How important is a good night’s sleep? Anyone who’s found it challenging to nod off can tell you that awakening well rested makes all the difference. Instead of struggling to tackle everything on your to-do list, you’ll be set up for a productive, positive day.
We have a variety of tools at our disposal to achieve that rest. Good sleep hygiene includes stowing the electronics at least half an hour before bed, for example. You’ll want to create a relaxing, soothing space, and yes, find a mattress, pillow and bedding that suit your sleep needs.
If the right mattress could be the key element you’re missing in the quest for slumber, it’s important to take the time to test drive a few options – yes, that means lying down to see how your body responds to the different mattress styles and materials, and what degree of firmness you prefer.
With so many mattress styles available today, it’s also important to talk to the local experts, notes Parry Gallagher, owner of Coombs Junction Furniture, who offers more than 30 years of experience in helping clients make the right furniture decisions for themselves and their families.
Factors to weigh include your sleep position, how much support you need or want, how hot or cool you like it, and various other unique-to-you considerations, Parry explains.
Summer sleep sale with Sealy
This month, Parry and his knowledgeable local team celebrate the best of Canada with their Super Sealy Summer Sale, boasting the lowest prices of the year, Aug. 18 to 31.
It’s just one more way that Parry, a proud supporter of the shop local movement, keeps it local.
“Our recently expanded mattress gallery provides even more options from British Columbia and Canada,” Gallagher says.
Options range from Sealy’s Mountain Ash series to the Braxton Hybrid waterfall series, combining inner springs with memory foam and the targeted support of Sealy’s Posturpedic technology. Hockey fans might also want to check out the limited-edition Hockey Canada Posturpedic mattress, supporting women’s hockey.