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Spring Cleaning: Mattresses

Welcome to our second installment of Spring Cleaning!  Last week, we discussed pillows but this week we are on to mattresses!  Cleaning your mattress may seem like a daunting task, but I can assure you that it will pay off in the end.  Mattresses are one of the most used objects in our home so more »

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Spring Cleaning: Pillows

Spring is here and you know what that means!  Spring Cleaning has arrived!  For the next few weeks, our experts here at Sleep City will be giving you helpful tips on getting your sleeping space into tip top shape, and they may even have a few deals for you too! So, let’s get started.  The more »

In honor of the Winter Olympics, the experts here at Sleep City just wanted to remind everyone (particularly athletes) to make sure they are getting enough sleep!  It’s no secret that athletes need even more sleep than the recommended amount.  7-9 hours just isn’t enough when it comes to .  Here’s how not getting enough more »

The dangers of sleep deprivation

The Dangers of Sleep Deprivation – Infographic

Sleep deprivation may seem like a common aspect of every day life, especially in today’s busy culture, but it can lead to many serious issues.  Sleep recharges your life, and by simply getting enough of it, you can greatly diminish your chances of getting sick, injured, or even gaining unhealthy weight.  It even improves your more »

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Dreaming: Three Theories

There is no doubt that sleep is vital to living a healthy life.  Not only is it key in maintaining a healthy lifestyle (in fact, those of us who are good about our sleep often have a healthier weight than those of us who struggle to sleep regularly), but it works wonders for your mental more »

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Sleep Positions: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Your sleep position may be causing you unnecessary sleeplessness, but we have a few tips for improvement… The Good:  Side sleeping Side sleeping is generally considered to be the most neutral sleep position because it compliments the natural curve of your spine, especially if you’re sleeping on the right mattress. Our experts suggest placing a more »

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Breakthrough Sleep Apnea Treatment Could Help Millions

Sleep apnea, a condition that affects some 18 million Americans, may have finally met its match. According to the American Sleep Apnea Association, “people with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times during the night and often for a minute or longer”(Sleep Apnea). Usually, the person suffering does not more »