Thursday, August 10, 2017

Benefits of Sleeping on a Gel Memory Foam Mattress

We often hear about how important it is to live life to the fullest. Ironically, many people are unintentionally ignoring this. How? By sleeping on an uncomfortable bed or mattress every day.

On average, we sleep for at least 6-8 hours every day. That means we spend a third or a quarter of our lifetime inside our bedroom (or on the couch!). It just makes sense to find a foam mattress that can help us sleep comfortably. If you're still looking for one, consider getting a gel memory foam. Why?



Check out the Benefits of Gel Memory Foam

Gel memory foam provides unique comfort.
Just like the memory foam, gel foam is very comfortable and sturdy. It's likewise viscoelastic, but it's infused with gel. This helps guarantee that so-called “plush feel.” Moreover, it's resistant to motion transfer. This means you'll hardly notice your partner even if he's tossing or turning himself a lot during the night.

Read more here: http://www.mattresssaleliquidators.com/single-post/Benefits-of-Sleeping-on-a-Gel-Memory-Foam-Mattress

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Sleeping Tips for Pregnant Women


Having enough sleep is an important routine in every person's life. This is especially true for pregnant women who need to keep themselves healthy and physically fit for their upcoming babies. Hormonal changes, insomnia, restless leg syndrome - these are just some of the very known issues that are hard to control and are affecting most pregnant women's sleeping cycle.

Fortunately, there are things they can do to at least improve their sleeping habits in the next nine months. Check these out:

1) Develop a sleeping cycle
Most pregnant women are prone to insomnia, but this can be slowly addressed by establishing a sleep routine. For some, they set their alarms to easily remind them that it's already time for them to go to bed. For this to be successful, one should strictly adhere to the schedule by putting everything away if it's already time to sleep.

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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Things You Should Know Before Buying a New Mattress

According to research, an average person spends one-third of his lifetime lying on the bed. It, therefore, makes sense to invest on things that would give you a comfortable sleep anytime during the day or night. If there's something on top of anyone's list, that's probably the Orange County mattress.

Getting a good mattress is as important as choosing healthy food and drinks. When you sleep, you need a mattress that can properly support your body to prevent waking up tired and aching

So what are the things to consider when buying a new mattress? Let's take a look at three of the most common types:

Innerspring Mattress
It usually lasts for as long as ten years depending on the quality of the materials that it's made of. A good innerspring mattress has more resilient coils and denser padding. It often has two sides. Thus you can always flip it over. By doing this regularly, you're distributing the wear and tear and making the mattress last longer.

As expected, your weight can also be a factor on how long it's going to last.


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Thursday, June 22, 2017

How To Maintain Your Child's Bedtime Routine During Summer

Summer is the most awaited time for our kids to relax from any school related stuff but not with a kid-friendly outdoor activity, summer fun, and learning workshops. Kids take advantage of summer as a perfect time to stay up late and wake up late. Parents are tempted to become lax on their kids' sleep schedule but sticking to a fixed bedtime schedule helps your child stay healthy and in tip-top shape all summer long.
British researchers conducted a study comprising 7-year-old children and found that their behavior progresses as their sleep time became more regular than those kids who lack sleep.
How many hours of sleep is recommended for your child's age? Some science-based guidelines can help determine the right amount of sleep your kids need to grow. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) issued a recommendation for wider appropriate sleep duration for children.
Children ages 6-13 years old were advised to sleep 9-11 hours each night while teenagers need 8-10 hours of sleep each night. Quality sleep ensures your child will have a solid foundation for a proper mind and healthy body. Sleep deprivation often leads to irritability, hypertension, and headaches, making it more difficult for children to fall asleep.
For Moms and Dads out there, check out some of these helpful tips to keep your kid's sleep routine on schedule this summer:
1. Make a sound quality sleep a priority.
The right amount of good night sleep is no less important than a good diet and regular exercise. Enough sleep affects the overall health of a child.
2. Keep a bedtime routine.
Starting up a bedtime routine helps a child to develop self-discipline at a very young age. Try a simple nighttime routine like bathing, brushing, or reading a book before bed.

Friday, June 9, 2017

Buying Mattress at A Store Versus Buying Online

Buying a mattress seems like a simple task until of course, you get to see what you bought online and wished that you could have tested it first before you purchased it.

Research would help in your Orange County mattress selection, regardless of whether you buy it online or in the store.

Pros of Buying Mattress in Store
-You get to try the mattress before you decide to buy it
-Mattress firms usually offer a full-service delivery, sometimes even a full mattress set-up
-Mattress stores usually offer old mattress take away
-You can return your mattress easily in case you are not satisfied with your first choice
-You get solid, professional and knowledgeable advice from mattress salespersons in the store who can help you decide or choose the best mattress for you

When buying online, on the other hand, it is important to note that there are two types of online retailers:
1. There are online stores that sell mattresses from various manufacturers
2. There are also companies who manufacture their own mattresses and have online stores to sell their products.



Pros of Buying Online
-You get to save as much as 15% off the store value because you don't have to pay for the sales tax.
-Brands that are mostly or are solely available online have better quality, are more durable, the materials are better, and offer long term comfort than their physical counterparts
-You get to pay less return fees from online retailers than when you buy from a physical store
-You can buy from the comfort of your own home if you do it online
-There won't be any sales pressure or salespeople hovering at you when you buy online
-On average, online mattress stores have better customer service than the physical stores

Regardless of the pros of each store, however, you just need to take note of the following checklist when buying a mattress:

1. Know what to look for in a mattress. It is best that you understand the features of the different mattresses before taking your pick.

Friday, May 19, 2017

Pros and Cons of The Popular Mattresses

Many Orange County mattress buyers purchase without consideration of the type of mattress they buy, some repurchase the same type to avoid costly mistakes, and some aren't even sure that there are other options available for them. Information about some of the most popular types of mattresses is listed below.

Read more here: http://www.mattresssaleliquidators.com/single-post/2017/05/19/Pros-and-Cons-of-The-Popular-Mattresses

Friday, May 5, 2017

8 Ways to Clean Your Mattress

We spend approximately one-third of our lives in our mattress, so it's a must that we take measures to keep it clean. Regular mattress cleaning does not only prevent allergens or molds from settling in your mattress, but it also ensures that your Orange County mattress would last for years. Here are the steps to clean your mattress properly:

1. Remove your mattress accessories. Remove blankets and pillows to prevent these items from getting in the way when you clean the mattress. Fold the sheets and throw the dirty pillow cases in the laundry basket.

2. Remove the linens and wash them along with the pillow cases. Make sure to use the hottest water and dryer settings to kill dust mites and bacteria that might be lurking in your linens.



3. Vacuum your mattress starting from the top to the sides to remove mites, dust, hair, dead skin and other debris that has accumulated on your mattress. Use the wide brush attachment to vacuum the top of your mattress and the long upholstery nozzle or a crevice tool to dislodge the dirt from hard to reach places.

4. Address the stains accordingly.
-For urine stains, blot as much as possible to remove excess moisture. Place baking soda o the affected area then sprinkle with a mixture of detergent powder with warm water to remove the remaining stains before drying it up with a towel.
-A solution of hydrogen peroxide, liquid dish soap, and baking powder will address most other stains.
- Make the lemon juice and salt into a paste and apply on the blemished area.