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  • Lifestyle Changes that Improve Sleep

    Shockingly, almost a third of people have insomnia, and this number is ever increasing. If falling or staying asleep is always a battle for you, it could be rooted in how you spend your waking moments. The way you live your everyday life has a direct impact on your ability...
  • Detect Bed Bugs with Trained Dogs

    An increasing number of businesses and individuals are opting for canines to find bed bug infestations.
  • Start Saving Money Around the House

    Are you spending more than 30% of your annual income around the house? According to experts, you shouldn’t be. This is what they deem the standard measure of housing affordability. Not just in rent or a mortgage, but also in electricity, taxes, furniture, household essentials etc. In reality, Americans are...
  • Why Are Women Sleeping Less Than Men?

    Did you know? Women need more sleep than men in order to feel the same level of well-rested and ready for the day; however, women are actually getting less sleep than men in general. While the recommended amount of sleep is seven to nine hours, one study found that women are typically...
  • On Game Day My Bed is My Living Room

    The buzzer goes off and the crowd springs to their feet in an instant! Instinctively you follow suit, swinging your arms up in the air, standing up, and letting out your own victory cry – not thinking about the drink sloshing around in your hand and the bowl of popcorn...
  • How Your Mattress is Harming Your Health

    On average, a person spends about a third of their life in bed, probably more. These hours upon hours play an integral role in your overall health and well-being in more ways than you may imagine. Having the wrong mattress, or keeping the same one for too long, can lead...
  • The Night Time Routine for the Best Sleep

    Have you ever woken up right before your alarm was supposed to go off? You can thank your circadian rhythm, or your internal clock. It’s your brain’s way of letting your body know when to go to bed, when to wake up, and when to eat. If this natural pattern gets...
  • The Traveler’s Guide to Avoiding Bedbugs

    Over the course of just one year, 2.3 Billion Americans took a business or leisure trip, according to a study done by the US Travel Association. Or, in other words, there were 2.3 Billion chances for Americans to pick up bed bugs from hotel rooms, planes, or other public transportation, and...
  • Preventing Allergies and Promoting Health

    What you Forgot to Add to your Spring Cleaning List Every year, over 50 million Americans struggle with allergies, most of which are caused by allergens that can be found within their own home. In an attempt to remove these allergens, many people partake in the yearly event of spring...
  • Sleep off the Sickness

    Improved Sleep Leads to a Faster Cold and Flu Recovery During the winter months filled with snowy skies and harsh cold temperatures, a longer commute isn’t the only thing people have to worry about. With cold and flu season in full effect, people are combating headaches, runny noses, fatigue, and...

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