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Have you been struggling to sleep at night? If you aren’t getting enough zzz’s, you may be interested in some sleep products that could help you fall asleep and stay asleep. You’ll wake up feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day when you use these innovative products.
Sound Masking Products
Do you struggle to fall asleep due to noise inside the house, or outside your bedroom window? Noise is a common sleep disturber, and if you’re being woken up by noise, it’s time to protect your sleep with sound masking technology.
One sound masking product that can help you sleep better is Nightingale. It’s a smart home sleep system that will mask the sounds both inside and outside of your house. Nightingale emits an ambient sound that will mask any distracting sounds, like the TV in another room, a dog barking outside, the snoring of your partner, or the air conditioner as it clicks on and off throughout the night. A study at Harvard Medical School looked at the Nightingale technology and found that participants fell asleep 38% faster when using Nightingale sound masking technology. This system can be easily controlled using a smartphone app, and is can be customized to fit your sleep schedule and block the sounds around you.
You can also try a white noise machine, gentle relaxing music, or even a fan to mask the sounds around you and help you get the sleep you need.
A Bed Fit for Royalty
If you haven’t been sleeping well at night, take a look at your bed and mattress. Have you avoided the mattress store for over 7 years? It’s time for an upgrade! Mattresses aren’t designed to last forever, and an old mattress that sags in the middle will be affecting your sleep. Research beds and mattresses, and make sure you get a mattress with the right level of firmness for you, depending on your sleeping position and personal preferences.
When it comes to beds, one great option for the best sleep is a Sleep Lab Bed. These have the best in customer features and comfort, and medical components for amazing sleep. They can be adjusted to the exact level of softness or firmness that suits your best, and the memory foam layer provides comfort as well as heat regulation using ThermaPhase Gel to keep you the perfect temperature throughout the night. You won’t wake up in the night to take off a blanket, or change into thicker pajamas, and the bed will do all the work for you. This bed is also fully adjustable, with controls for both the head and foot of the bed so you’ll have the best sleep every night.
Are you kept awake every night by your partner’s snoring? Or are you the one snoring throughout the night and keeping your loved one awake? One sleep product that can save your sleep and your relationship is a simple oral appliance. These non-invasive devices can stop snoring dead in its tracks, and provide relief to you and your bed mate. Most are made with soft silicone that easy to clean and disinfect. Snoring most commonly occurs when the muscles of the tongue relax too much, causing the tongue to fall back into the throat and block the airway. Oral appliances are designed to keep the tongue at the front of the mouth and prevent snoring. Some work by keeping the lower jaw forward during sleep, and others use light suction directly on the tongue to prevent it from slipping back into the throat. Oral Appliances are easy to use, and work wonders for anyone who struggles with snoring.
Sound Sleep Medical
Are you worried you’re not sleeping well? Have you noticed changes in your mood and attention span? If you’re not getting enough sleep, you’re prone to irritability, mood swings, difficulty focusing on tasks, and memory problems. You may even struggle with depression, and a weakened immune system.
Want to learn more about sleep, what’s preventing you from sleeping at night, and what sleep products could help you get the sleep you deserve? Visit us at Sound Sleep Medical where we’ll analyze your sleep cycles, talk about sleep hygiene, and find solutions to help you sleep better.