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How BedFIT Can Help with Sleep Disorders

by Bill Welles

If you have sleep problems, we have solutions. It’s very common to have difficulty sleeping, but that doesn’t mean it’s enjoyable. A National Sleep Foundation poll found that 74% of American adults experience a sleeping problem a few nights a week or more, 39% get less than seven hours of sleep each weeknight, and more than one in three (37%) are so sleepy during the day that it interferes with daily activities.

Poor sleep can be linked to declining work performance, relationship strain, and increased mood swings of anger and depression. Chronic sleep loss can even become a factor of more severe ailments such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. And if you haven’t replaced your mattress in close to a decade, it’s gained more than enough unhealthy dust mites to contribute to allergies and asthma.

How Can BedFIT Help?

As you can see, sleep is a crucial part of our health and vitality. If your body is lacking sleep due to ongoing sleep disorders, your overall well-being could be taking a serious hit. Luckily, our BedFIT diagnostic process can help if you suffer from a variety of sleep disorders. Your BedFIT support rating will provide you a score to a list of mattresses that will match your necessary sleep type. If you need more support, an adjustable powerbase, or your ideal foundation, BedFIT will find a mattress that is the answer to your body’s needs.

Sadly, more people are dependent on sleep aids than ever before. The problem is, the real deterrent of poor sleep is the mattress you’re sleeping on. Relying on medication to fall asleep while lying on the wrong sleep surface can cause you to wake feeling less rested. If your body is fitted with the correct support and comfort level, your need for medication can be reduced or completely eliminated.

Insomnia

If you are unable to fall asleep, stay asleep at night, or wake up with an intense feeling of fatigue, you might be suffering from insomnia. Many find relief by switching to a sleep surface that provides the necessary support and comfort so the sleeper can find the proper alignment needed for deep, restorative sleep.

 Sleep Apnea

If you thought excessive snoring, snorting, or gasping sounds at night were just a part of your nightly slumber, sleep apnea might actually be the culprit. Along with feelings of restlessness, morning headaches, and extreme fatigue, these are all symptoms of apnea. It can be caused by many different factors and can even be life-threating if not handled properly.

A proper sleep surface should be a top priority in order to get the quantity and quality of sleep you need. A mattress that can be adjusted to fit your exact needs can positively impact deeper sleep and staying asleep in one spot for longer.

Head & Neck Pain

A recurring complaint from our customers is head and neck pain. The reason being, when most people are on the hunt for a new mattress, they rarely consider the importance of a good pillow when it comes to the quality of their sleep. A properly fitted pillow based on sleeping style, key measurements, and body position can drastically improve your sleep. That’s why we are always sure to test you for the proper pillow using our BedFIT diagnostic process.

Tossing & Turning

It’s common to toss and turn at night—for some, upwards of 40-60 times each night. But how much depends on the correct fit of your mattress. Tossing and turning is actually caused by excessive skin, body pressure, and a lack of support that cuts off circulation. This constant movement to find the right circulation and support can also be a factor of fibromyalgia.

You might find yourself with tender joints, muscles, and tendons and require a sleep surface that offers a low-tension pressure so you can stay in one place at night. If you’re experiencing this constant interruption to your sleep cycle, it can prevent the deep REM stages that are necessary for restorative sleep.

Acid Reflux

Too many individuals ignore this condition that can be reduced by a sensible diet, regular exercise, and the proper sleep position. Elevating the top of your bed 3-6 inches prevents acid from flowing into the esophagus at night while you sleep. Fortunately, you no longer have to worry about your partner who prefers to sleep flat—split foundations with individual adjustments have made it so everyone can find the perfect position for reading, relaxing, and dreaming.

Mattress Land takes the guesswork out of finding the best mattress for your body and sleep type with our exclusive BedFIT diagnostic process. Whether you suffer from sleep disorders or you simply want to experience the best sleep of your life, we can fit you and your sleep partner with a mattress that perfectly matches each side to your exact profile.