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Back to School Sale at Wildcat Mattress!

CTA-Back-to-schoolAre you waiting for the right sales opportunity to come along before you replace your lumpy old mattress? It’s time to stop searching and get down to the Wildcat Mattress showroom on Lexington Road in Nicholasville, KY.

One of our best deals of the year is here -just in time for the back to school season! Right now, you can order a queen mattress bundle, including foundation and free delivery, for just $399!

Now is the perfect time to replace your family’s old mattresses. Take advantage of our back to school mattress sale and free delivery today!

Healthy sleep for academic performance

You might already know that getting a good night’s sleep is crucial for your physical health. During sleep, your body and brain use the opportunity to restore and repair. Among other benefits, sleep lends itself to the repair of your blood vessels and heart. While this is good news for people who possess comfortable, sleep-inducing mattresses, those who struggle to get a good night’s sleep could be placing themselves at an increased risk of all sorts of health problems-from diabetes to obesity to stroke.

But getting a good night’s sleep is especially crucial for students – both young and adult learners. Sleep supports productivity, mental focus and acuity, attention span, and motivation. Losing just one to two hours of sleep per night can make students tune out and doze off during lectures, become forgetful (e.g. missing homework assignments), and fail to retain important information.

Jennifer C. Cousins, a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, presented her research on sleep and academic performance during the 2009 annual meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies. She had studied 56 adolescents who reported sparse sleep and poor daytime performance. Sleep was measured both through self-reported means and through clinical analyses. Her findings revealed that students who spent more total time asleep, had fewer nighttime awakenings, better sleep efficiency, and better sleep quality demonstrated improved academic performance. Specifically, these sleep-smart students were more proficient in English and had better mathematics scores.

How much sleep does your child need?

Everyone’s sleep requirements are a little different. But health experts recommend that newborns sleep 16 to 18 hours per day; preschoolers sleep 11 to 12 hours per day; school-aged children get at least 10 hours of sleep; teens sleep nine to 10 hours; and adults get seven to eight hours of restful, restorative sleep.

If your child’s mattress is uncomfortable, he or she could be spending a lot of time lying awake. Watch out for daytime sleepiness, poor attention span, declining grades, forgetfulness, and irritability. These are all indicators that your child can benefit from a new mattress.

Take advantage of our HUGE savings today

The end of the summer is a very busy time here at Wildcat Mattress. To avoid missing out on this incredible back to school savings offer, call us today at 888.492.6079 to reserve your bundle before our inventory is completely sold out.

Remember that free delivery is included with our $399 bundle of a mattress plus foundation. Download your mattress coupon here!

Resources:

  1. Science Daily, Better Sleep Is Associated With Improved Academic Success, https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/06/090610091232.htm
  2. National Institutes of Health, How Much Sleep Is Enough? http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health/health-topics/topics/sdd/howmuch
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