I don't know about anyone else, but I really hate Daylight Savings. It really throws me off. I'm sure I cannot be the only one who is always much more tired and restless and it takes me days to finally feel normal again.
To be honest, I never got such a great night sleep ever. I really didn't know what was going on. Was there a medical reason behind it? So, after spending all this money on a sleep study I found out that no, I really did not have a sleep disorder. Okay. So what could the problem be? I wanted to feel better and sleep better, especially around daylight savings time and especially when I am losing a whole hour sleep.
I started looking into other things and found out that believe it or not, it is not the amount of sleep that you get most of the time, but the quality of the sleep. My quality of sleep was obviously not good with my tossing and turning and trying to get comfortable.
In last-minute desperation, I decided that I would try a new mattress. I mean, I tried everything else, spent money on doctors and tests, why not? The worst that could happen would be that I still did not get good sleep, but at least I would have a new mattress to show for it.
I usually ended up buying mattress after mattress and they never lasted too long. I did not realize how much of a difference a good mattress would actually make in getting quality sleep. I decided to look at Brooklyn Bedding since they manufacture their own beds and personally to me that stood out tremendously because they are not getting it from a third party so they know exactly what they are selling and since they manufacture it themselves, I would assume they stand behind their product.
Not only has the mattress lasted longer than any other mattress I previously owned, but I am getting that quality sleep that I thought was so elusive. It also helped me with that daylight savings hump that always gets me. When I had to “spring ahead” a few weeks back, I noticed a big difference that day in how I felt compared to other years, and believe me I dread that day every year because I know what is coming. Now I do not have to dread it anymore.
I used to go to bed at 9 pm because I was so tired. This would mean I was actually getting 9 hours of sleep, but obviously not 9 continuous hours since I would wake up a lot, toss and turn and have broken sleep, so not quality sleep. Now I can go to sleep later and still wake up at the same time and end up having between 6 and 7 hours of sleep at night which is approximately 2 to 3 hours less than I was getting and feel better and more refreshed the next day. A good mattress does make a difference. You can cut corners on lots of things, but a mattress should not be one of them. It took me a long time to figure that out but I am happy I did.
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