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What You Get When You Buy A Mattress

When you buy that mattress, who you buy it from has everything to do with the cost of the mattress, and the price. If a retailer has a warehouse and keeps a lot of stock, that stock has a cost. And warehousing it has a cost, as does transporting it and handling it. That is on top of the price they paid from the manufacturer. Then you have the rent, the utilities, the commercials, the commission they pay the salespeople...in my estimation, when you buy from a big retail operation like this, you get about $50-$75 worth of mattress for every $1000 you pay at retail. Is it any wonder then that the mattress wears out after just a few years?

Crack A Window To Help You Sleep

If you live in a climate where you are subjected to the four seasons in all of their glory, you might find that you suffer from insomnia at certain times of the year. Quite often people find it more difficult to fall asleep during the late fall and winter months. For some, they attribute that to the shortened daylight hours or perhaps a small case of depression as the temperature plummet and time spent outside is rare.

Some Insomnia Facts

 Are You Worried About Sleepless Nights? Here Are A Number Of Insomnia Facts Insomnia or insomnolence as it is better known is a badly understood...

Snooze or lose! Are You Getting Enough Sleep?

 It's Snooze or Lose! Not Snooze and Lose. Get a Good Nights Sleep. By Joe Alexander, Nest Bedding  and www.NestBedding.com Welcome to the sleep...

Do You Think You May Have A Sleep Disorder?

 How to Tell If You Have a Sleep Disorder, Joe Alexander, owner, Nest Bedding There are many people that have an undiagnosed sleep disorder. They...

Memory Foam Mattresses

I thought I would share something from the Bed In A Box.com website... There are a large number of companies who have jumped on the memory foam ...

Is Snoring Getting Boring?

 Suggested Snoring & Sleep Apnea Treatments, by Joe Alexander, owner and Chief Nestologist at Nest Bedding and owner of www.NestBedding.com ...

How Aroma Therapy Can Help Your Insomnia

Sometimes the everyday stresses of life can build up in a person such as frustrations of work, family or marriage
problems, death or illness, so many different things. A combination of some of these aromatherapy oils can be literally magical in creating a harmonic balance, a sense of well being and relaxation, therefore promoting sleep.

10 Simple Tried & True Methods To Help You Fall Asleep

10 Methods You Can Use Today to Fight Insomnia, by Joe Alexander, owner, Nest Bedding and www.NestBedding.com 1. Drink Warm Organic Milk - Drinki...

What the Big Mattress Stores DON'T want you to know!

 Hopefully the competition does not read my blog much, because they can learn a lot. Having run other successful mattress operations, I know a thin...

The fight to keep chemicals out of our furniture

  (Image and quote below via NY Times 2-10-12 article) “Most disturbingly, a recent study of toddlers in the United States conducted by researche...

About Foam Density

How does the density of Bed In A Box's memory foam compare to others?

(Taken from a recent e-mail to BedinaBox) 

"I have been reading reviews of density for memory foam mattresses and many of them say that 4 to 6 lbs of density makes for better quality memory foam and will stand up longer/better. I read on your website about this high density not being as good due to hotter sleep and longer to bounce back. I am a little confused about which way to go. Can you help me out with this? Why is it that yours is 3lbs when just about everything out there on the market is 4-6lbs?" 

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