...

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Put Your Dad To Sleep For Father’s Day

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

Dads need support too! For Father’s Day, give your Dad the gift of supportive, restful sleep. We recommend the HD Super Duty collection of mattresses.

Best-Rated Memory Foam Mattresses for 2018

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

Compare the current top-rated memory foam mattresses and get tips for picking the right bed. Over a year ago, we conducted an in-depth analysis of […]

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Sleep and Relationships: How More Rest Makes Happier Couples

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

From emotional blowouts to a lower libido, a lack of sleep hurts often spells trouble for relationships. This article explain what happens to couples’ communication […]

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What Is Sleep?

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

What Are You Doing When You Catch Some Z's?

Have you ever really sat down and thought about what sleep actually is?

Most people haven't. They certainly know when they haven't had enough sleep, and most people have a decent idea of how much sleep they need to function. Beyond that, it's simply a fact of life. You turn the lights down, snuggle under the covers, close your eyes, and off you go.

But although sleep might seem simple, it's a complex biological process that is absolutely necessary for life. To help you learn more, we've put together this quick primer on what sleep is and why you need it so much.

What Sleep Is

You might think that sleep is a passive, dormant state – when your brain shuts down (or goes into sleep mode!) and only those bodily functions that are necessary for life continue to happen. This actually isn't the case. When you sleep, your brain, eyes, and some muscles can be very active.

Sleep happens when certain neurotransmitters in the brain signal that it's time to fall asleep. Once you lie down and turn off the light, your body goes through several sleep stages. Stage 1 is the lightest sleep, characterized by drifting in and out of sleep, slow eye movement, and some muscle activity. Stage 2 sleep is deeper. Eye movement stops, and brain wave activity slows. Once you move into stage 3 sleep, your brain starts to give off delta waves (extremely slow brain waves), and in stage 4, your brain gives off delta waves exclusively. Stages 3 and 4 together are known as deep sleep. After you've moved through stage 4, you might slip into rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. This is when dreaming occurs.

A full sleep cycle will last anywhere from 90 to 110 minutes, which is obviously less than a full night's sleep. You go through a few sleep cycles each night, with the length of each stage varying depending on the time of night. Most deep sleep occurs earlier in the night. By morning, you should be spending all your time in stage 1, stage 2, and REM sleep – which is what leads to those strange dreams we all have when we wake up!

Why Sleep Is Important

Put simply, sleep is necessary for life. All animals with complex brains do it, and missing sleep can be deadly. In fact, scientists studying rats have found that complete sleep deprivation can kill rats in as little as 3 weeks (as opposed to their normal lifespan of 2-3 years). Even just depriving rats of REM sleep can lead to death in 5 weeks.

In humans, missing sleep can result in all kinds of negative consequences. We've already talked about the signs of sleep deprivation in a previous post, but here's a quick review: Losing sleep can lead to weight gain, depression, increased risk-taking behavior, skin breakouts, and a depressed immune system.

With all of that in mind, you can see why it's best to put the coffee down, turn off the TV, and grab some shut-eye when you can!

How We Can Help

Since sleep is so important, it's extra important to make sure you have a mattress that allows you to get the most restful sleep possible. If your current mattress isn't doing the job, come to Mattress One to find a new one! We'll make sure you go home with the best mattress for your needs, at a price that fits your budget. Visit us today to start shopping.

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Hybrid Mattresses: Why are They Better than Memory Foam?

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

Now that all the millennium-era excitement over memory foam has finally started to trail off, many mattress shoppers are left wondering where they go from here. While they have enjoyed...

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Does Anyone Actually Know What Gel Is?

Does Anyone Actually Know What Gel Is?


Mattress Man

Learn about the gel memory foam technology and find out exactly what gel is and why it's an important component for regulating your sleep temperature.

Cool Gel Jade Latex & Memory Foam Mattress | Classic Brands

Cool Gel Jade Latex & Memory Foam Mattress | Classic Brands


Classic Brands

Classic Brands Cool Gel Jade Mattress is encased in a cover that provides a noticeable cool surface that you must experience.

