Treating Poor Circulation
Snoring is no mystery. If you snore, you know about it. You’ve either woken yourself up sawing logs, or a loved one has broken the news to you, either in jest or in manic, sleepless rage. But snoring is just one of many disruptors that can keep you up at night, and can often point to bigger issues, often less noisy, but concerning all the same. You can help treat these issues, thankfully, and it all starts with the right mattress and pillow. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to sleep, but one size does properly fit you. Find your fit with our exclusive in-store Sleep Assessment at a Mattress Warehouse near you!
Are you waking up tingling in various parts of your body? Are your legs and feet swelling? It’s possible you’re not getting the proper circulation you need. This could be the result of sleeping oddly on an arm or leg, but with time and frequency, this could point to other issues, such as nerve damage, vitamin B deficiencies, fluid retention through poor dieting, or even carpal tunnel. One way to address this is through an adjustable base. They can ergonomically position your body in a way that promotes positive blood circulation, such as lifting your legs, and relieve pressure from sensitive areas, encouraging better sleep. This could be the difference between pain and a great night’s sleep if you have high blood pressure or are diabetic.
Hopefully these tips have pointed you in the direction of better sleep and less disruptions. If you can’t seem to shake them no matter what you try, it’s time to consider a professional opinion from the appropriate doctor. Either way, a better mattress is the first step. Visit one of our local showrooms today!