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How To Sleep All Night Without Getting Up To Pee

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

I have asked my Dr. this very question, so I am asking you, my readers; Do you have to get up to pee a lot at night? If you answer yes here is some information that I hope will help you limit that? This is just another post in our ongoing effort to provide good sleeping and health related tips to fully utilize your mattress (even if you didn’t purchase it from us).

Do you find yourself getting up a lot at night to go to the bathroom? Do you wake up suddenly out of a deep sleep because you need to go to the bathroom? If this is you, there are a few things you can do to prevent this from happening.

Take a look at how often you need to go to the bathroom during the day. If you go to the bathroom a lot during the day, it may be a sign that you have a smaller bladder. Having a small bladder isn’t necessarily a bad thing, except it can be bothersome at night. Take into consideration how much you go to the bathroom during the day and use that information to help you decide how much you might need to go during the night.

It is recommended that you drink at least 8 glasses of water every day. If you have a smaller bladder, you may need to adjust that slightly. You may want to drink the majority of your fluid intake before 6 or 7 o’clock at night. This will give you the opportunity to use the bathroom more before you go to bed. The more you use the bathroom before bed, the less likely you are to wake up in the middle of the night.

Try getting a good quality mattress as well. If you are getting the rest you need from a good mattress, you are less likely to get up at night. It seems as though you might wake up more often if you aren’t getting the rest you need. Make sure you are sleeping soundly at night. This will also help reduce the amount of times you may wake up. Get the sleep you deserve and limit your fluid intake at night. Doing this will help you sleep better and reduce the amount of times you wake up to go to the bathroom.

Custom Murphy Bed, Or Wallbed By Rocky Mountain Mattress

Monday, September 1st, 2008

A Murphy bed (or wallbed) is a mattress, which flips up at the head end for vertical storage inside a closet or wall cabinet. The mattress is actually attached to the bed frame. Murphy beds are great for space-saving!
While no longer used as frequently as they once were, there are still a number of folks looking to replace their old Murphy bed, or install a new Murphy bed into their home, office, apartment, cabin, etc. Rocky Mountain Mattress has recently included a great memory foam Murphy bed to its line up. The RMM Murphy Bed is designed to specifically fit most all Murphy Bed minimum and maximum weight specifications.

The mattress is made up as follows:
2″ of 3lb North American Made Cradlesoft Premium Memory Foam
5″ of High-Density North American Made Foam Base
Deluxe Circular-Knit Fabric

Twin
Size: 7 by 79 by 38
Price: $640.00

Full
Size: 7 by 79 by 54
Price: $715.00

Queen
Size: 7 by 79 by 60
Price: $790.00

To receive additional information on custom mattresses please complete our custom mattress form http://www.rockymountainmattress.com/blog/custom-mattress-tool or email us at info@rockymountainmattress.com
or call 1-866-733-3132.

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