Long Days and Sleepless Nights Behind TIFF's Velvet Ropes ...

TORONTO

If you can survive the first 48 hours, you will be just fine.

Downtown Toronto literally turns into a Hollywood war zone for 10 days as the Toronto International Film Festival unfolds each year, with shutterbugs and autograph seekers lining the streets.

This is my second year covering the festival, and even seasoned veterans who have covered it for decades will tell you it's no cakewalk.

In fact, it's downright exhausting.

But most of the chaos tends to take place within the first weekend, so without further ado: my first 48 hours of TIFF.

My first red carpet was at The Big Chill Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Princess of Wales - the opening night of TIFF. It might have been the most relaxed red carpet I've covered to date.

The carpet "locks" 15 minutes before the talent arrives, meaning you can't leave the venue - or your numbered spot on the carpet, for that matter. At a big premiere, there are usually more numbered spots than space to fit people, so often you're crammed elbow-to-elbow with the guy next to you. But at The Big Chill, there was space to stretch out.

The stars were in good spirits and took their time with us, answering questions about the 30th anniversary of the cult classic.

I remember seeing action hero Tom Berenger walking towards me, and all I could think was, Oh god, Sniper is coming this way.

And he was gracious and thoughtful when asked whether The Big Chill still holds up today.

"You could do the same movie today with different cast of this generation and different dialogue and it'd be the same thing," he said.

During carpets or events, the Sun TIFF team is constantly updating blogs and tweeting, snapping photos and so forth. We're filing stories as they happen. It's hectic.

Around 10 p.m., photographer Jack Boland and I head to The Drake Hote for their Down the Line TIFF party, celebrating London's rock and mod music scene from the 1970s.

It's truly a place for scenesters. Beautiful women wearing Jackie-O inspired dresses made out of knitted VHS tape are wandering around while upstairs, 15 people have agreed to get an impromptu tattoo. Yes, that's permanent.

Alas, no celebrities in sight when we were there.

However, Drake publicist Lindsey Cepek mentioned Benedict Cumberbatch was scheduled to do his press interviews at the venue later in the week. Friday Night Lights' Taylor Kitsch was seen hanging out at the Drake Friday night and Donald Sutherland was eating a lumberjack breakfast there Saturday morning.

On Friday afternoon, I head back to the Princess of Wales Theatre for the big premiere of the 12 Years a Slave. Cumberbatch and Paul Giamatti are both supposed to be there, but the big draw is Brad Pitt.

And he did not disappoint, even rocking a ponytail. He spoke to us at length about human trafficking, even though the screening was already running late and we were the end-of-the-line print journalists. Class act all the way.

The plan for Friday night was to cover two parties - Mongrel's exclusive bash at the Don Valley Evergreen Brick Works and Nikki Beach at the Spoke Club on King St. W., where it was confirmed Arrested Development's Jason Bateman was hanging out earlier in the evening.

I pull up to the Brick Works in style where the party is separated into different areas, including a (gasp!) free massage room, games room complete with vintage Pac-Man arcade games, foosball and ping-pong. There's an open space for bands to play and another area with a smorgasbord of food.

I always judge a party by the food. And there was no shortage of it - industry people lined up for gourmet burgers, hot dogs, perogies and doughnuts.

I think I may have seen Canadian screenwriter/producer Paul Haggis schmoozing with folks.

I head back downtown around midnight and re-caffeinate myself at a Tim Horton's. You know you're getting old, when you start repeating this out loud:

Must...go...party...must...go...party...zzzz...

But my memory foam pillow must wait.

I grab my comrade Victoria Ptashnick and we are welcomed past the red velvet rope, up to the fourth floor of the Spoke Club on King St. W., near Portland St.

Let's put it this way: I am a flats chick; heels is not part of my usual wardrobe. I don't really wear make-up. This is not my scene, but I figure, never been to TIFF club shindig. Why not, right?

The place was rammed with size 0 women admiring each other, heavily hair-gelled men and was exactly what I imagined such a party would entail. We didn't stay very long, but for those into that scene - this probably would have been a great bash for them.

Clive Owen - who is here promoting Blood Ties and Words and Pictures - was seen chatting with friends on the rooftop.

I arrive home, TIFFed out.

