Sleep Central

Welcome to Sleep Central at qMattresses, a section devoted to healthy sleep. With our continued focus on quality and unincented information, Sleep Central offers additional premium content to regular visitors who may not need mattress information or details about bedding accessories. As an authority on mattress products and sleep, our aim is to publish only the most up-to-date health information that relates to or affects healthy sleep. (You can skip this part and go straight to our section of Healthy Sleep Articles).

We achieve our mandate with the help of the reams of scientific and psychological research that gets published in the United States on an annual basis. And with a bias toward sleep-related health problems, our focus can remain on mattresses and bedding accessories.

The Average Hours of Sleep Per Night in America is 6.7 Hours… Sleep Deprivation is 6 Hours

As evidenced by the statistic above, our nation is on the verge of being sleep-deprived. This is not a good thing. Through awareness and mattress and bedding accessory suggestions, we hope to influence the national average, definitely a lofty goal but one we believe we can achieve.

After all, healthy sleep is something that we should all strive to enjoy. That means 8 hours of uninterrupted sleep per night. Of course, external factors like stress, problematic posture, aches and a host of other health problems prohibit us from getting proper sleep. By addressing some of those problems and offering potential remedies to deal with them, we believe that healthy sleep is something we can help you achieve.

Articles Published to Date:

7 Habits For A Good Night’s Sleep

Alternative Medicines For Sleep

Back Pain and Healthy Sleep


Circadian Rhythm Disorders

How To Resist Fatigue From Shift Work

Impact of Stress on Healthy Sleep

Insomnia: A Primer

Migraines, Headaches and Sleep Quality

Narcolepsy 101: An Introduction

Obesity and Mattress Quality

Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Poor Circulation and Healthy Sleep

REM Sleep Behavior Disorder

Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

What Is Your Sleep Type?

Disclaimer and Terms of Use

Please make good use of the information located in this section, but remember they are published for information purposes only. Information published by Sleep Central is not to override instructions obtained from your physician, qualified sleep professional, psychologist or other qualified medical professional. Instead, the intention of Sleep Central at qMattresses is to provide you with added information and resources to help you deal with your particular concerns from a sleep angle and as a result qMattresses and its owner, QuoteStork Media Inc., assume no liability for actions taken as a result of the information published here, elsewhere on this site or elsewhere on the internet or in print.

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