Posted on 18th Mar 2011 @ 2:16 PM
Fed up with a disturbed night that might involve you waking every hour and not being able to get comfortable? Everyone needs a good night's sleep to ensure they are rested and refreshed. It is pivotal for your sense of good health and wellbeing. Having the correct mattress clearly contributes to improved sleeping patterns, but it's just one of the things! Here we consider the potential impact on disturbed sleep from - wait for it - snoring!
Posture in bed helps you sleep better
Whether you are a habitual snorer or not, everyone needs a supportive, high quality mattress to help give a good night's sleep. One of the reasons people snore boils down to posture. Lying flat on your back? This could contribute to the likelihood you'll be disturbing your own sleep - and possibly someone else's - by snoring.
Using a memory foam mattress and memory foam pillow could help avoid this part of the problem. The foam in the mattress reacts to body heat shaping it to suit the precise contour of your body and retaining that position so you can rest comfortably. By good positioning of your body at night, slipping into a 'flat on the back' position could be avoided. And so could the snoring. The three-zone feature of the Dormeo memory foam mattress is known to improve blood circulation and cut down on tossing and turning at night.
Avoiding irritants at night helps stop snoring
Old mattresses are known to contribute to asthma and can irritate the respiratory tract thanks to their build up of dust and other irritants. A memory foam mattress has an antibacterial layer, whichhelps avoid this and a carbon layer that helps reduce allergens, irritants. Static electricity also affect the respiratory tract and is subsequently also reduced by a Dormeo memory foam mattress. Therefore, a memory foam mattress can contribute to less noisy breathing and the type of snoring that's usually attributed to blocked or congested airways. The zipper on the mattress cover helps with cleaning the mattress, which further reduces build up of irritants.
Snoring - your mattress is not the whole story
While a memory foam mattress provides a great way to improve your posture and get a good night's sleep, it is not the only factor that could help prevent snoring. Anyone who snores should take steps to reduce their weight and avoid drinking alcohol before bedtime. Continued snoring can be dealt with in specialised medical clinics where tests are run to determine the cause of the problem. One thing is sure and that is if you have a snorer in the house and you are unable to settle down for the night, a memory foam mattress is one of the better ways for you - both of you - to slip into bed and get the sleep you deserve!
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