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Monday, May 14, 2012

Protect A Bed Luxury Mattress Protector Giveaway The Healthy Sleep Zone

I use Protect A Bed products on all our beds, I love and trust these products and this company. I don't know if I could have survived so many nights with out the convenience and comfort of Protect A Bed. Through children's accidents Protect A Bed waterproof mattress covers have proven indispensable.

In celebration of the newest blog The Healthy Sleep Zone, Protect a bed wanted to share a fabulous giveaway for my readers. The Luxury Mattress Protector is a fitted-sheet-style protector that will keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter, while our Miracle Membrane® provides a barrier to dust mites, liquids and other irritants. The Luxury Mattress Protector retails at $119.99.

The Healthy Sleep Zone is a resource for people of all ages and discusses sleep issues related to allergies, dust mites, pets, sensitive skin, bed bugs, incontinence, bedwetting and sleep pattern issues. Our goal is to provide great information and resources so that everyone can have a healthy sleep zone and get restful sleep.

Luxury Waterproof Mattress Covers Are:
  • Ultra soft and silky to the touch for luxuriously comfortable sleep
  • Waterproof, yet air vapor porous, similar to human skin
  • Naturally thermo-regulating, for the perfect sleeping temperature all year round
  • Comprised of all-natural Eucalyptus fiber, and manufcactured without pesticides
  • Especially helpful for people with sensitive skin, or skin disorders such as eczema
  • Fitted-sheet style with four-way stretch ensures a great fit on any mattress depth
  • Machine washable and tumble dry ready

Disclosure: I received no compensation for this publication. Sponsor did provide a sample product for review and giveaway for this promotion. My opinions are my own and may differ from those of your own. Life Is A SandCastle is not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.
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72 comments:

Yoga Mommy said...

I learned it is best to Sleep in a cool, dark room and find something relaxing to do close to bedtime such as reading or listening to music. Be sure to go to bed and wake up at about the same time every day to keep the sleep-wake clock regular

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eclairre said...

I learned that pets allergies manifest through itching & scratching. gfc eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

Janet W. said...

I learned that animals can actually have seasonal allergies similar to humans! I didn't realize that!
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KatieO said...

I like the article about dogs having a allergies. A lot of people don't know that but my dog has very severe allergies and it took a long time to find a medication to help her!

liz trout said...

animals having allergies. i am allergic to them!

freddie said...

I would love to have the Allergy Bedding Protection Kit. dwelchert@yahoo.com

Shari G said...

Many studies demonstrate the positive effects on a person’s alertness, motor skills and memory

katychick said...

wow- animals have allergies too
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A. Smith said...

I learned that animals are hypersensitive to such as pollen, mold, dust, house dust mite and foodstuffs.
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clc408 said...

I didn't know that animals had similar allergies as people.

April said...

even pets have allergies!

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ksceviour said...

I learned that through a random phone survey of 15 states, researchers found about 3.6 percent of participants reported a minimum of one sleepwalking episode in the last year.
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sweetsue said...

I learned there is a sleep duration gene.

TonyaHopkins said...

Animals have similar allergies as humans

Candice said...

I'm actually surprised that animals have some of the same allergies we do. I guess I never really thought about them having allergies. Weird.
Thank you!
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ginette4 said...

I learnt that working out for 20 to 30 minutes a day enhances sleep but this should be done early in the day, if you work out before bedtime it will only make falling asleep more difficult
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tnrina said...

I learned "Animals can actually have seasonal allergies similar to humans." Animals can be treated with medication just as humans are.

I wonder if animals ever have allergies to humans or to human hair.
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G said...

about 4 percent of U.S. adults walk in their sleep.

Anonymous said...

They can withstand 200+ washes, not bad. karen, kjsbristol@comcast.net

Tammy D said...

I also learned that Animals also have allergies similar to humans
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k. said...

I learned that about 4 percent of US adults sleep walk.

texaslady22 said...

I like the study on sleepwalking (Brandi)

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Debra Guillen said...

4 percent of U.S. adults walk in their sleep guillenwins1 at kc dot rr dot com

Kimberly said...

Never really thought that animals can suffer from allergies too,
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PAIGE said...

I learned 4 percent of U.S. adults walk in their sleep.
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Anonymous said...

I learned that it's better to work out earlier in the day to avoid sleep problems at night.
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GANDORF57 said...

That animals had similar allergies as people!

GANDORF57 said...

