What Is The Best Way To Sleep? (Part 1)

Hello Everyone,

So ideally we should be sleeping 6-8 hours per night.

If you are following these recommendations, then you are spending up to 1/3 of your life in bed.  If you live 72 years that is 24 years that you will spend in your bed.

I would say that it is important that you do it right…wouldnt you.

So what is the right way to sleep and what is the best bed and pillow?  These are the questions that I will answer in this article.

First of all, what is the best bed out there?  In my opinion there is a very clear winner.  I do not want to turn this article into an advertisement so if you want to call the office for the product details, please feel free to do so, but I will tell you that Kelly and I use this bed and absolutely love it.

I will tell you the qualities of the bed that we use, so even if your are not interested in our particular brand, you can look for these qualities:

1.  Provides personalized support in the areas where you need it- Memory foam typically is the best material that I have found to achieve this goal.

2.  Made of non toxic products- The major memory foam manufacturer out there is 25-40% more expensive than the bed I recommend and they use petroleum derivatives in their products, these derivatives have caused negative health effects on many people.  The product that we use is a “green” product so it is good for the envrioment and good for you.

3.  Sleeps cool.  A lot of memory foam matresses trap your body heat to help soften the foam so it will form to your body.  Unfortunately this can make for an uncomfrotable nights sleep due to the heat that is retained in the mattress.

4.  Money back guarantee.  Some people just cannot adapt to sleeping on a memory foam bed, or just dont like them (I couldnt stand them until I found our bed) so you must have the ability to return the bed without hassle or great expense.

There are a lot of bed companies out there and a lot of different types of beds to choose from.  If you follow the above quality check you will be able to find the bed that is right for you.

Part two of this article will be on the way tomorrow so keep an eye on your email in box….

Have a great day!

Dr. Price

(Dr. Price is a Chiropractor serving the Fort Walton Beach Community.  Dr. Price has had much success in treating patients suffering from Low Back Pain, Neck Pain, Headaches, Whiplash (or other injuries suffered in a car accident).  Utilizing his nonsurgical spinal decompression technologies, Dr. Price has helped many patients find long term relief from chronic pain conditions such as sciatica, spinal degeneration, herniated discs, buldging discs, and arthritis.  You can find Dr. Price in Fort Walton Beach by visiting www.DrSeanPrice.com or call his office at 850-862-2224.)


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