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The Full Time Rv’er and Travel Trailers

Saturday, September 19th, 2009

Retired people and couples sometimes spend all of their time traveling in an RV or travel trailer. These people are considered ‘full time RV’ers.’ An RV is a usually described as a vehicle that doubles as a temporary travel home. An RV is also sometimes called a motor home.

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RVs are perfect for short-time leisure. RVs make the perfect home-away-from-home on vacations, camping or even full-time living. At the least, an RV contains a bed, a table, a place for food-preparation and places for storage. Larger and more luxurious RVs have full bathrooms, refrigerators, living area, a master bedroom, etc. The most luxurious RVs can even have Internet access, satellite TV, awnings, etc. RVs can cost anywhere from $10,000 to $1,500,000 or more.

A travel trailer is often used for the same purposes but are a bit different. A travel trailer is simply a trailer that is pulled behind a vehicle. Travel trailers provide a place to sleep and can be used as a temporary home. Travel trailers that are used for full-time use are larger than those that are used for summer vacationing or shorter trips. Large travel trailers can provide all of the comforts of a luxury condominium. Many travel trailers are equipped with beds, a bathroom, a kitchen area, storage, a living area, etc.

What is the most important component for an RV or travel trailer to have if used full-time? A mattress. It is so important to have good quality mattresses in your RV or travel trailer, especially if you plan on living there. RVs and travel trailers often come with cheap mattresses. These mattresses won’t provide any support or comfort for a short period of time, so how can you expect it to give you the comfort and support you need on a full-time basis?

Rocky Mountain Mattress offers mattress customization for any size or need. This means that you can order a high quality memory foam or latex mattress in the correct specifications for your RV or trailer travel. It is more convenient and cost-effective to get better mattresses for your travel home now than ever before.

Rocky Mountain Mattress has the best prices and the best products. If you are in the market, place an order today or call and let one of our experienced sales rep take care of you. Rocky Mountain Mattress is a reputable company – check us out at the BBB. If you are considered a full time RV’er or travel trailer, you need to think seriously about replacing those worn-out RV and travel trailer mattresses.

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Please call or email Lane with the information below:

By phone: (801) 824-5503
By email: lane@rockymountainmattress.com

5 Methods To Improve Sleep and Productivity

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Don’t you want to know the secret to improve your quality of sleep? By improving the quality of sleep you get each night, you can increase your level of productivity. As your productivity increases, your quality of life will also increase. It’s simple. Just follow these five easy tips.

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1. Pay it out. Don’t shortchange your body when it comes to sleep. For every 30 minutes of sleep that you lose, your sleep debt increases. As you accumulate more sleep debt, you will begin to see and feel the short term and long term effects. Not getting enough sleep affects your mood, your heath and your overall performance. The average person needs about 8 hours of sleep every night. The ideal amount is anywhere from 7.5 hours to 8.5 hours. It is important to get the same amount of sleep every night so that your body can get acclimated to a normal schedule.

2. Evaluation time. Do you remember when you had to fill out performance evaluations for your professors when you were still in school? Well, it’s time to go back to the performance evaluation basics. Except, this time you won’t be evaluating your professors…you’ll be evaluating your performance. Also, evaluate the performance of your mattress. Although physical signs may not be evident, think about how it affects the quality of sleep that you get. Is it as comfortable as when you bought it? Does it still support your entire body? The age of your mattress directly affects the quality of sleep you get.

3. The bedroom.
Your bedroom should be used for certain things, and certain things only. Keep this room uncluttered and free of “knick-knacks.” Don’t use your bedroom for other purposes like folding the laundry, a second office, etc. In order to provide the ideal atmosphere for sleeping, your bedroom should be a warm, inviting and relaxing space.

4. No more caffeine. Studies show that caffeine directly interferes with “getting a restful night’s sleep and waking refreshed in the morning.” As you begin getting ready for bed, stay away from anything with caffeine in it. This includes chocolate, tea, coffee and soft drinks.

5. Invest. One of the most important investments you will ever make will be your mattress. The average person spends approximately 1/3 of his/her lifetime asleep. Don’t scrimp when it comes to a good quality mattress. Choose a mattress that is completely comfortable and supportive for your individual body. Spending more money on a good mattress will provide you with health, happiness and productivity.

Getting a good night’s sleep isn’t hard anymore. Simply follow these easy tips to improve your sleep and your productivity.

Surprising Facts About Women And Sleep

Thursday, September 3rd, 2009

For the most part, women feel that it is very important to stay healthy. A survey conducted by the Better Sleep Council says that more and more women are having an increased interest in the quality of sleep they get. These women feel that several things are central to overall health and well-being including: a proper diet, exercise and a good night’s sleep.

Although many woman are taking more of an interest in sleep, most women are failing to get the amount and quality of sleep that they need. Studies show that women are more sleep deprived than men. In general, women have a more difficult time falling asleep and staying asleep. Women also experience more daytime sleepiness than men.

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Here are some surprising facts about women and sleep.

-68% of American women say that they sleep less than the recommended average (8 hours)
-Three factors affect women the most and cause the most sleeplessness. These factors are:
-Work and/or family stress
-Health ailments (i.e. allergies or a cold)
-Uncomfortable mattresses or pillows
-66.7% of women admit that a “balanced lifestyle requires a proper diet, regular exercise, and a good night’s sleep.”

Studies also show which women are the worst sleepers.

Divorced and Separated Women
The Better Sleep Council says, “Women who are divorced or separated were 9-points more likely than single women, and 6-points more likely than married women to say they get, at most, 5 hours of sleep a night.”

Northeast and West Coast Women
Did you ever think that where you live affects the amount of sleep you get? The Better Sleep Council has found that women who live in the Northeast and West Coast regions of the United States have more trouble sleeping than those people who live in other regions.

Non-Professional Women
Professional woman actually sleep better than women who work inside the home. In fact, women who work inside the home are 8-points more likely to get less sleep than they need. Professional women are actually the most likely to get a good night’s sleep.

Minorities
Women who are in the minority have more trouble sleeping. Hispanic women were 5-points more likely than White women to report not getting enough sleep. African-American women were 14-points more likely than White women to report not getting enough sleep.

As a woman, it is so important that we get the quality of sleep that we need. Our lives, productivity and relationships depend on maintaining a balanced lifestyle. A balanced lifestyle does include: a balanced diet, exercise and getting a good night’s sleep.

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