Toronto Sun City Editor Jonathan Kingstone, when he heard I was working all weekend, suggested, "Get some sleep."

Two days into the festival, I think he just might be on to something.

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There's a certain perceived glitz and glamour that's engrained with one of the biggest film festivals in the world, but there's also a seedy underbelly side of it as well.

Outside the Ritz-Carlton hotel, two local documentary filmmakers are waiting for celebs to come out of the hotel. They describe a group of people called, "Hounds" - people that carry binders of 8×10 glossies of different stars they know will likely walk the red carpet.

"It's a business to them," Sheldon Ludwig, 24, said. "They push to the front for autographs and then sell them after."

Ludwig along with his brother, Brandon, 25, said such "Hounds" are distinguishable and tend to hang out in packs. They often wait in cars across the street of hotels where celebrities are known to stay.

Several of them were seen at The Fifth Estate gala, waving pictures of Benedict Cumberbatch for the British actor to sign.

Once they have an autograph, they will sell the photos on eBay or other websites.

"They're not fans and they give a bad name to fans," Ludwig said.

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We've covered the 7 best cooling toppers and what to look for when choosing the one that fits your needs. If you are still on the fence, I encourage you to try the one you feel ticks the most boxes for you and take advantage of the money-back guarantee and sleep-trials available. With so many products on the market when it comes to improving sleep quality, companies are taking note that buying these products online can be difficult and you may not always be 100% happy with your choice. So buy it - try it is my motto and rest comfortably in the knowledge that you can always try a different product if needed.1. Homosexuals, please vote in this poll:?I am a bisexual woman...but I've been known to bite my fair share (and your fair share, and his fair share) of pillows. Synthetic is best. Down gets stuck in your teeth, and memory foam is too easy to bite through.2. How do i fix my sagging memory foam mattress?Yeah that will help temporarily
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Yeah that will help temporarily1. Is there anything that your Tempurpedic® Memory Foam Mattress would like to forget?Yeah the salesperson said NOTHING about that mattress remembering every single fart I would ever cut for the rest of my life2. Where can I buy baby memory foam pillow-mitten?do not use memeroty foam! in the bassinett, just use the bottom. any type of... ANYTHING in the bassinet is a safety hazard... suffocation, for example. having nothing but the baby in there reduces the SIDS risk and suffocation. yes, they need a hard surface. dont give your child any type of pillow until s/he is at least 3 years old3. for crying out load..someone help...need recommendations..memory foam mattress topper and pillow-tempsoma???The reason you are seeing conflicting reviews is because mattresses are a very personal decision. People are very different in build and sleep preferences so I recommend that you just go and start laying on all sorts on beds. Mattresses stores always welcome this level of "intimacy" and usually will leave you to wonder on your own so you do not feel awkward. Just go test one and see if you like it, then you will know4. Families coated in tiny glass fibers after removing cover on memory foam mattressesMichelle Cantrell, of Austin, Texas, unzipped the cover on her daughter's 7-year-old memory foam mattress to wash it and noticed a tear in the cover. She did not think anything of it until several days later when she started itching after putting on a shirt that had been washed with the cover. She turned the shirt inside out and shined a light on the fabric, "just to see if I could see anything," she told Texoma's Homepage. "You could see all the shards of fiberglass just sticking up like knives." She realized it came from the mattress pad. The Cantrells bought their mattress from Canada-based DHP Furniture through Amazon. "In order for us to meet U.S. federal mattress flammability standards, many memory foam mattresses are constructed with a fire retardant knit fabric barrier that includes glass fiber threads," a company spokesperson said. The fibers are concealed under the quilting of the mattress cover on memory foam mattresses and serve as a fire barrier. The Cantrells hired a decontamination team to clean up the prickly fibers that had settled throughout their house. After six visits, the family still spots a fiber sparkling in the light, causing them to itch or cough. Cantrell also had to throw out all the pillows and blankets and nearly half of her clothes because she just could not get the fibers out of the fabric. What Cantrell cannot understand is why there was no warning label on the mattress. Oddly, Cantrell is not the only person who has been pricked by glass fibers after removing the covering of a memory foam mattress. Brittney Rodriguez of