Boosting your wellbeing – emotionally, physically and mentally – all begins with quality sleep. And where and how you sleep is vital to your overall wellness. Now’s the time to make sleep a priority so that you can take better care of yourself and the people you love.
What You Matters Sleep On
Getting the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep a night is a wonderful goal to shoot for, but the most important part of your night is getting the best quality sleep.
Do you and your partner prefer a different mattress firmness? With the Sleep Number 360® smart bed you can adjust each side to your Sleep Number® setting – so it’s just right for both of you. The bed also senses movements and effortlessly adjusts firmness, comfort and support to keep you asleep.
Did You Know?
On average, people who use their Sleep Number 360® smart bed and SleepIQ® technology get almost 100 hours more proven quality sleep per year.
Create Your Restful Haven
Part of getting quality sleep is designing a space made for relaxing both your body and mind.
At Sleep Number, it's best to seek bright light exposure in the morning and avoid it in the evening. Exposure to natural daylight is a powerful tool for keeping the biological clock – also called your circadian rhythm, your body’s natural sleep and wake cycle – in sync. After the sun sets, let your body naturally shift into relaxation and sleep mode.
Windows and skylights pour natural light into the space, perfect for creating a rhythm and sleep routine tied to dawn and dusk.
The HGTV Dream Home 2022 main bedroom is painted a calming white and then layered with warm, inviting shades of rust and soft browns.
Let Sleep Keep You Well
Quality sleep is an important component of your overall wellbeing. It also improves your physical and mental recovery time, making you more emotionally stable, resilient and better equipped to handle challenges throughout the day.
How does sleep affect the body?
During the second half of the night, rapid eye movement (REM) is dominant, taking care of the brain, which includes improved problem solving, creativity and memory skills.
The brain is tremendously affected by inadequate sleep, which can lead to anger, negativity, depression and anxiety. Good quality sleep positively affects emotional wellbeing, for a greater sense of calm, happiness and balance.
People who get enough quality sleep have more energy, better muscle mass and improved muscle memory. In fact, repetitive motor skills, such as a golf swing, improve during sleep without additional practice.
Fine Tuning Your Temp
The ideal temperature for your bedroom is between 65 and 68 degrees, but that doesn’t guarantee that you and your partner can find the perfect temperature balance.
Research shows you can spend more time in your temperature comfort zone when you combine their True Temp™ bedding, which moves heat and moisture away when you’re hot and hold energy in when you’re cold.
An hour before bedtime, switch your devices to night mode (or even better, turn them off). The blue light emitted from screens can inhibit the body’s production of melatonin, the hormone that makes us feel sleepy. To help reduce bad bedtime habits and experience better quality sleep, follow the free Sleep30® Challenge by Sleep Number.
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