Healthy Relationships Survey Results

Sleep and Relationships: Better Mattress. Better You.

Uncovered by a Better Sleep Council (BSC) national poll: the secret to a healthy relationship that's hiding under the sheets...the mattress! Key findings link a new mattress to better relationships, improved personal well-being and better satisfaction in bed.

Resurging the Relationship

When asked how a new mattress can improve their relationship with a significant other, Americans reported benefits including:

  • Feeling more rested and cordial to each other during the day (52%).

  • Less tossing and turning by their significant other - leading to less disturbances and annoyances during the night (40%).

  • Encouragement to spend more time in bed with partner (27%).

  • Improvement in their sex life (26%).

I Can't Get No...Satisfaction!

BSC survey respondents who have had their mattress for 10 years or longer were more than twice as likely to criticize their sleep surface as "uncomfortable." Conversely, consumers with newer mattresses were more likely to comment their mattress was "excellent."

  • An alarming 48% of consumers do not have such a dreamy outlook on their mattress, calling it "average and nothing special" or "bad and uncomfortable" (39%, 9%).

  • A pleasant 51% of Americans praise their mattress as "excellent" and report that they "get a great night's sleep."

    Point of Impact:

Increased productivity during the day (23%), better health (21%) and less stress (18%) are all day-to-day improvements Americans attribute to a new mattress.

Sleep Soundly

A bad night's sleep doesn't have to keep you tossing and turning; better sleep can start with a better mattress.

  • Nearly six-in-ten adults (59%) agree that their sleep would improve when sleeping on a new mattress.

  • According to research from Oklahoma State University, a new mattress provides sleepers with significant improvements, including 70.8% improvement in sleep comfort and 62% improvement in sleep quality.

Secret to a Healthier Relationship

A bad night's sleep doesn't have to keep you tossing and turning; better sleep can start with a better mattress.

Nearly six-in-ten adults (59 percent) agree that their sleep would improve when sleeping on a new mattress.
According to research from Oklahoma State University, a new mattress provides sleepers with significant improvements, including 70.8 percent improvement in sleep comfort and 62 percent improvement in sleep quality.