San Antonio said she followed the care instructions on her 7-year-old mattress, which said, "To Clean Mattress Outer Cover: Machine wash cold in mild detergent. Gentle spin cycle. Dry on gentle air cycle. DO NOT BLEACH, DO NOT DRY CLEAN." But after following the instructions, glass fibers suddenly coated her entire apartment. "This stuff gets up your nose, your eyes, and everywhere and it's hard," said Brittney's mother, Maria Astolfo. She called for an estimate to clean up the near-invisible mess and was told it would cost more than $4,000. Like Cantrell, many of Astolfo and Rodriguez's possessions were unsalvageable. "I am frustrated at this point, I am exhausted," Rodriguez told KUTV. Astolfo purchased her daughter's mattress from Walmart and got the name of the mattress manufacturer. The company agreed to refund the full $309 purchase price and are awaiting a separate estimate for cleaning the family's apartment. According to Texoma's, the Consumer Product Safety Commission is not aware of any health risks associated with fiberglass in memory foam mattresses or mattress covers. But Amazon reviews show that the problem is not an isolated incident. Beasley Allen is not currently accepting claims related to this consumer product.5. Where can I buy a QUEEN MATTRESS MEMORY FOAM SOFT 6 INCHES?I purchased one at walmarts, less than $ 300. it was the 6 inch one. It has been several years ago, and i did give it to my mom. But it sure was comfortable when i used it. If not there check with Sam's or Costco, ask around with ur friends to see who has a card, and can get u in. Sam's is running a promotion right now trying to build up business
Best Mattresses From Canada Reviews and Buyer's Guide (2021)
Below, we share everything sleepers need to consider when buying a new mattress in Canada. In recent years, 'bed in a box' mattress brands have taken the sleep industry by storm. These companies primarily sell their products online and typically price their beds lower than models sold by companies with brick-and-mortar stores. The majority of 'bed in a box' brands also offer free shipping for customers in the U.S., but in most cases this gratuity is not extended to shoppers across the border in Canada. However, Canadian mattress buyers can choose from a handful of reputable mattress brands that manufacture their models in Canada and offer free or low-cost shipping within the country. They may also select a mattress from one of the U.S. brands that offers free shipping to Canada. How to Buy a Mattress in Canada Buying a mattress is a step-by-step process no matter where you live. In Canada, customers should complete the following four steps when shopping for a new mattress and comparing different models. The vast majority of mattresses sold today cost at least $400 - and many cost $1,000 or more in Queen and King sizes. For most shoppers, these figures represent a significant financial investment. This is why calculating your mattress budget is an important first step. Be sure to take the following into account when calculating a mattress budget: None The cost of the mattress model in the size you need. Most adults require a Full-size mattress or larger, and couples should consider Queen, King, or California King sizes. Keep in mind that U.S. mattress brands list their model prices in U.S. dollars; you can convert the currency to Canadian dollars using None Taxes. The sales tax for goods purchased in Canada varies by province, but most mattress brands charge a flat 5% sales tax for online orders. U.S. mattress brands may charge sales tax, as well. The applied taxes typically show up during order checkout. None Shipping costs. Some mattress brands utilize ground couriers for deliveries and offer free shipping for all orders in Canada. Others employ their own couriers who assemble the mattress in the customer's residence; this service, known as 'White Glove delivery,' may be free-of-charge or incur a fee, depending on the company. Saatva includes White Glove delivery to most Canadian residences for free with both the Some mattress brands utilize ground couriers for deliveries and offer free shipping for all orders in Canada. Others employ their own couriers who assemble the mattress in the customer's residence; this service, known as 'White Glove delivery,' may be free-of-charge or incur a fee, depending on the company. Saatva includes White Glove delivery to most Canadian residences for free with both the Saatva and Zenhaven mattresses, our Best Value and Best Luxury picks. None Return fees. Many online mattress brands offer free returns; they will either pick up the mattress from the customer's home or mail a prepaid shipping label to the customer. In some cases, customers must cover shipping and handling fees for mattress returns. None Additional bedding. If you are purchasing a mattress that is smaller or larger than your current bed, then be sure to include new sheets and/or blankets in your budget. It's important to note that many mattress manufacturers offer monthly financing, which enables customers to pay for their mattress in monthly installments over a longer period. This