Remember that time when you and your sweetie cuddled throughout the night? As the years go by, that closeness while you sleep probably falls by the wayside, just like it did for Roseanne and Dan. Don’t worry—that’s completely normal, says Susan Shapiro Barash, author of The Nine Phases of Marriage. “Everything from separate work schedules and snoring spouses to co-sleeping with the kids can interfere in a couple being close while sleeping.” In fact, a recent study by the Better Sleep Council (bettersleep.org) found that more than one in four Americans say they sleep better alone rather than with their partner.Read the Full Story
In the News
The Better Sleep Council is one of the leading resources for information about mattresses, sleep, and shopping tips. Browse through some of these articles where the Better Sleep Council was featured, and read up on how to better improve your sleep and find the mattress of your dreams!
The Better Sleep Council has declared May to be Better Sleep Month, and while we could have let sleeping dogs lie (yes, pun intended here), we instead decided to investigate how animals slumber. After all, many pet owners snooze with their furry friends nightly.Read the Full Story
How old are the mattresses in your home?
The International Sleep Products Association recommends you reassess the condition of your mattress every seven years, or after any major life change like getting married or if you're getting older.
If you can't remember the last time you experienced a really good night's sleep, there are some things you need to consider before shopping for a new mattress.
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