Sleep is one of those things where, if you don’t get the right quantity and quality, everything in your life suffers. We know that mental and physical health, mood, creativity, performance, and overall happiness are directly related to your sleep. Those who suffer from sleep apnea can find the experience highly frustrating, so read on to learn about how a new mattress can help reduce sleep apnea.
Sleep apnea is a condition where a sleeping person either pauses when breathing or takes extremely shallow breaths. Either way, the result is a disruption in your sleep and a transition from deep sleep to a lighter state of sleep. This decreases the overall quality of your sleep, leaving you tired even after a full night’s sleep.
Sleep apnea can affect anyone, and it often goes undiagnosed since most people are unaware of their breathing habits while sleeping. Obstructive sleep apnea is a common form of sleep apnea, and it usually occurs in overweight individuals. Other forms of sleep apnea can be caused by misdirected brain signals. Snoring may or may not accompany different kinds of sleep apnea.
There are various options for dealing with and treating sleep apnea. Mouthpieces, breathing equipment, surgical options, and lifestyle changes can all be considered as ways to help restore regular breathing while sleeping and improve overall sleep quality. Another option is to look into a new mattress that targets your specific needs.
We have found that, for many people whose sleep quality has been on the decline, looking at beds in Minneapolis may be the needed answer. An adjustable bed or more supportive mattress can help you get into the proper posture and position to help reduce your sleep apnea. We recommend checking out various options and finding one that suits your needs and sleep habits. A new mattress could be just the solution you have been seeking.
7835 Southtown Center
Bloomington, MN 55435
Between Bed Bath & Beyond and Herbergers
Monday to Friday: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Saturday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM