Things You May Not Know About Your Bed

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Your bed is your sleeping sanctuary. Its properties are the ones that can make or break your most awaited sleep at the end of the day. As such, you need to know as much as you can so that you may ensure that you are sleeping with the best bed possible. Furthermore, wouldn’t it be interesting to be the bed-expert in your group of friends?

  • There are people who are extremely afraid of beds. This condition is likewise called clinophobia. People with afflicted with clinophobia can have fear of nightmares or wetting the bed if they sleep in a bed. They fear going to bed, even if there is no immediate harm present.
  • The bed is the most used piece of furniture in a house. This is the same reason why you should not compromise your bed’s quality for saving a couple of bucks. Moreover, the price is still not an indication of quality, so you should buy your bed with caution.
  • Making the bed may not be the best solution to get rid of bed bugs and dust mites. Covering the bed with a duvet that have trapped the moisture from one’s sweat may make bed bugs and dust mites proliferate more. As such, leave your bed to air dry.
  • A queen-size bed is the most purchased size of bed. You might think that the most purchased bed is the twin size or normal sizes, but it is the queen-size. This may be due to the fact that sleeping in a big bed allows more movement while sleeping, providing comfort while sleeping to anyone.
  • The first fitted sheets were made in 1958 by Bertha Berman. She may be the reason why you are problematic when you have to fold your fitted sheets. Nevertheless, this invention had helped many achieve a more secured bed sheet.
  • Dust mites live in some people’s bed. They are organisms that feed on one’s dead skin. There are also people who develop allergic reactions when they come in contact with dust mites. As such, practice good sleep hygiene and replace mattresses whenever it is necessary.

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