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Your mattress and pillow may be keeping you up at night

Millions of Americans experience trouble falling asleep at night, and many of them may not know what is causing this unrest. These individuals should take a melatonin supplement to help them get a good night's sleep, since insufficient rest can make it difficult to function throughout the day. Recently, The National Sleep Foundation conducted a survey to determine what keeps people awake long after the sun has gone down.

The organization found that more than nine out of 10 of respondents said that their mattress made a large impact on whether they had a good night's sleep. Some common complaints about mattresses were that they sag in the middle or on the edges, or are not big enough for the respondent and his or her partner.

Other factors that played a role in a person's ability to fall asleep were bedroom temperature, partner snoring and uncomfortable pillows.

These findings suggest that an individual's sleep environment and bedding play a large role in their ability to get rest at night. People who experience insomnia should consider getting a new mattress or pillows, and taking a melatonin supplement. According to WebMD, melatonin controls the body's sleep and wakefulness cycles, but melatonin production in the brain can be disrupted by things like jet lag. This is why many individuals take melatonin supplements to help regulate their sleep patterns.




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