Is Great Sleep Worth It?

by Jenny Stoddard @ Intellibed

  What Is Your Bed Really Worth?   One of the considerations people make when purchasing a mattress is how long it will last. Factoring into that consideration are materials, warranty and general wear and tear. Many people feel that if you can get about 10 years out of a mattress, you’ve found something reasonable.…

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Gel Mattress | TempaGel HealthRest Mattress | Restonic

Gel Mattress | TempaGel HealthRest Mattress | Restonic


Restonic

Invest in your health with a gel-infused memory foam mattress for a cool, refreshing night’s sleep. Say hello to Restonic HealthRest® TempaGel® mattress.

Memory Foam vs. Gel Foam: Comparing the Differences

Memory Foam vs. Gel Foam: Comparing the Differences


Beloit Mattress

If you are in the market for a brand-new mattress, start comparing memory foam vs. gel foam and figure out which option you would rather lay on at night.

Top 5 Serta Adjustable Mattresses

by Star Newcomb @ The Sleep Judge

Why You Need a Non-Toxic Mattress

by sebomarketing @ Intellibed

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Comfort Care E-Gel

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Restonic

  • 744Q Tempered Pocket Coil
  • 2” Firm Foam
  • 2” Gel Infused Memory Foam
  • Super Edge Plus High-Density Foam Encasement
  • Features Marvelous Middle Support
  • 15 Year NPR Warranty

 

 

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What is Sleep Talking and Should I be Concerned?

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

Say what? Find out why some people talk in their sleep. Are you quite the gabber during the night, or is your sleeping partner? Learn more, below, about why people chatter during slumber. Sleep talking is a sleep disorder defined as talking during sleep without being aware of it. Technically called “somniloquy,” talking while you […]

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Does Anyone Actually Know What Gel Is?

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

Learn about the gel memory foam technology and find out exactly what gel is and why it's an important component for regulating your sleep temperature.

How Sleep Can Help Save Your Memory

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

Feeling foggy and forgetful these days? One key to sharpening your memory may be reworking your sleep schedule so that you get more shuteye, since your brain works overtime while you’re in bed to help boost your ability to remember. A healthy dose of sleep can help you… Learn new skills. Whether you’ve just been taught how to play […]

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Bear Hybrid Mattress Review : Comfy Cozy with Celliant Benefits

Bear Hybrid Mattress Review : Comfy Cozy with Celliant Benefits

by Sleep Sherpa @ The Sleep Sherpa

The Bear HybridMattress is an innovative spring and foam mattress that has Celliant fibers woven into the cover. Celliant is an FDA determined medical devices that turns body heat into FAR Infrared energy and promotes recovery. Aside from the technology, what you get is a very substantial feeling mattresses with 5 layers of construction for […]

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Make Your Guests Happy with the Right Guest Mattress.

Make Your Guests Happy with the Right Guest Mattress.

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

Don’t demote an old mattress to the guest room. Make your guests want to come back to stay by giving them a comfortable mattress that fits their needs.

A One Size Fits All Mattress? Not in Your Dreams.

by Sleep Innovation @ Sleep Innovations

We love the idea of living simply. After all, do you need 73 different coffee combinations at 7:30 in the morning? Does it really matter which international roaming plan you add to your cell phone if you’re just going to cancel it when you get back? No, it doesn’t. So you can stop overthinking and … Continue reading "A One Size Fits All Mattress? Not in Your Dreams."

What’s the Best Mattress For Adjustable Beds?

by What's The Best Bed @ What's The Best Bed

Finding the best mattress for adjustable bed bases is an important part of getting a sleep system you will be happy with and comfortable on. In our last article, we discussed how owners’ adjustable bed satisfaction averaged around 85%.  However, average mattress satisfaction is much lower, around 65-75% depending on the source. This means choosing […]

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Ultimate Dreams Supreme 12" Gel Memory Foam Mattress - Dreamfoam Bedding

Ultimate Dreams Supreme 12" Gel Memory Foam Mattress - Dreamfoam Bedding


Dreamfoam Bedding

12″ Thick Gel Memory Foam Mattress Three Layer construction: 1.5″ of 4lb gel memory foam and 2.5″ of 4lb memory foam, 8″ base of premium base foam 100% made in …

Quality Mattress Support to Relieve Pressure While Sleeping

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

Getting a good night’s sleep on a mattress often comes down to one key factor: design of the spring. Sherwood mattresses feature an innovative open spring design that provides not...

