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Sleep Health Tips for Dad

Sleep Health Tips for Dad

Dads are just as sleep-deprived as mums. New and seasoned Dads need to prioritize sleeping more so they can sleep better.

So, what does it mean to sleep better? To sleep better means:

  • To reduce neck, shoulder and back pain
  • To sleep uninterrupted
  • To wake up refreshed

Here are our top tips to help Dads create healthier sleep habits so they can sleep better.


Don’t accept pain

Neck, shoulder, and back pain is one of the main reasons Dad’s lose much-needed sleep.

One of the best ways to help reduce pain is to invest in a mattress and pillow that supports your body. Around 20% of Canadian adults report pain disrupts their sleep.

You deserve to join the 80% of Canadians who are sleeping pain-free.

You might sleep on your back. Or maybe you are a side or stomach sleeper, or all of the above?

It’s doesn't matter which type of sleeper you are; your body needs to be supported throughout the night.

Our Puffy Lux mattress is luxurious and designed for enhanced spinal support.


Control the heat!

While you sleep that is. Overheating during the night is also a very common reason why Dads experience interrupted sleep. Turning on the heat or air conditioning is not the solution.

Sleeping on Climate Comfort™ technology is. Body temperature fluctuates throughout the night. Puffy Mattresses and Comforters are designed to adjust to the body, keeping Dads cool in Summer and warm in Winter.


Wake up like new

Waking up refreshed and ready for each and every day is what all Dad’s aim for.

But how is that possible?

Well, it takes having a look at overall health as well as the quality of your bed.

Common reasons why some men feel more tired in the morning include:

  • Excessive drinking
  • Consuming too much sugar or caffeine
  • Not sleeping at least 7 hours consistently
  • Smoking
  • Exercising right before bed

Sleep health is real! Focusing on how we sleep is just as important as diet and exercise.


You deserve it!

So Dads, or children of Dads - sleep better this Father's Day. And every day after that.