A good night’s sleep is about getting to sleep and staying asleep. Most children wake up by themselves in the morning if they’re getting enough good-quality sleep.
To make things even more challenging, many autistic children also experience difficulties falling and staying asleep. They may act out and require extra attention from mom and dad. It’s not uncommon for them to take longer than normal to fall asleep, and once they are asleep bedwetting might be a regular occurrence.
Do you or other family members have red bites over your body? Are you worried about bedbugs? Checking your mattress carefully is the only way to find out whether or not you have an infestation, and if you do, you should act fast.
From counting sheep to lazy teenagers, there seems to be a lot of misconceptions and sleep myths out there.
We have both temporary and permanent solutions to make sure you doze off quickly, pain-free, and waking up every morning feeling alert, refreshed and ready for the day ahead.
Ever wake up in the morning and feel like you barely slept at all? We’ve all been there. Many factors could contribute to this, but at the end of the day, it’s most likely that you just never got deep enough into the stages of sleep for your body and brain to recuperate.
One of the main complaints customers have about their mattress is that they sleep too hot on it. This is especially true of mattresses that have a lot of memory foam. So how can you sleep cooler on your mattress? This comes down to your sleep environment, your bedding, and the mattress itself.
Regularly cleaning your mattress is an important task for keeping your sleeping area fresh and healthy. However, it is often overlooked. Cleaning your mattress removes allergens, dust, bacteria, and eliminates serious mattress problems including mold and odors.
A mid-day siesta is embraced by many cultures but in the United States we feel that we can not afford that couple of hours of downtime in the afternoon. Also, sleep inertia, which can happen if you nap for too long, takes a while to shake off.
As children we often fell asleep on our way to school and soccer practice because we stayed up late. We sneaked comics to our bed and stayed up reading them till the end. That resulted in foggy first moments after waking up, dozing in class and lack of attention.