How Sleep Can Help Improve Your Health

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How Sleep Can Help Improve Your Health

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Sponsored by Sleep Country
Sleep, what is it good for? Well, absolutely everything. A survey by Sleep Country shows 75% of Canadians find sleep important when thinking about health and wellness — and they’re not wrong.

 In recent years health awareness has been on the rise, whether it’s a new vegan diet or exercise trend, body health has been prominent and your sleeping patterns can also impact your well-being.

 Sleep Country’s Sleep Experts want to ensure all Canadians have a great night’s sleep and in turn a happier and healthier life.

Sleep Country’s new campaign, Tell Us Everything, centres around telling one of their Sleep Experts everything about what keeps you up at night and which sleep issues hit home for you. Focusing on learning more about the sleep problems and patterns of their everyday customers, Sleep Country wants to know what makes for a good night’s sleep to you, so that they can create a complete sleep solution to match your needs

 To launch the campaign Sleep Country conducted a national sleep survey to find out Canadians’ sleeping habits, quirks, and preferences. The most surprising? Over 60 per cent of Canadians aged 18-34 have cancelled plans to sleep instead.

 The reality: if you find yourself missing out in order to catch some Z’s it may be time to reevaluate your sleeping habits.

 According to the CDC, adults need seven or more hours of sleep per night for the best health and wellbeing. Sleep Country’s survey shows over 50 per cent of Canadians aged 18-34 wake up at least one or two times throughout the night.  

 Small disruptions can have rippling impacts; getting the right amount of quality sleep at the right times can help protect your mental health, physical health, quality of life, and even your safety.

 

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 Tell Us Everything is built on the idea that Sleep Country’s Sleep Experts are able to match all Canadians to a great night’s sleep and work to tailor a complete sleep solution to your specific needs.

 Does your partner snore? Are you a shift worker? Do you sleep on your back?  A quality sleep is in the details; the more Sleep Country’s Sleep Experts know, the better. So they are serious about us telling them everything.

 This year, the company is celebrating its 25th Birthday, with over two decades as the masters of sleep, Sleep Country has become more than just a mattress retailer. As a one-stop sleep shop, Sleep Country carries a full assortment of innovative sleep essentials, designed to help all Canadians get a great night’s sleep. With the option to shop both online and in-store, you have the ability to test products in person to guarantee you’re getting the right fit for you. Want to test out a new mattress, or get fitted for a pillow? Visit a local store, or head to SleepCountry.ca today to find out more.

The fact is, sleep matters, for all of us. Share your sleep confessions, tell Sleep Country everything and start your journey to a better sleep today.

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About Sleep Country

Sleep Country is Canada’s leading sleep retailer. Sleep Country is the only specialty mattress retailer with a national footprint in Canada. Sleep Country operates under three retail banners: Dormez-vous, the largest retailer of mattresses in Quebec; Sleep Country Canada, the largest mattress retailer in the rest of Canada; and Endy, Canada’s leading online mattress brand with the most Canadian 5-star reviews. As of July 8, 2019, Sleep Country has 272 stores and 16 distribution centres across Canada. All of the Company’s stores are corporate-owned, enabling it to develop and maintain a strong culture of customer service, resulting in a consistent and superior in-store and home delivery experience. Sleep Country also works closely with Canadian charities to donate new and gently used mattresses to families and children in need.

 

For more information about the company visit sleepcountry.ca, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SleepCountryCanada and on Twitter @SleepCountryCan.

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