On average, we sleep for 30 years of our lives, so choosing a bed should be a thoughtful decision. In addition to the appropriate hardness of the mattress, it is also worth paying attention to the size of the bedroom […]
On average, we sleep for 30 years of our lives, so choosing a bed should be a thoughtful decision. In addition to the appropriate hardness of the mattress, it is also worth paying attention to the size of the bedroom furniture, which also affects the comfort of use. The available Queen Size and King Size models, although at first glance they may seem similar, in fact they differ greatly from each other.
Dream is an essential part of our lives. It allows us to regenerate and purify the mind by processing the most important information gathered throughout the day. When we sleep peacefully, our brain segregates all data, choosing only the most important ones. This is why it is so important to ensure the highest level of comfort. Frequent night awakenings or problems with falling asleep have a big impact on our concentration, focus, creativity and cognitive abilities.
A bad night’s sleep is not always the fault of an inappropriately chosen bed hardness, as it turns out that size also matters. Too little space to perform natural night movements not only affects the quality of our rest, but also disturbs the partner. As a result, we both wake up more tired than before going to bed.
So which model to choose to guarantee the best conditions? Is a King or Queen Size bed the solution for everyone?
To answer these and other questions, it is worth knowing the pros and cons of Queen and King Size solutions:
- a larger sleeping area improves sleep quality;
- significantly less restrictions on the weight and height of the person asleep;
- possibility of extending it with a bedding box;
- impressive appearance associated with comfort and convenience;
- possibility of playing with children on the bed.
- necessity to buy more expensive (due to the size) sheets, duvets (sometimes 2 pieces), more pillows;
- large sizes make it impossible to use in smaller bedrooms;
- more difficult to bed.