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Tips to Improve Sleep

by Janna Pulver @ Classic Brands

Improve sleep Nothing is more frustrating than not being able to sleep. Tossing and turning as your mind is racing, going over everything that happened today. Night noises keep you awake. What can you do? There ARE things you can do! Here are some new tricks to sleep well. Sleep on a proper mattress A Read More

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Brighton 6″ Gel Memory Foam (Youth)

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

  • 6" height profile
  • 4.5" high density foam base
  • 1.5" temperature regulating gel memory foam top
  • Soft velour cover with waterproof backing
  • No Motion Transfer
  • Rolled and boxed for easy transportation
  • Box Spring Compatible
  • 5 year NPR warranty

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Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Pad

Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Pad


The Company Store

State-of-the-art memory foam mattress pad offers pressure-relieving support and cooling comfort. Molds to your body.

Lane 4" Cooling GelLux Memory Foam Gel Mattress Topper, Multiple Sizes - Walmart.com

Lane 4" Cooling GelLux Memory Foam Gel Mattress Topper, Multiple Sizes - Walmart.com


Walmart.com

Free Shipping. Buy Lane 4" Cooling GelLux Memory Foam Gel Mattress Topper, Multiple Sizes at Walmart.com

Cool Jewel 14″

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Emerald Sleep

  • 2” Cooling Gel Visco
  • 4” Open Cell Visco
  • 8” High Density Foam
  • Cooling Mesh Fabric
  • 15 Year NPR Warranty

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Idle Sleep Mattress Review

by Sleep Sherpa @ The Sleep Sherpa

The Idle Sleep mattress is a hybrid mattress that is 2-sided. That means you can sleep on either side and flip it to make it last longer. This is the first 2-sided hybrid mattress I have reviewed and so far I am very impressed with it.  The biggest reason for people switching to a new […]

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Benefits of Good Sleep

by Janna Pulver @ Classic Brands

Importance of the Right Sleep System A truly restful night’s sleep rejuvenates your entire body. The more your sleep is disturbed, the more your heart is unnecessarily taxed. A conventional bed’s harder surface causes you to toss and turn more keeping your heart beating harder than it should. Too much mattress pressure on shoulders and Read More

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Athens Gel Hybrid Mattress | Micro Pocketed Coils | Texas Mattress Makers

Athens Gel Hybrid Mattress | Micro Pocketed Coils | Texas Mattress Makers


Texas Mattress Makers

The Athens Hybrid medium soft mattress features the Quantum® Micro Pocketed Coil System which boasts an extremely high coil count and provides the ultimate posturizing support.

9 Sleep Disorders that Seem Spooky

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

A high-pitched scream breaks the silence of the night. A zombie stalks the streets as the clock strikes midnight. You wake unable to move away […]

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5 Way to Get Your Family to Sleep on Christmas Eve

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

It can be hard to get your kids to fall asleep on a normal night, but Christmas Eve? Forget about it. Anticipation over a visit from Santa Claus, excitement about the soon-to-be-opened presents, lots of sweet treats, and a complete shift from their normal schedule can make even the easiest kid impossible to put to […]

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Top Tips for Buying a Mattress

Top Tips for Buying a Mattress

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

How to choose the right mattress for you

Of Mattresses and Meatloaf

by Mattress Man @ Mattress Articles and Shopping Tips | Mattress Man Stores

How meatloaf is made is an excellent metaphor for mattress construction. Learn why construction matters so you can purchase the best bed.

Pros and Cons of the 5 Leading Mattress Types on the Market

by sherwood @ Sherwood Bedding

Do You Know Which Mattress Type Suits You Best? America has always been a country based on innovation, and with that comes a wide variety of product choices. Just as...

