START EVERY DAY WITH A GOOD NIGHT’s SLEEP™
A good night’s sleep, just like proper diet and exercise, is essential to your mental, emotional and physical health. Yet many people just do not get the recommended amount* of sleep needed each night to perform their best during the day**. Instead, they sacrifice sleep and wake up to the consequences including difficultly concentrating, irritability, weakened immune system and even higher stress. The good news is that it does not have to be this way.
Better sleep can be as simple as sleeping on a better mattress!
The Better Sleep Guide brochure provides solutions, ranging from how to select a new mattress to tips on creating a sleep sanctuary, which will help you improve the quality of your life by improving the quality of your sleep.
* Sleep experts recommend getting eight hours of sleep each night (7.5 – 8.5 is optimal).
** At least 40 million Americans each year suffer from chronic, long-term sleep disorders, and an additional 20 million experience occasional sleeping problems. (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, May 2007)
You may need a new mattress if…
- Your mattress is five to seven years old
- You wake up with stiffness, numbness, aches and pains
- You had a better night’s sleep somewhere other than your own bed (such as a hotel or friend’s guest room)
- Your mattress shows signs of overuse (it sags, has lumps, etc.)
History of Lady Americana
BUILT TO PROVIDE THE BEST BEDDING VALUE
In 1982, a group of talented professionals assembled. Their two goals were: to build the best possible mattress, and to build it so efficiently that it would become the best value in the bedding industry.
When the first Lady Americana mattress and foundation was offered for sale, their dream became reality .
Today, as a result of continuing innovation in design, materials, and manufacture, Lady Americana has achieved a reputation as a superior mattress value. It is also one of the fastest growing mattress companies worldwide.
Discover the comfort and quality built into every Lady Americana product.
History of Sealy
125 YEARS OF INNOVATION
Sealy’s journey began in 1881 in the town of Sealy, Texas, when Daniel Haynes, a cotton gin builder, filled a request for a cotton-filled mattress. And then another. And then another. His business grew rapidly, leading to more innovations and several patents, including a machine to compress cotton. Haynes sold his patents to a Texas Company that retained the Sealy handle and by 1920, Sealy had 23 licensed plants.
Sealy’s innovations didn’t stop. More milestones came, including the first Sealy Posturepedic mattress and being the first mattress company to display and advertise a king-sized bed. Sealy created an Orthopedic Advisory Board, and reinvented the innerspring coil, and the box spring. Patenting a variety of groundbreaking technologies, the list continues to grow.
In 1983, Sealy purchased the Stearns & Foster Company, whose mattresses redefined luxury and showed craftsmanship and intricate detail, making it a perfect addition to the Sealy family.
Today the company owns and operates 25 plants in the U.S. For three decades, Sealy has been number one in market share and unwavering in its vision to help the world sleep better. Through design, manufacturing and leadership, Sealy is poised to continue its legacy for years to come.