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A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP

Just how good is your sleep? Waking up after a good night’s sleep in a comfortable bed is an unbeatable feeling. A rested mind and body, leaving the troubles of yesterday behind.
A GOOD NIGHT'S SLEEP
  • DEEP SLEEP

    In the field of sleep research, sleep is divided up into different stages. It is during the Deep Sleep* stage that the body recovers physically and the immune system is strengthened. Deep Sleep normally accounts for 10-15% of one’s total nightly sleep.

  • CHOOSE RIGHT

    An incorrect sleep posture makes it more difficult to enter the Deep Sleep stage and increases the risk of waking up tired, with back or neck pain. Your choice of bed is the difference between a good and a bad night’s sleep.

  • NOT TOO FIRM – NOT TOO SOFT

    Your bed’s firmness plays an important part in how well you sleep. A bed that is too soft does not provide sufficient support for your spine – but if too firm can create uncomfortable pressure points and inhibit circulation.

Your choice of bed is essential to your quality of sleep.

SLEEPING IN A DUX BED

The DUX bed has a unique, interconnected spring system that adjusts itself to the weight and shape of your body. Your shoulders and hips sink in while your lower back is supported. Important pressure points – especially your spine – is in balance and your blood can circulate as it should because your muscles are able to relax.

Using EEG to measure electrical activity in the brain, indepentent researchers at Stockholm’s Karolinska Institutet have performed studies to investigate how different beds affect the body and sleep**. Their results showed that participants who slept in DUX® beds reached the Deep Sleep stage more quickly and remained there longer – approximately one hour more every night.

 

**There are three main types of sleep: Superficial Sleep, REM Sleep, and Deep Sleep. The Deep Sleep or Delta Wavesleep stage is characterized by the slowest frequency brain waves and is the least like our waking hours. It isuniversally accepted that the body and mind rest and recuperate best during Deep Sleep.

**BRL, 1985, 1989 (Bed Research Laboratory, Docent Evert Knutsson, Docent Sven Engdahl)