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How to Find the Best Mattress for Back Pain

by sebomarketing @ Intellibed

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Sleep and the Immune System

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

A Good Night’s Sleep Can Keep the Doctor Away!

Now that cold and flu season is officially upon us, we’re all thinking of ways we can avoid succumbing to the latest bug making the rounds. Of course, eating healthy meals, washing your hands, and getting your flu shot are all great places to start. But did you know that getting plenty of sleep can also help you stay healthy all season long – indeed, all year long?

It’s true! Sleep is immensely important to virtually all bodily systems, and the immune system is no exception. Getting enough sleep is a simple but powerful way to keep your immune system in top form, allowing you to spend more time doing the things you love to do.

Here are just a few ways that the amount of sleep you get affects your immune system.

Lack of sleep depresses the immune system.

It’s true that the immune system is complex, with multiple moving parts. But one thing scientists have observed in multiple studies is that when a person is sleep deprived, the number of T-cells in their bloodstream goes down. T-cells are the white blood cells that seek out and destroy bacteria and viruses. When you have fewer T-cells, your immune system can’t respond as well to the germs that sneak past the body’s other defenses.

In addition to this, another type of cell, inflammatory cytokines, increase in number when a person doesn’t get enough sleep. An increase in inflammation can lead to certain kinds of tissue damage. This combines with the lack of T-cells to make a person more susceptible to coming down with any number of diseases, including colds and the flu.

Not sleeping well can reduce fever response.

Of course, nobody wants to experience a fever. It’s uncomfortable and generally miserable. But here’s the thing: fevers are the body’s way of fighting off an infection, turning up the heat to slowly let the germs cook. Many parents who have sat up with a sick child have noticed that fevers tend to go up at night. This is a good thing! The body is taking advantage of the time when a person is at rest to go about the business of fighting off an infection.

Because of this, if you do get sick, it’s especially important to get plenty of sleep. Sleeping well will help your body to fight off the infection, allowing you to bounce back faster.

There’s no need to get extra sleep to help your immune system.

If you’re already sleeping the right amount of time (seven to nine hours for adults, nine to eleven hours for teens), you’re good to go. As with so many other things in life, boosting your immune system through sleep is all about balance. You don’t have to go overboard; you just have to develop healthy habits.

And if you’re generally short of sleep? Fall is a great time to get back on a regular sleep schedule. After all, the days are getting shorter and the nights are getting longer. You might as well use that increased darkness to get some shut-eye.

Of course, if it’s your mattress that’s holding you back from getting a good night’s sleep, know that your friends here at Mattress One are here to help. We can make sure that you have the right mattress for your sleep style and comfort level. Stop by today to find the right mattress for you!

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What’s the Right Mattress for Your Age & Stage of Life?

by Julia Rosien @ Restonic

What's the best mattress for you? Just as your body and health changes as you age, so should your mattress. These buying tips cover all the bases, from toddlers to seniors, so you’ll get the best mattress – and the best sleep – possible.

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Bedroom Pet Peeves

by MI_Admin @ Mattress Inquirer

There are a lot of things that could be keeping you up at night. While some can have a bigger impact on the quality of […]

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How Sleep Affects Memory and Learning

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

A good night’s sleep is essential for learning new info and remembering it later. When you’re trying to learn new information or study for a test, you might be tempted to stay up late and review the material again and again. Hello, cramming! It’s a popular tactic, but not a smart one. By burning the […]

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Beloit Mattress vs. Mattress By Appointment

by Sara Seidel @ Beloit Mattress

Many mattress companies state that they offer the best quality beds at the lowest prices. To stick to their claims, they find ways to prove they are cutting costs in...

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Bob-O-Pedic Gel Mattress

Bob-O-Pedic Gel Mattress


Bob’s Discount Furniture

Gel Infused Memory Foam

Best Yoga Poses for Sleep

by kayla @ Mattress Depot USA

Learn to counter stress and other sleep disruptors with these moves. You know that glorious restfulness and peace that you experience at the end of a yoga class, when you relax while lying on your back? Ahhhhhh. Now that’s bliss. While you probably can’t attend a formal yoga class every evening, you can do a few moves […]

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You Say "Ultra Firm," I Say "Ultra Plush"

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

Let's Not Call the Whole Thing Off

You and your partner agree on so much, from the little things, like what movie to see on a Saturday night, to the big things, like what you both want in life. The only sticking point? You can’t seem to agree on a mattress, and you’re both losing sleep over it.

