Can’t Sleep? Exhausted all the time? It could be your bed.
Studies suggest a new mattress could improve your sleep quality and reduce stress
If you can’t sleep, or just generally have have trouble staying asleep at night, you’re not alone.
Studies have reported that up to half of all American adults claim they experience difficulty sleeping for extended periods of time at least occasionally. For some people, this may be a temporary annoyance – for others, it can be a debilitating issue that persists for months, years, or even their entire life. When the problem is serious enough that it causes detriment to your waking life – it’s classified as the sleep disorder you all know as Insomnia.
There are many factors that could be contributing to your difficulty falling asleep, or affecting the overall quality of your sleep. For example:
- Stress (both temporary & chronic)
- Psychological Disorders such as Anxiety & Depression
- Caffeine Use
- Discomfort & Pain
- Poor Sleep Schedule
- Medical Conditions such as Sleep Apnea, GERD,
Many people with sleep difficulties resort to prescription medications, or self-medication such as drinking alcohol or drug use. Not only will these generally not solve the underlying causes of sleep issues – they can often lead to dependency, as well as physical & mental health effects.
However, research has shown that there could be a much simpler silver bullet to remedying sleep problems.
How your mattress could be affecting your sleep
Most Americans will spend about 1/3 of their lives on their beds (an average of 25 years!) But incredibly, its typically easier to convince someone to spend thousands of dollars on a car they only use for a fraction of the day, than to invest in their own mattress. Many are under the impression that they can cut corners when buying a bed and still get the highest possible quality of sleep.
Science has suggested otherwise.
A 2011 study by the Red Triangle Institiute concluded that your mattress can have a significant effect on overall sleep quality.
This confirms multiple previous reports which came to the same conclusion. One 2009 study found that buying a new bed was associated with improved sleep quality, less back & neck pain, and an overall reduction in stress in study participants.
Sleepers agree. 92% of respondents to a poll conducted by The Sleep Foundation stated that they believe the comfort of their mattress has an impact on their sleep. Yet, Millions of Americans are sleeping on old, worn-out, or low-quality mattresses.
The Problems With Older or Cheap Beds
Most older or cheaper beds use what is known as an “innerspring” design. They’re built with a series of metal coils sandwiched between a relatively thin layer of padding. Even on new innerspring mattresses, this design can distribute the sleeper’s weight unevenly, which can cause pressure points & discomfort. As the bed gets used over time, these springs can warp and loose much of their support – further exasperating the issues.
Quality is also essential. Even on newer beds – typically in the world of brick & mortar consumer mattresses, the cheaper the bed, the lower the quality. These beds may feel OK in the store, but you’ll often find that once you get them home they lose much of their comfortable properties within a few months of use.
Some people may resort to adding pillow toppers or thin foam pads to “upgrade” their cheap beds. While these can offer the illusion of comfort, they’re often also made from low-quality materials, and provide little actual support.
Buy A Better Bed, for Better Sleep
The 2009 study found a direct correlation between buying a new bed and getting better sleep. If you can’t sleep at night – its something you should strongly consider.
People avoid buying a new bed for a variety of reasons. Many assume that a high-quality mattress won’t be affordable. Other factors such as transportation and the hassle of actually going to a mattress store to pick one out are holding them back. Once you get to the store – the overwhelming number of choices compounded with the pressure by the in-store sales people can make the entire experience unenjoyable.
But with the advent of new technology, there are now better ways to buy a high-quality bed so that you can maximize your sleep quality.
How The Dromma Bed Could Help
The Dromma Bed was engineered by a team of experts with decades of industry experience. The bed incorporates cutting-edge ergonomic technologies and state-of-the-art materials, specifically designed to create the most comfortable sleep surface possible. We’ve also simplified the buying process to eliminate much of the stress typically associated with buying a new mattress. All of this with the goal of promoting improved sleep quality.
Dromma’s 12″ triple layer construction provides three layers of comfort & support:
- 1.5″ top layer of ventilated Natural latex foam, provides bounce and added support with air flow ventilation for increased circulation.
- 2.5″ of Preserve VG Visco Elastic Gel foam keeps prevent overheating and provides contour memory for neck, back and hip comfort.
- 8” of Eco-friendly Preserve VG memory foam core provides the bulk of the support and unparalleled comfort..
These design features eliminate many of the issues such as overheating and lack of support commonly associated with other memory foam mattresses. We also build all of this using ultra-high quality foams and materials – 100% sourced & manufactured locally in the U.S.
A Better Bed, for a Cheaper Price
We didn’t just want to make the most comfortable bed possible – we wanted to make it affordable too.
Unlike traditional retail mattresses, The Dromma Bed is sold exclusively online – and we ship directly from our factory to your door. Cutting out the middle-man distributors and brick & mortar store markup is what enables us to sell a much higher quality bed, for a lower price. Our bed is more advanced and uses higher quality materials than many top-end retail memory foam mattresses which can cost thousands of dollars.
Streamlined Stress-Free Buying Process
Aside from the design & affordability, we streamlined the entire buying process from start to finish. Buyers in traditional mattress stores are faced with an overwhelming number of options and pushy sales people. Then they have to figure out how to actually get the bed to their bedroom – which often involves paying an expensive delivery fee.
The Dromma Bed design is so perfect, it’s suitable for almost any sleeper. All you need to do is choose your comfort preference – Medium-Soft or Medium-Firm. We roll-pack the entire bed into a conveniently sized box, and ship it for free directly to your front door within a week.
Once it arrives, you can carry the box to the bedroom –watch it expand before your eyes, and start sleeping on it that evening. No stress involved.
200 Day No-Risk Sleep Trial
Buying the right bed is a big decision – and we understand many are hesitant to commit to a bed they’ve never laid on before. According to The Red Triangle institute study, they recommend trying your bed for at least 20 minutes in a store. We don’t think spending 20 minutes laying on a bed you’ll spend 1/3 of your life on is nearly enough. That’s why every Dromma Bed has a 200 night no-risk trial period.
If you’re not satisfied with your bed within 200 days of purchase, you can exchange it for a different firmness level, or get a full refund. We’ll even pick up the bed for you and donate it to a local charity free of charge!
Not being able to fall asleep or stay asleep can be detrimental to both your physical health and mental well-being. While there are many factors that may be involved, your bed could be playing a role. The Dromma Bed has been designed to provide the best sleep experience possible.
Don’t suffer on an uncomfortable mattress any longer – Order your Dromma Bed today!