25 Feb New Study Shows Sleeping With Pets Can Improve Your Sleep Quality
New Giant Mattress is 12 Feet Across, Perfect for All Pets and Their Humans
According to new research by the Mayo Clinic, snuggling with your pup all night might improve the quality of your sleep. I couldn’ve told them that! I’ve slept with my dogs since my first canine family member, Siesta, came into my life when I was five-years-old. That ugly looking chihuahua mix lulled me to sleep with her snores and kept me warm on cold nights throughout my childhood. Today, my beautiful Australian Shepherd Seven sleeps in bed with me.
The study included 40 adults with no known sleep issues, and their dogs, six months and older. Each person and their dog were affixed with an accelerometer which measured sleep time and sleep efficiency in both participants.
“Today, many pet owners are away from their pets for much of the day, so they want to maximize their time with them when they are home,” said sleep center specialist and study co-author Dr. Lois Krahn, M.D. in a Mayo Clinic statement. “Having them in the bedroom at night is an easy way to do that. And, now, pet owners can find comfort knowing it won’t negatively impact their sleep.”
The Ace Collection makes sleeping with your pets a breeze with a giant mattress and bed frame that spans 12 feet across. The Ace family size mattress was made when a client wanted a bed big enough for her children to cuddle in while reading a bedtime story. But all I see is more space for my four-legged family members.
The Ace mattress comes in three giant sizes: the Ace Size, Ace Player Size, and the Ace Family Size with prices ranging from $2,250-$4, 054 depending on size and firmness. They also sell hypoallergenic 200-250 thread count bedding, from flat sheets to pillow cases to duvets, in order to fit their extra-wide beds. Woof!!!