Sleep Tips Web Site SleepBetter.org to Release “My Sleepy Valentine Survey”
(Richmond, Va.) — Has Valentine’s Day become “just another day” for work-stressed Americans? What do men and women value more, good sex or a good night’s sleep? Those are just a couple of the questions that will be answered by the My Sleepy Valentine Survey by SleepBetter.org, to be released soon at sleep advice web site SleepBetter.org.
The My Sleepy Valentine Survey by SleepBetter.org polled American couples on topics related to Valentine’s Day, relationships and sleep, including whether “sleep” really does (wink, wink) mean “sleep”.
“We wanted to find out what couples think about how Valentine’s Day fits into their real lives,” said Dan Schecter, vice president of consumer products at Carpenter Co., and creator of SleepBetter.org. “We think the results will be real eye-openers.”
Arriving just a few weeks after the major holiday season, Valentine’s Day comes at a time when many of us are under pressure to buckle down at work. Added stress at work frequently leads to poor sleeping habits, which can eventually cause problems in a relationship. SleepBetter.org offers the following tips to help busy Americans keep their sleep patterns and their love lives on track by the time Valentine’s Day gets here:
- Make sure you are getting enough sleep to feel rested after you wake up. If this means you need to go to bed earlier, then try to find a way to go to bed earlier.
- Schedule your errands or other chores on your day off, particularly if doing them after work will keep you from getting a full night’s sleep.
- Don’t expect to catch up on sleep during your days off. Oversleeping on your day off can make your sleep deprivation problem worse, not better.
About Carpenter Co. / SleepBetter.org
SleepBetter.org is dedicated to helping people sleep better. Designed as an online resource, the web site creates a forum for visitors to define, discuss, and discover solutions to their particular sleep needs. SleepBetter.org’s quest is to continually gather pertinent sleep information, then share this knowledge with the general public. The site also shares tips on the best sleep related products, both in stores and online. SleepBetter.org has created the Sleep Better seal as a way to easily identify products recommended for their superior quality or scientifically based design. Created by Carpenter Co., the world’s largest producer of comfort cushioning products, SleepBetter.org provides information and advice that visitors can use to sleep better. For more information, please visit http://SleepBetter.org.