Relax! Here at Mattress One, we see this kind of problem all the time. We promise that having trouble finding a mattress that's comfortable for both of you doesn't mean that your relationship is doomed. It also doesn’t mean that you have to shell out for a pricey adjustable bed or make do with twin beds on opposite sides of the room, like a couple in a 1950s sitcom.

Instead, the secret to finding a great mattress for both of you is the same secret that's gotten you this far in your relationship: compromise. And we have the tools and knowledge to help you do just that.

First, find out why you can’t find a mattress that fits both of you.

Knowledge is power in many things in life, and that includes mattress-buying. The reasons why your partner wants a hard-as-a-board mattress while you prefer to feel like you're sleeping on a cloud often have to do with your sleep style. Side sleepers prefer different kinds of mattresses than back sleepers and so on. See our post on Sleep Style & Your Mattress for more details. Differences in height, weight, and body structure also play a role in determining which mattresses will feel most comfortable to which people.

Once you know why each of you prefers the kind of mattress you do, it'll be easier to narrow down your search in the hope of finding the perfect mattress.

Next, consider hybrid mattress forms.

Even if you discover that you and your partner are polar opposites in terms of sleep style and "meeting in the middle" only makes you both miserable, you still have options! For instance, a firm mattress with a pillow top could give the softness one partner craves while still providing the support the other partner needs. Memory foam toppers (especially in twin XL size) can also help one partner get softness while the other gets support. Finally, certain manufacturers of memory foam and latex foam mattresses will create mattresses that are more supportive on one side and softer on the other, allowing you and your partner to both get what you want.

If all else fails, remember this: two twins equal one king.

No, we're not talking about the plot to The Man in the Iron Mask. It’s a simple fact that if you put two twin XL mattresses together, they take up the same amount of space as a single king-sized bed. (A twin Xl mattress is 38” x 80”, while a king mattress is 76" x 80".) If your bedroom can fit a king-sized bed, this could be the way to go. Once your bed is piled with sheets, blankets, comforters and pillows, nobody will know that you and your partner are sleeping on twin mattresses – except, of course, you and your partner, both snoozing peacefully and in perfect comfort.

Stop in today!

The best way to find the perfect mattress for you and your partner is to visit Mattress One. We have hundreds of mattresses from all the best brands. And remember, with our 180-day in-home trial*, we give you plenty of time to make sure the mattress really works for both of you and send it back to us if it doesn’t. Check out our offerings today, and be sure to get ready for a great night's sleep for years to come!

*Conditions apply; click here for details.

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Your Guide to Common Mattress Terms

by Mattress One @ Mattress One Blog - Mattress Information & Tips

A Quick Glossary to Help Your Mattress Shopping

Ultra-plush, firm, innerspring, hybrid – the minute you step inside a mattress store, you're bombarded with terms you may have never heard before. How are you supposed to find the right mattress for your needs when you and the sales associate don't even seem to be speaking the same language?

Worry not! We've assembled this handy list of common terms used to describe mattress comfort and construction. The next time you go mattress shopping, you can walk through the store with confidence. Now you'll know exactly what you’re talking about, which will help you find exactly what you need!

Mattress Comfort

Ultra Plush Soft: This is the softest type of mattress available. It's truly like sleeping on a cloud! Often these mattresses even come with pillowtops (an extra layer of fluffy padding) to make them even softer.

Plush Soft: These mattresses offer relaxing softness with just the right amount of support. Sometimes they too can come with pillowtops for added relaxation.

Cushion Firm: This mattress is great for someone who knows they need support but loves the added comfort of a soft mattress. Cushion firm mattresses are true middle-of-the-road mattresses, which also make them a great choice for couples with divergent sleeping needs and styles.

Firm: If you want to feel like you're floating on top of the mattress rather than sinking into it, a firm mattress is for you! These mattresses offer great support, and sleepers won’t sink too far into them.