may be the best option for purchasers who do not have enough cash on hand to pay for their mattress in a lump sum. In most cases, monthly financing is offered interest-free - but be sure to read the fine print just in case. Due to the wide range of mattresses sold today, it may be easiest to research models based on mattress type, rather than by brand. Although each model is inherently different, mattresses generally fall into one of the following categories: Below we provide an overview of each of these mattress types, including their pros and cons. Foam mattresses are made entirely of foam, including at least one support layer of high-density polyfoam, topped with one or more layers of polyfoam, memory foam, or latex foam. These mattresses are known for their characteristic pressure-relieving "hug." All foam mattresses often feel like you are sleeping "in" the mattress, as opposed to "on," but as with any mattress build, foam beds come in a large variety of firmness options, so the sinking in vs. floating on top. Can have a tendency to trap heat May not be sufficiently responsive for sex Latex mattresses feature a support layer of either high-density latex or polyfoam, topped by at least one layer of latex. Latex mattresses can be made from Dunlop or Talalay foams. Dunlop latex has a denser feel, and is often used in the support layers. Talalay latex has a lighter, fluffier feel more suitable for comfort layers. Latex mattresses are advertised as natural or synthetic, depending on the amount of organic latex they contain. Natural latex mattresses contain 95% organic latex or more. These are typically higher-quality, and boast the longest lifespans of all latex mattresses, due to being made from all organic materials. However, they also tend to be more expensive. Blended latex mattresses contain at least 30% organic latex, while synthetic latex mattresses are made entirely from synthetic latex foams. The less organic latex a mattress contains, the less expensive it will be. More expensive price range ($1,800 to $2,150 for a Queen) Innerspring mattresses use steel innerspring coils in the support core, with an additional base layer of high-density foam. For their comfort layers, these mattresses have at least one layer of foam. They may also include a layer of minicoils, as our Best Value pick, the Saatva mattress, does. Shorter-than-average lifespan, can be prone to sagging Hybrid mattresses essentially combine the standout qualities of foam and innerspring mattresses. Their support core is comprised of individually pocketed steel coils, sandwiched on all sides by a base layer and strong perimeter of high-density polyfoam. The comfort layers include at least two inches of memory foam and/or latex. Hybrid mattresses offer more conforming than an innerspring bed, while sleeping cooler than an all-foam mattress. Airbeds use air as their support system, with at least two adjustable air chambers topped by one or two thin comfort layers of foam. The appeal of airbeds is their adjustable firmness. Sleepers can adjust the firmness of the bed to their exact preference, by using manual hand crank or a remote control. Higher durability and longer lifespans, especially with regular parts replacement1. How do I decide which Memory Foam Mattress Topper is Best? 1.5 in, 2in, 3 in 4 in?I myself wouldnt mess with anything less then 2 inches thick. The thickness, will not make it necessarily more dense or softer. That is decided by the density of the foam itself. A topper is only as good as the mattress sits on as well. If the mattress is shot, the topper isnt going to be able to provide much relief. In most cases, its better to have a true memory foam mattress.2. Has anyone bought a mattress from Walmart? Bed in a box? Memory Foam?my mom just bought one a few months ago and she's never been happier. it's a really good deal. and if feels AMAZING on your back when you go to sleep. Also, it has not torn,ripped, or done anything. it holds up pretty fine if you ask me. good luck.3. Is sleeping on a memory foam mattress topper directly on the floor do-able?A four or five inch topper should be fine. If it feels too hard just put a roll out camping pad under it. When I go camping it takes a few days but then I am used to just the thin pad. Plus side- it will never develop a big dent or dip in the middle and you will have plenty of back support. I would recommend building some sort of base though to get it off the floor a bit
Shop Memory Foam Pillow Online at Best Price - Springwel Mattress
