In the fast-paced working society we live in today, it’s increasingly difficult to keep our minds clear and free from intrusive thoughts such as stress from school, work, and even our relationships. At times like these, schools and businesses have been restricted by the global pandemic to work remotely from the comfort of their bedrooms, and this has most definitely impacted their quality of sleep in one way or another.
While a quick Google search tells us what we already know about getting quality sleep, we’ll be diving deeper into another less explored factor that is surely overlooked by many who wish they wake up the next morning feeling refreshed and ready to take on the day.
Don’t get me wrong though, our sleeping habits, lifestyle, and diet do still matter very much when it comes to our sleep quality, but let’s not forget about the bed that we’re sleeping on. Just think about it — Imagine coming back to a room cluttered with books and newspapers laying around the floor, with the shirt and pants that you wore last week resting on the edge of the bed, will you still have peace of mind sleeping?
Studies found that over just one week, pillowcases contain 17 thousand times more germs than the average toilet seat. Although this does not directly tell us much about our beds, it surely suggests the capability of our mattresses being super-breeders of germs, dust mites, and other bacteria!
With that in mind, you may want to reconsider immediately sleeping on your bed when you get home, and add ‘Mattress Cleaning’ to the list of to-do things before the night ends.
A cleaner mattress will help you to sleep better at night. This is because you’re effectively ridding the germs, dust, dead skin flakes, dust mites, and other microorganisms that are unhygienic and may trigger allergies. More than this, you can have peace of mind knowing you sleep on a clean bed.
If you’re not confident that Doing-It-Yourself is good enough to give your mattress a thorough clean, get in contact with us and let us grant you peace of mind the next time you sleep in a bed!