Use Your 5 Senses

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Use Your 5 Senses

Your bedroom should be an oasis of comfort. We believe comfort starts with a customizable mattress..but doesn't stop there. Customize your bedroom using your 5 senses so that it's the perfect sleeping environment for YOU.We've listed below comfort zone options that pair perfectly with your Zzz mattress.

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With our customizable, luxurious mattress you'll be comforted to each of you and your partner's specific needs. Sleep with custom comfort on a mattress where YOU'LL choose what's best for you..bringing couples together!

TASTE - SMELL - SEE - HEAR - TOUCH

TASTE

"78% of Americans drink at least one caffeinated beverage daily. "
-NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
  • What you eat and drink before bed does have negative and positive effects on your sleep. For example, there are certain foods that contain tryptophan (an amino acid that has been known to increase niacin and serotonin and promote healthier/better sleep quality).
  • Choose your natural sleep inducer - eggs, chicken, fish, nuts.
  • Tip: "Eat lightly before bed (if at all) and avoid alcohol or stimulants like caffeine."
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SMELL

"63% of Americans say fresh air free of allergens is important to a getting a good night’s sleep. "
-NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
  • What you smell before or during sleep does have negative and positive effects. For example, lavender is scent that has been known to decrease heart rate and blood pressure resulting in being in the perfect relaxed state for rest.
  • Try different scents in oil diffusers, candles, sachets, and more to test which calms you into slumber the best.
  • Avoid sniffing up allergies like pollen and dust-mites that might inhibit sleep. In order to ride your sheets of this we advise washing your sheets in warm water once a week and your blankets regularly. Then dry them on high heat to kill these mites. In addition vacuum your house regularly and try using an air purifier at night.
  • Tip: "Launder your bed sheets not only to avoid mites, but "78% of Americans say they are more excited to go to bed if their sheets have a fresh scent."
    -NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
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SEE

"73% of Americans say a dark bedroom is important to getting a good night’s sleep. "
-NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
  • Lighting has a powerful effect on our bodies sending signals when it's time to be awake or go to bed. Try and create a dim, dark atmosphere for when you are ready to call it a night.
  • Try adding curtains or blinds to your windows.
  • Add low-wattage or incandescent lightbulbs to your bedside lamps.
  • Consider an eye-mask for light you can't control.
  • Tip: "Imagine your bedroom as a sanctuary. When you walk in—or simply think about your bedroom—it should make you feel relaxed and peaceful."
    -NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
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HEAR

"74% of Americans say a quiet bedroom is important to a good night’s sleep."
-NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
  • While you sleep you brain is actually still working to register and process sounds at a basic level. Depending on the noise you're more likely to move and become unsettled during the night. Sounds can also effect you differently depending on the stage of sleep you're currently in, the time of night, and even your feelings about the sounds.
  • Try adding white noise to help balance what you hear and lessen the chance of you becoming disturbed. White noise ultimately reduces the difference between background sounds and "peak" sounds, such as a door slamming shut.
  • Common "Peak: noises to try to mute out are outside noises (living in a city, airport noise, railway tracks), television, and more.
  • If you don't want to invest in a white noise machine you can also try a fan or air-purifier. The idea is to create a constant background humming to block out other noises.
  • Ear plugs also work as well.
  • Tip: "You might want to experiment with the volume and type to find the white noise that works best for you"
    -NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
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TOUCH

"93% of Americans say a comfortable mattress is important to a good night’s sleep."
-NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
  • Touch during sleep involves everything from what you sleeping on, to temperatures, and inner body feelings.
  • It is suggested to sleep at a cooler temperature for good sleep, around 65 degrees. Try testing your thermostat to determine what the right level is for you.
  • Tip: "A great night's sleep can dependon the comfort you feelin your bedroom environment."
    -NATIONAL SLEEP FOUNDATION
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