Springwel's memory foam pillow is a comfortable orthopedic pillow which helps in posture correction and spine alignment. This orthopedic pillow comes with a washable cover in regular size and can be used on either sidesBest Memory Foam PillowWhat is the best pillow for a good night's rest? For some sleepers, the answer is a memory foam pillow because it can provide a blend of pressure relief, support, and softness to help a sleeper achieve better rest. In this guide, we cover the types of memory foam pillows, pillow sizes, and pillow lofts available. We go over the pros and cons of memory foam, the expected price and lifespan of a memory foam pillow, and which sleeping styles best benefit from using a memory foam pillow. We designed the Zoma Pillow to not only be comfortable but moldable. The shredded foam and polyester MicroCushions inside the pillow let you shape and fluff the pillow to your liking. Our MicroCushions fill the pillow by the hundreds and keep you cool by dissipating heat. The hypoallergenic MicroCushions naturally resists bacteria and dust mites. A queen-size Zoma Pillow is 16 inches by 27 inches and 6 inches high. The pillow can fit comfortably on most mattresses. The pillow comes with a machine washable cover made from 97 percent polyester and 3 percent spandex. The breathable, stretchy knit lets air flow in and out. Our Zoma Pillow is also machine washable. We advise washing the pillow core on a delicate cycle with mild detergent every six to twelve months, then dry it on low heat. You can get a queen-size Zoma Pillow for $75 with free shipping. The Zoma Pillow also comes with a 10-year warranty to cover repairs or replacement. Memory foam is created by adding materials to polyurethane to make it more viscous and elastic. This means memory foam contours to the body when a sleeper lies down, but quickly reverts to its original shape when the sleeper gets up and leaves the bed. Memory foam's ability to shape itself around the sleeper makes it one of the best materials to alleviate pressure and pain. While a memory foam mattress is the best way to relieve pressure points, a memory foam pillow can provide further support and relief for your head and neck. There's not just one shape when it comes to a memory foam pillow. While there is the traditional solid rectangle available, you can find a variety of other pillow shapes and lengths. A solid memory foam pillow comes in different thicknesses to better suit various sleepers. A one-piece memory foam pillow requires little maintenance- just the occasional spot-cleaning and regular vacuuming. It has a shorter expected lifespan than a shredded memory foam pillow. Instead of one solid block of memory foam, numerous pieces of memory foam fill a pillow for better customization. You can add or take away from the fill to change the pillow's loft and firmness. The broken-up pieces mean more air can flow through, keeping the pillow cool throughout the night. A shredded foam pillow can require frequent fluffing, like you would with a feather pillow. Unlike a solid memory foam pillow, many shredded pillows can be machine washed. A contour pillow supports the neck's muscles while you sleep. The pillow has two raised ends, one higher than the other, to let you choose which side provides better neck support. The head rests in the dip between the pillow's two slopes. While we recommend contour memory foam pillows for side and back sleepers, stomach sleepers should not use one. A stomach sleeper may aggravate their neck by resting on a contour pillow. A wedge memory foam pillow has a triangular shape made to elevate your head while you sleep. Wedge pillows can help with a few different health issues. A wedge pillow can help control acid reflux or snoring when used as a head pillow. For acid reflux, raising the head, neck, and shoulders helps keep stomach contents in place. For snoring, elevating the head prevents the throat's soft tissue from blocking the airway. If you have lower back pain, a wedge pillow can help if you place it underneath your knees, with the crook of your knees resting on the pillow's right angle. This takes the pressure off the lower back area. A body pillow is large, typically 20 inches wide and 48 to 54 inches long. Twin-bed sleepers may feel cramped with a body pillow, but it should comfortably fit on a full-size mattress or larger. Many side sleepers benefit from sleeping with a body pillow, as hugging a body pillow can prevent tossing and turning. A body pillow can also help a sleeper make the change to side sleeping. Like any material, memory foam has its pros and its cons. It's one of the best materials for pressure and pain relief, but that might not be what a sleeper most needs from their pillow. One of the biggest appeals of memory foam is its pressure and pain relief. If you wake up with neck pain or headaches, a memory foam pillow can help you get a painless night of sleep. If you need silence to sleep, memory foam is one of the quietest bedding materials. It remains completely silent when you move, unlike a buckwheat or feather pillow. Memory foam is one of the more versatile pillow fills on the market. Memory foam pillows are typically one solid piece of foam in varying thicknesses and firmnesses, or full of adjustable, shredded foam. A memory foam pillow is easy to find- you can order one online or find one in the bedding aisle of most department stores. The main downfall of traditional memory foam is how it can absorb too much body heat, disturbing sleep. Many brands solve this problem by adding cooling gels to the foam mix, creating gel memory foam. Others mix in graphite, charcoal, or copper for a similar effect. A memory foam pillow can lack durability, but this mostly