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At Down Etc, we pursue our core belief in the “art of the bed” while, at the same time, providing each customer with the foundation for a great night’s sleep. In a world filled with luxury bedding, this combination of form and function makes Down Etc unique. Our unique approach is exemplified by our Pillow Butler Program. Originally designed for high-end hotels to assist their guests in selecting the perfect pillows for their stays, Down Etc now brings this “white glove” service directly to you.
There are plenty of things you get used to when you share a home with your significant other. There are even more once you introduce children and pets into the equation.
Rip Van Winkle slumbered for twenty years while the world passed him by. The part of the story you missed is that it was all due to the perfect pillow! If you're one of the many adults struggling to get a good night's sleep, you might wonder where you can procure such a magical product. In truth, you needn't long for a fairy tale solution to your sleep deficit. It is possible to pick your perfect pillow when you know what to look for. Like any consumer purchase, you need to take the time to compare your options and find the ones that will best suit your needs. Here are a few tips to help you pinpoint the pillow (or pillows) that will provide you with the perfect nightly slumber.
There are many causes for snoring. It can be brought on by a cold, allergies, a night of drinking, or sleep apnea, just for example. And while the pillow you rest your head on each night won't likely cause you to saw logs, the right pillow can help reduce snoring in some cases and offer you a more restful night of sleep. Those with a serious condition like sleep apnea should see a doctor for diagnosis and treatment, but if regular snoring is keeping you and/or your partner awake at night, here are some guidelines for finding the best possible pillow to alleviate your symptoms.
“Studies have shown that even partial sleep deprivation has a significant effect on mood. … subjects who were limited to only 4.5 hours of sleep a night for one week reported feeling more stressed, angry, sad, and mentally exhausted. When the subjects resumed normal sleep, they reported a dramatic improvement in mood.” Sleep affects your moods. It’s something we knew, but it’s nice to have it confirmed by the experts at the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School. One of their recommendations for improving your sleep is the creation of a comfortable sleep environment. That’s where Down Etc can help.