We spend a third of our lives in bed chasing ZZZs, so having the right place to sleep is essential for mental and physical health.

We spend a third of our lives in bed chasing ZZZs, so having the right place to sleep is essential for mental and physical health.

Make your dream of quality sleep a reality at ESC Mattress Center

Everyone needs a good night’s sleep. It’s so nice to wake up feeling rested and ready for the day, but did you know that quality sleep is about more than just feeling rested? Quality sleep gives your body time to rebuild, your back a chance to relax, and your brain a chance to catch up and sort memories.

Most people spend a third of their lives tucked up in bed chasing ZZZs, so having the right place to sleep for you is important for mental and physical health throughout your life — as well as for facing the day ahead.

But what if you and your partner can’t agree on a mattress? What if you have different sleeping habits and needs?

Your sleep needs are as unique as you

At family-owned ESC Mattress Center, the solution is simple, and they have the Expert Sleep Center knowledge to help you find a mattress that works — for both of you!

There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to a great night’s sleep, so ESC Mattress Center offers a great range of split-head mattresses that allow you and your partner to enjoy a good night’s sleep as unique as each of you — while you continue to share the same sleeping space (unlike a split mattress where you and your partners are literally in different beds).

Joshua Rigby of ESC Mattress Center notes that “there are many reasons for using a split-head mattress. Reasons range from the late-night reader or TV watcher to those dealing with medical issues such as acid reflux or sinus problems. It’s a great option to be supported while you read or even work in bed or if you just need a bit of night time elevation — especially when partners have different sleep needs.”

The family-owned ESC Mattress Center has the expert knowledge to help you find a mattress that works for you.

The family-owned ESC Mattress Center has the expert knowledge to help you find a mattress that works for you.

An ounce of prevention

There’s more benefit to a split-head mattress than late night reading or medical necessity. For many folks, back pain can be alleviated or even prevented by elevating the feet and head, taking pressure off the lower back — there are even circulation benefits too.

Allergy sufferers, or those dealing with other medical or physical issues can benefit from an elevated sleeping position.

Split-head mattresses come in queen or king size and can be used with your existing bed frame.

Speak to the sleep experts at ESC Mattress Center to find out if a split-head mattress is right for you and your partner. Check out the range of split-head mattresses right here, give them a call at 425-512-0017, come in person to 10121 Evergreen Way. Hours are Mon. to Sat. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Find them on Facebook here.

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