Ultra Firm: These mattresses are about as firm as it gets. When you're sleeping on an ultra firm mattress, you can forget about sinking deep into the mattress. These mattresses are great for people who need a lot of support as they sleep.

Mattress Construction

Traditional Innerspring: A traditional innerspring mattress is made of tightly coiled steel springs covered in layers of soft fabric and padding. The springs provide support and the bouncy feel you get when first sitting or lying on the mattress.

Individual Pocketed Coils: Pocketed coils start with traditional steel springs, but wrap each spring in its own fabric coil. This helps to reduce motion transfer across the bed – great if your partner is a restless sleeper or has to get up earlier than you do.

Hybrid: Most mattresses can be placed in one of two categories: foam mattresses or innerspring mattresses. Hybrid mattresses combine both materials. They’re usually constructed with a steel support system with some type of foam used as an added comfort system.

Memory Foam: Memory foam mattresses are constructed from special viscoelastic foam. This foam conforms to your body as you sleep, cradling you and providing support in all the right places. Just like traditional innerspring mattresses, though, they can come in different firmnesses for different styles of sleepers.

Gel Foam: Gel foam mattresses make use of a gel in the construction of the mattress, either in the support system or the upholstery layers (or both). This gel can be used to provide extra support, create a softer feel, or make the mattress cooler to sleep on.

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What Are the Benefits of a Gel Mattress?

What Are the Benefits of a Gel Mattress?


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Having difficulty finding a mattress that is both supportive and temperature regulating? A gel mattress might be the perfect solution for better sleep.

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Futon Mattress (Foam)

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

  • Dimension: 75"(L) x 54"(W) x 8" (H)
  • 8" foam core
  • Multi layer cotton cover
  • Colors: Black or Khaki
  • Made in the USA
  • 1 year NPR Warranty
  • Online Only
  • Not sold in stores
  • This item is a special order, please allow additional time for shipping.

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Gel Luxor-pedic 10″

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Easy-Rest

  • 1” Cooling Air Gel Visco Foam
  • 2” Open Cell Visco foam
  • 7” High Density Foam
  • Cooling Mesh Fabric
  • No Springs
  • Certified CertiPUR-US
  • 15 NPR Warranty

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Choosing the Best Mattress for Your Sleep Style: Side, Back & Stomach

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Most sleepers prefer a particular sleep style or position, and usually start out in when you lie down to go to sleep at night. Some of us are back sleepers,...

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These Memory Foam Benefits Will Transform the Way You Sleep

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The 6 Best Rated Hybrid Beds – 2018 Reviews & Comparisons

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What Type Of Mattress Is The Best For Your Body Type?

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One size does not fit all when it comes to buying a mattress. Your body type should guide you to the best one, whether you’re overweight, thin, tall, petite or pregnant.

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Best Soft Mattress for Your Needs

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Guide to 2017’s Best Labor Day Mattress Sale Events

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Find the Best Labor Day Mattress Sale of the Summer Want to find the best Labor Day mattress sale this year without wasting hours hunting through dozens of ads and locating specs? WTBB has you covered with our 2017 guide to Labor Day mattress deals. Labor Day mattress sales are a perfect time to save on […]

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Your Factory-Direct Mattress Store is Thankful for Another Year of Well Rested Customers

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When our family started making mattresses in 1929, we had one goal in mind: To put customers first. Nearly nine decades later...

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8 Ways to Get Better Sleep and Wake Up Refreshed

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The search for better sleep proves a popular one these days, between busy work and social lives. And why not? Nothing beats the feeling of […]

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Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Review | The Sleep Sherpa

Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress Review | The Sleep Sherpa


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The Zinus Cooling Gel Memory Foam Mattress is made with phase change cooling material to keep you comfortable all night long. Learn more about how its made.

Your Guide to Better Sleep in 2018

Your Guide to Better Sleep in 2018

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Waking up tired in the morning? Learn how to wake up with energy in Mattress Man’s 2018 Guide to Better Sleep.

