Improve sleep quality by going for the bed that feels right

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A guest room at Bellevue Hotel in Bohol. Experts suggest that when buying beds, it's important to try out each one and choose the one that feels right. Photo courtesy of Bellevue Hotel.

“Waking up on the wrong side of the bed” could mean several things, one of that being you’re sleeping on a mattress that isn’t right for you.

Sometimes it could be the pillows. They could be too hard, too soft or too lumpy. Or for some people, it could be the thread count of your pillow cases and sheets. Or you could simply be suffering from a sleep disorder.

Whether you are  sleeping in your own bed or a hotel room, you’re always looking for a good night’s sleep.

Sleeping is as important as eating. It is essential for your overall health and wellbeing.

A night’s sleep is divided into five stages, which are defined by types of brain waves that reflect lighter or deeper sleep. Rapid eye movement or REM happens toward morning. This is when dreaming occurs.

The National Sleep Foundation recently released the key indicators of good sleep quality. These indicators were established by a panel of experts.

These indicators include:

  • Sleeping more time while in bed (at least 85 percent of the total time)
  • Falling asleep in 30 minutes or less
  • Waking up no more than once per night; and
  • Being awake for 20 minutes or less after initially falling asleep.

To learn more about the results of the report, visit  sleephealthjournal.org.

Where you lie is an important factor in the quality of your sleep. Improving your sleep environment will help you achieve a good night’s sleep. you may need to experiment Waking up with a sore back and/or stiff neck may mean you need to change your mattress. In choosing the right mattress, experts suggest going for what feels right more than brand or type. The right mattress is one that doesn’t cause any aches and pains.

The Bellevue Hotels and Resorts believes that a good night’s sleep is part of a good and unforgettable hotel stay. Thus, the group launched its Blissful Bed concept for its guests enjoy the finest service and amenities.

Bellevue’s guest-centric approach to Filipino hospitality is embedded in its properties such as The Bellevue Manila, The Bellevue Resort Bohol, B Hotel Alabang, and B Hotel Quezon City.

The Bellevue Hotels and Resorts endeavors to deliver the utmost hotel experience by providing the finest service and amenities for a worthwhile and luxurious stay.

“Guest satisfaction is the new business entity,” said Patrick Chan, one of the Managing Directors of The Bellevue Hotels and Resorts.

Taking quality and guests’ comfort in mind, the hotel group sourced the properties’ bedding staples from the Pacific Coast Feather Company, a US-based premium bedding solutions provider, setting a new gold standard in elevating the hotel experience in the country.

Using only the finest duck down and down feathers, the ADFC certified beddings of the Bellevue properties—soft and fluffy pillows, cozy and feathery mattresses and smooth, puffy duvets bring guests a sense of comfort while they sleep.

Pacific Coast is one of the top brands of down and feather bedding in the United States. It has been creating premium down and feather beddings for over 125 years. Pacific Coast is positioned in the marketplace as the only dedicated down and feather brand. Pacific Coast is the premier resource for high quality, luxury bedding: down comforters, bed protectors, feather pillows, goose down pillows, duvet covers, body pillows, feather beds, shams, and more.