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Are You Exhausted When you Wake Up in the Morning?

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When was the last time you had a good night’s sleep? Do you struggle to sleep through the night, and then wake up tired in the morning? The amount of sleep Americans get is similar to sleep amounts from recent decades, but that amount is much lower than the amount of rest people got in 1942. On average, in the 1940s Americans slept 7.9 hours a night. Today, only 59%F of Americans get seven or more hours of sleep at night. The remaining 40% get less than seven hours of rest a night. While sleep figures are largely unchanged according to Gallup polls taken in the 1990s and 2000s, there is no denying that Americans are losing as much as seven hours of sleep a week from our counterparts 60 years ago.
Study after study shows that getting the proper amount of rest is important for both physical and mental

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Getting Rid of Common Sleeping Issues With a King Adjustible Bed

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In today’s fast-paced world, one of the most important commodities is sleep. A good night’s sleep brings you the comfort and relaxation you need, while also recharging your batteries and rejuvenating your body and mind. Now more than ever, many people complain about different issues with sleeping, including aches and pains, stiffness, headaches, lethargy and fitful sleep. While some of these issues can be a result of other physical or psychological complications, practicing good posture and an ergonomic sleeping environment can be of great help. That is where a king adjustable bed might prove to be a difference-maker.

A king size adjustable bed is a large bed which provides you with the opt

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Sleep Better with an Adjustable Bed and Mattress

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It’s important to get a good night’s rest. More than 60% of people in the U.S. have difficulties with proper sleep. But what’s the reason for this epidemic of sleeplessness?

Part of the problem is related to diet. Improper diet, such as too much sugar intake or not enough protein, can contribute to problems with sleeping. Lack of exercise also causes sleep problems, since exercise naturally releases chemicals in the brain that can help induce sleep when it’s time for bed.

Aside from diet and exercise, though, another thing to consider is the bed you’re sleeping on. If your bed is uncomfortable, creaky, and/or unfit for your body, then proper sleep is obviously going to be hard to come by. If you’re considering purchasing a new bed to help you get a good night’s sleep, then you should consider getting an

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