applies to a one-piece design. A shredded foam fill lasts about three or four years. Many sleepers notice an unpleasant smell when first opening their memory foam pillow. This smell results from a process known as "off-gassing" and occurs when organic compounds in the pillow break down at room temperature. The smell should dissipate within a few weeks at most. A memory foam pillow may not be for everyone; it depends on your preferences, sleeping position, and budget. However, a memory foam pillow can help others achieve a better night of sleep. Side sleepers need a mix of support and pressure relief. A high-loft, firm memory foam pillow can keep the neck aligned while soothing pressure points. And a knee or leg pillow can keep the hips aligned during the night. Side sleepers spend the night with part of their face pressed into their pillow. We recommend a cooling pillow with a breathable cover to prevent heat retention. A shredded memory foam pillow is a good way for a back sleeper to find their perfect loft and firmness without having to try out numerous pillows. A back sleeper who snores or has acid reflux can alleviate their symptoms with a wedge foam pillow. A memory foam pillow can prevent and alleviate allergy or asthma symptoms. The dense structure of memory foam works to keep out allergens and pests such as dust mites and bed bugs. Dust mites, in particular, can worsen allergy symptoms. A memory foam pillow is a good choice for any sleeper with a natural fiber, feather, or latex allergy. According to Sleep Like The Dead, a quality memory foam pillow should last longer than other hypoallergenic fills such as polyester or down alternatives. You can use a mite-proof cover on your pillow to further prevent an allergen invasion. Washing your bedding every week can help, too, especially if you wash it in hot water to kill any lingering germs or dust mites. If you've woken up with a sore or stiff neck, a new memory foam pillow can be just what you need for a better night of rest. A traditional rectangular pillow can mold itself to your head and neck for relief. A contour pillow, however, can help you wake up pain-free by offering separate support for your neck and head. We recommend staying away from a high-loft or stiff pillow if you experience frequent neck pain. A pillow that's too high or stiff keeps your neck flexed throughout the night. You can find memory foam pillows in a few different sizes, as shown below. Most mattresses can accommodate a standard, super standard, or queen size pillow. When we talk of pillow loft, we are referring to the pillow's height or thickness. Pillows come in low loft, medium loft, and high loft. The right pillow for you promotes a healthy spine by keeping your head and neck aligned. Your sleeping position and type of mattress can help you figure out what your ideal loft is. Each sleep position works best with a different loft, as the height needed to keep the neck and head aligned changes with your body's position. A side sleeper often gets their best sleep on a pillow with a higher loft, between 4 to 6 inches. We recommend side sleepers shop for a firm pillow, rather than a plush pillow that might let their head sink in too deep. Back sleepers sleep best on a memory foam pillow that falls in the middle when it comes to loft and firmness. We do not recommend stomach sleeping, as it can cause or aggravate health concerns such as back pain, neck pain, and restless sleeping. We advise stomach sleepers try side sleeping or back sleeping instead. However, those who choose to continue stomach sleeping should look for a low-loft pillow or skip the head pillow entirely. Instead, we recommend using a pillow underneath the abdomen to better keep the spine aligned. A memory foam mattress or latex mattress molds to your body, leaving less space between your neck and the mattress. So if you sleep on a foam bed, a lower loft pillow keeps your neck properly aligned with the rest of your spine. If your bed is an innerspring mattress or a hybrid, you wo not sink in as deeply as you would on a foam bed. This creates more space between your neck and the mattress, requiring a higher loft to provide enough support. How Much Should a Memory Foam Pillow Cost? Many memory foam pillows fall into the $30 to $75 range, although a few cost more than $100. Extra features such as cooling gels and adjustable loft can increase the price. Memory foam pillows typically rest in the middle when it comes to pillow prices. Often, a memory foam pillow costs less than a natural fill such as down or buckwheat, and more than a synthetic fill such as down alternative or polyester. For a queen-size pillow, we recommend a budget between $50 to $80. A lower-cost memory foam pillow is unlikely to give you several years of use. How Long Should a Memory Foam Pillow Last? You can expect about three to four years of use from a pillow with memory foam filling. We recommend keeping the pillow receipt in a safe place so you will know exactly when you bought it. This may seem like a short amount of time, but pillows need regular replacing because they absorb dead skin, hair, and