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  2. How often should you replenish your bedding? 

    Your bedsheets touch your body every night, whether you’ve just showered or you’re crashing after a 7-hour sweaty hike. That means your bed is taking quite a hit from everywhere you’ve been, gradually rubbing off specks of your life’s events. Laundry can refresh it all, but only to a certain extent. After a while, you’ll need to replenish your bedding...

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  3. 7 Tips to Fall Asleep After Waking Up in the Middle of the Night

    Waking up in the middle of the night after a mere few hours of sleep is totally normal. How stressful it is though, depends on how easily it is to fall back asleep. Some nights are spent tossing and turning, wondering if it’s worth it at all to go back to sleep. On other nights, waking up is merely a...

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  4. Pocket Coil versus Innerspring Mattresses

    Most people probably don’t think too much about what’s inside their mattress, focusing on how soft they feel laying or jumping on. Not all mattresses are rectangles filled with fluff -- they’re constructed in different ways with a variety of materials, one of which involves a lot of metal. While laying across a ton of metal sounds intimidating, a well-constructed...

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  5. Four Ways to Upgrade Your Bedroom’s Look for Spring

    Spring has sprung, the flowers are blooming, the sky is sunnier, and the days are longer. And hopefully, your sleep is getting better. To do that, you’ll have to pay attention to how the switch to Daylight Savings has affected your sleep, which we’ve written about here. Another way to be more in tune with the season is to refresh...

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  6. 6 Ways to Sleep Right after “Springing Forward”

    It’s finally spring! Now we can finally enjoy longer days out in the sun, warmer temperatures, and maybe even a spring fling. However, many of us are starting off the spring with groggy days after that time jump forward on March 11. That’s because we “lost” an hour of sleep, which many of us can’t compensate for due to our...

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