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Do you struggle to get a full eight hours sleep a night? You’re not alone!
Six out of 10 New Zealanders say they feel exhausted during the day, simply from lack of sleep.
This was one of the key findings from the Colmar Brunton* research we commissioned to find out more about New Zealand sleep patterns.

 

Even if you struggle to get a full eight hours sleep a night, having the right bed and ensuring the right sleep habits can help play a major role in the quality of your sleep.

With this in mind, we invited busy blogger and mother of three, Vanessa Rehm from thebubbalinokitchen.com to try sleeping on our Sealy Posturepedic Enhance bed. Vanessa fully appreciates the importance of a good night’s sleep, but like so many busy women, work and family life often get in the way.

The Sealy Posturepedic Enhance bed features our unique SRxII® alternating spring technology, which senses the body’s weight and responds to provide the support your body needs, to help ensure restful sleep.

We spoke to Vanessa about her experiences so far.

"I look forward to getting into bed every night," says Vanessa. "The worries and cares of the day melt away and I wake feeling refreshed and ready for the day ahead."

To find out more about our Sealy Posturepedic Enhance collection, visit here

To find out more about the results from our research into Kiwi sleep patterns, see below.

We asked:
On average, how many hours of sleep do you get per night?

We asked:
Do you aim to keep a consistent bedtime routine?

We asked:
What time of day do you feel most tired or exhausted?

We asked:
Which of the following techniques, if any, have you tried to get a better sleep?

We asked:
Which of the following things do you do before going to sleep?

We asked:
How do you normally wake up most of the time?

* How are NZers Sleeping, Colmar Brunton Research, online research of 600 nationally representative household decision makers aged 25-59 years, who have purchased a bed in the past five years or are intending to purchase a bed in the next five years, conducted during March/April 2016.