Chapel Hill, NC – When the weather becomes colder, it becomes harder for me to get out of bed in the morning. I don’t know about you, but I love my bed. It’s so warm, comfortable and cozy.
This holiday season, why not consider giving yourself a gift that keeps giving night after night?
Feather Your Nest and Feel Your Best
The National Sleep Foundation says a comfortable bedroom is key to getting a good night’s sleep, according to the results of the National Sleep Foundation’s Bedroom Poll. The poll results show that Americans love their bedrooms!
We all know that to function at our best during the day, a good nights sleep is necessary. So why not make sure your bed and bedroom become the serene, relaxing haven away from all your daily stresses?
Simple indulgences in the bedroom matter. Clean sheets with a fresh scent, the perfect pillow, and the right mattress can all impact how you feel about going to sleep.
The good news is that we can all make our bedrooms great. Having a comfortable and clean bedroom could help you get a better night’s sleep. Love your bedroom, and improve a third of your life!
The Gift of a Good Night’s Sleep
Here are our Top 4 ways to make the bedroom your favorite room in the house.
- Put up some light blocking curtains
- How about a brand new pillow? (down, fiber or memory foam or even one that is contoured)
- New sheets that are %100 cotton with a thread count over 200 and are soft to the touch
- A mattress topper with memory foam can be like sleeping on a cloud
But if your mattress is more than 10 years old, if it has formed annoying peaks, valleys or lumps, or if you wake up stiff and sore, it’s probably time for a new one. So maybe instead of stressing this holiday, think about giving yourself the gift of a good night’s sleep.
Feather your nest. Make your bedroom the one place just for you. The best place to rest, restore and rejuvenate.
Go back to bed and snuggle up. After you’ve have a restful night’s sleep, you can think about what to get your mother-in-law for Christmas.
Come see us in Ram’s Plaza off Highway 15-501 in Chapel Hill.