sweat. These s inevitably attract dust mites, a microscopic pest many people are allergic to. The weight of your head flattens your pillow over time, causing it to provide less support. A shredded memory foam pillow tends to last longer than a one-piece pillow since you can fluff it up to keep it in shape. So how do you know when your memory foam pillow needs replacing? If any of the below describes your pillow, it's probably time to shop around for a new one: Your pillow has developed lumps or is otherwise losing its shape Your pillow has stains that wo not wash out You wake up with neck or shoulder pain You wake up with headaches or have more headaches than normal You see an increase in allergy symptoms after you've slept To better protect your memory foam pillow, we recommend a pillow cover or protector. Some pillows come with a cover, but if not you may want to take the time to purchase one. A removable cover is easy to wash, and using one can help you get the most out of your pillow. Wash any pillowcases and pillow covers once a week with your other bedding. A solid memory foam pillow should be spot cleaned on a regular basis, ideally about every once every one to two months and at least every six months. Clean your pillow if you've recently spilled something on it or if you've just recovered from an illness. Do not put your one-piece memory foam pillow in the washer or dryer, as the agitator may break the foam apart. Instead, gently clean it by hand and allow the pillow to air dry. Make sure it's completely dry before you pull the cover and pillowcase back on. To freshen up a one-piece memory foam pillow, sprinkle baking soda on it and give it some sunlight for a couple of hours. Then vacuum the pillow, flip it and repeat the process. Vacuuming your pillow regularly can keep it free of dead skin and allergens. Because a shredded memory foam pillow is already in pieces, it typically can go into a washer and dryer. Read any included care instructions for the recommended water temperature and wash cycle. Fluff a shredded memory foam pillow regularly to help it keep its shape. You can fluff a pillow manually with your hands or by running it in the dryer for a few minutes. Sleeping on the Right Mattress Even the perfect pillow for you can only do so much when it comes to getting a good night's sleep. To get the most out of your bed, sleep on the best mattress for you. Just as the right pillow works to keep your spine happy by keeping your neck and head supported, the right mattress maintains a healthy spinal alignment. You do not have to overspend to find a top-rated mattress, either. It's possible to find a great mattress for under $1000. Not every pillow comes with a sleep trial, warranty, or return policy. Warranties are far more common than return policies; it's common for a pillow to be a final-sale item. We advise always shopping for a pillow with a warranty to protect your investment. A sleep trial is the time period you have to try out a new pillow. Not every pillow comes with one, particularly the more inexpensive ones. Some pillow sleep trials last about a month, while others extend to between 90 to 120 days. Warranties provide security for the customer, assuring them the pillow they are buying is a quality product. Memory foam pillow warranties often include tears, rips, or splits in the foam extending beyond normal usage. If the pillow comes with a cover, the warranty may only protect the pillow and not any damage to the cover's fabric or zipper. Many memory foam pillows need to be replaced every two or three years, although a high-quality pillow may last you about five years. A good warranty will cover at least three years. We strongly advise against buying a pillow that does not have an attached warranty. Warranties are a measure of the company's faith, so what does it say if the company does not include a warranty? A return policy outlines how you process a return, the time period in which you can make a return, and for what reasons you can make a return. To make it easier on yourself, take the time to read through it before you buy rather than wait until you want to return your pillow. We advise choosing a pillow with a return policy that covers at least 30 days. Memory foam pillows can flatten over time. A shredded memory foam pillow is less likely to flatten than a solid memory foam pillow thanks to the hundreds of pieces inside. When it starts getting flat, you can just fluff it up so it will regain its shape. You should not wash a one-piece memory foam pillow because a washing machine can break up the foam. Instead, try vacuuming your pillow every three months. Pillows yellow as they age and trap dirt, debris, and sweat. Washing your pillow regularly can help keep it clean and stain-free. Just make sure your pillow is safe to toss into the washer. What type of pillow is best for side sleeper? Side sleepers should look for a high loft pillow to support their neck and head. Otherwise, they will wake up with stiff neck muscles or a headache. Shredded memory foam pillows are a good choice for side sleepers because their fill is adjustable. They