How to Choose Your Ideal Sheets

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The surprising way your bedding can boost your sleep Your bedding doesn’t just help pull your room together aesthetically; it can also impact your sleep. And here’s the good news: You don’t need to spend a fortune to get quality sheets. Not sure what to shop for? These four rules will help you find and […]

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Mattress Reviews: Where and How to Find the Best Beds Online

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There are quite a few opinions out there on what makes a bed good or bad, but knowing how to find and sift through mattress reviews can be a helpful skill to have on your next search. In one of our previous guides comparing the best memory foam beds, we factored consumer reviews into our decision fairly heavily, […]

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What is Sleep Paralysis? Symptoms and Treatments

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Ever been in a dream where you’re trying to run but you can’t? Or you’re moving really slowly and just can’t go any faster? Well, sometimes that happens in real...

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Revive 12 Inch Gel Memory Foam Mattress

Revive 12 Inch Gel Memory Foam Mattress


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Revive 12 Inch Gel Memory Foam Mattress - The open-cell design and ventilation, the Revive Gel Memory Foam maintains a balanced body temperature which provides for the ultimate experience in comfortable sleep.

Our Voila Hybrid Mattress Review for 2018

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Best Mattress Reviews of 2018 – Yearly Report

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If you plan on buying a new bed soon, you might be curious to know who has the best mattresses, and which ones to avoid. […]

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Modern Sleep Foam 10.5-Inch Cool Gel Ventilated Gel Memory Mattress - Walmart.com

Modern Sleep Foam 10.5-Inch Cool Gel Ventilated Gel Memory Mattress - Walmart.com


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Free Shipping. Buy Modern Sleep Foam 10.5-Inch Cool Gel Ventilated Gel Memory Mattress at Walmart.com

Our In-Depth DreamCloud Bed Review for 2018

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Gel Luxor-pedic 12″

by kayla @ Gel Memory Foam – Mattress Depot USA

By Easy-Rest

  • 2” Cooling Air Gel Visco Foam
  • 2” Open Cell Visco foam
  • 8” High Density Foam
  • Cooling Mesh Fabric
  • No Springs
  • Certified CertiPUR-US
  • 15 NPR Warranty

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Are You at Risk for Holiday Depression? Recognize the Symptoms

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While the holidays bring joy to many, dealing with colder weather, money problems, and reminders of lost loved ones can result in not-so-merry feelings this time of year. If you have symptoms like sadness...

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Zinus Cooling Gel Mattress Review - MattressHelp.org

Zinus Cooling Gel Mattress Review - MattressHelp.org


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The Zinus memory foam mattresses are the Pressure Relief Green Tea mattress and the Cooling Gel mattress. Both models include 5 different size options with 4 different firmness levels. The Zinus memory foam mattresses are popular choices on Amazon with thousands of reviews.

What to Look for in a Wholesale Mattress Company

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Whether you are in the hospitality business or you run a college dorm, replacing mattresses is a big part of your job. The job of a wholesale mattress company is...

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Best Nighttime Exercise Routines

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Learn which workouts will boost your sleep. Until recently, nighttime workouts and sleep were considered a bad match. The consensus was that late-evening exercise would rev the body too much before bedtime, promoting sleeplessness. The truth is, you can do any type of exercise at night, as long as the workout doesn’t interfere with your slumber. (People […]

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The Perfect Mattress Doesn't Have to Break the Bank

The Perfect Mattress Doesn't Have to Break the Bank

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A great mattress doesn’t have to put a big dent in your bank account. Here’s how you can find the best low cost mattress.

Best Mattress Picks of Summer 2017

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Summer 2017’s Best Beds: 30-Second Summary First things first, here are the best rated mattresses of the year in each category, based on our research and survey data about what consumers care about most when looking for a new mattress. Read on to uncover expert tips in our buying guide and for more detailed comparisons […]

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What’s the Best Mattress for Plus-Size People?

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Tips and comparisons to help you choose the best mattress. Every person has unique set of considerations when it comes to finding the best mattress, including sleep position, health concerns, firmness preferences, and personal size and shape. The best mattress for a plus-size person will account for these differences, while still providing comfort and durability. […]

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