can be fluffed up or flattened. The pillow also adapts as you toss and turn. Should shoulders be on the pillow when sleeping? It's better to keep your shoulders off your pillow while resting. If your shoulders are on the pillow, they will likely create a gap between your neck and the pillow. Without support, your neck muscles will strain to hold up your head and feel sore the next morning. Did We Help? A memory foam pillow can provide many sleepers with a restful night of sleep. If you are unsure what loft and firmness are right for you, we recommend a shredded foam pillow for its adjustability. When it comes to pillows, what you pay for is typically what you get. Do not be afraid to invest $10 to $30 more to ensure you get a pillow that will last for years to come.
A Review of Sensus Mattresses
For space age memory foam beds, there is little comparison for the line of Sensus mattresses produced by Foamex International. The company holds more than 225 patents for products ranging from sleep surfacing to outdoor furniture to specialized products created for home, commercial, and industrial applications. When it comes to high-technology polyurethane, if Foamex didn't write the book, they at least contributed several chapters.Most people who have purchased a Sensus Memory Foam mattress are quick to assert that it has been the best mattress they have ever owned. The high "memory" retention of the material means that will bounce back to its original shape night after night, and year after year, providing the same quality of sleep years later that were available the very first time it was used. Compared to other memory foams mattresses, there just isn't any comparison to be made.For an easy comparison, you might put it in a side by side test with a Sealy Memory Foam mattress. But I can warn you ahead of time that not even a comparison to its closest competitors will provide results that bear much relation. A Sensus mattress is crafted with superior quality that stands apart from the crowd, and nothing else will do more than come close to providing the same level of comfort.Now, there are some complaints that have been found in consumer reviews, and we wouldn't be providing a fair service if we didn't include them. For one the cost is somewhat higher than other bedding of a similar type. And the most common complaint is that the material seems to absorb body heat and then reflect it back, making sleep on an untopped Sensus mattress sometimes a bit too warm for optimal comfort.Beyond those two minor points, it is hard to find legitimate negative aspects. Sensus mattresses provide durability, comfort, and style in a system that can be easily moved about without fear of malformation of the surface. In the many consumer ratings we have investigated, this superior mattress material receives a unanimous superior rating, making it perhaps the most popular mattress of its type on the market today. Of course, the only real test is to try one out for yourself, and that is something that can be accomplished by reclining for only a few minutes on any size floor model.
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Just like the hospitals, a veterinary clinic also provides their own specialized dog beds for injured dogs, which are called orthopedic dog beds. Now as a living being that walks this earth, injuries can come upon us weather we like it or not. Now as a living being, not as human, getting injuries can lead us to a lot of pain, much like what animals can also feel. When we get injured, the first place that we go is on a hospital then we seek help from a physician. But when an animal such as a dog gets injured, as responsible pet owners it is our responsibility to take them to veterinary clinic then place them under the care of a veterinarian. Hospitals offer their own specialized beds for patients to rest in when they get admitted for injuries.Just like the hospitals, a veterinary clinic also provides their own specialized dog beds for injured dogs, which are called orthopedic dog beds . Now, orthopedic dog beds are specialized dog beds for dogs that suffered from an injury and needs to a long bed rest. It supports every inch of the dog's body making sure that they can get comfortable. Though orthopedic dog beds are commonly seen on a veterinary clinic, orthopedic dog beds can also be bought on some shops so owners could take care of their injured dogs at home. Now there are a lot of orthopedic dog beds that owners can choose from, there are some small and big orthopedic dog beds, designer orthopedic dog beds, heated orthopedic dog beds, large or extra large orthopedic dog beds, some discounted orthopedic dog beds, the bolster or donut shaped orthopedic dog beds, memory foam orthopedic dog beds, some wicker orthopedic dog beds, wooden orthopedic dog beds, kuranda orthopedic dog beds, suede orthopedic dog beds, and many more orthopedic dog beds. So whenever you want your dogs to get back to their feet fast , then the only way would be providing them with some orthopedic dog beds paired with your utmost care and love.
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