That animals had similar allergies as people!

suburban prep said...

I learned that getting about 20 to 30 minutes of cardio earlier in the day can help enhance sleep. Getting exercise too closely to bedtime can actually make falling asleep more difficult.
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Kelly R. said...

I learned that animals have similar allergies as humans.
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Anonymous said...

These can stand up to 200 washes-that's terrific.

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Diane52 said...

i learned animals have allergies too and it's best to sleep in a dark room.
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Hotsnotty2 said...

Animals tend to be allergic to many of the same things people are hypersensitive to such as pollen, mold, dust, house dust mite and foodstuffs

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Rusty said...

I learned that many studies demonstrate the positive effects of napping on a person’s alertness, motor skills and memory. rustysrambles(at)gmail(dot)com

Leigh N said...

That animals have similar animals to humans.

Kate said...

I learned that sleepwalking is relatively common!

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ellie said...

I learned that Animals Have Similar Allergies to Humans

Gala said...

I learned that research conducted at Harvard, NASA and Dusseldorf University supports the power of a nap.

Fangirl Jen said...

A recent study, lead by Dr. Mourice Ohayon, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine, found that about 4 percent of U.S. adults walk in their sleep.

Karen said...

Be sure to go to bed and wake up at about the same time every day to keep the sleep-wake clock regular !!

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missreneer said...

I learned that sleepwalking is not that uncommon. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway :)

Renee
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brich2222 said...

learned The polyurethane laminate can now withstand in excess of 200 washes and tumble dries at boiling point.

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Anonymous said...

i learned pets can have allergies

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Valerie Taylor Mabrey said...

that ani9amls have allergies too
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schueler1 said...

if a person wakes up at 6 a.m. Monday through Friday and sleeps until 10:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday on a regular basis, the body’s internal (circadian) clock can be altered, upsetting the internal rhythm of the body, which helps you sleep soundly.
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sottovoce said...

Wow! 4% of adults in the US sleep walk! That seems high.
Thank you.
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Rachel said...

I learned that sleepwalking is not uncommon. In my family it was usually talking in your sleep...very dangerous.

Rachel said...

I learned that sleepwalking is not uncommon. In my family it was usually talking in your sleep...very dangerous.

cmlayton said...

sleeping in can make you fat

Jessica said...

I'd love t o try the Allergy Bedding Protection Kit!

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LeAnn said...

I discovered that 4% of Americans are sleepwalkers. . . my younger brother used to be a sleepwalker

kathy pease said...

Through a random phone survey of 15 states, researchers found about 3.6 percent of participants reported a minimum of one sleepwalking episode in the last year, with almost 30 percent of participants admitting to sleepwalking at least once in their lifetime. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, sleepwalking is a disorder that occurs when people walk or do another activity while they are still asleep.

CarrieAnn13 said...

I learned animals can actually have seasonal allergies similar to humans

latanya said...

Pets can have allergies just like people

Ms Penny Pincher said...

I learned that a recent study featured in Current Biology links “social jet lag”— what happens when your body is up later than normal, creating a sluggish feel the next day— to unhealthy food choices and metabolism decrease over time.

Laurie Pearson Photography said...

I learned that spending time in the sunlight, particularly in the morning, can stimulate production of melatonin in the body, which helps regulate the sleep-wake cycle.

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Chisum Crew said...

I had never heard the term Social Jet Lag before. "A recent study featured in Current Biology links “social jet lag”— what happens when your body is up later than normal, creating a sluggish feel the next day— to unhealthy food choices and metabolism decrease over time." Rafflecopter: happi shopr

Robyn said...

I liked the aritcle on getting better sleep and how to condition yourself to fall asleep, like regulating sunlight and getting regular exercise!

mightynaynay said...

I learned that pets allergies manifest through itching & scratching.
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mail4rosey said...

I learned that a good number of people sleepwalk. I thought it was only a select few.

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Harriett said...

Pets have allergies too!

michedt said...

Learned that 4% of americans walk in their sleep! Wow, that's pretty scary.
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Suzanne said...

Geez I'm selfish. I never thought about dogs having allergies too. I wonder if my beagle does.

peppersalt said...

I learned pets have allergies.

Kendra Gillilan said...

Naps are good for you!
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bev said...

I was surprised to read that sleepwalking was not uncommon. Thanks for this contest!

wendym said...

I learned about sleep walkers and tips for getting better sleep.

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ZESTYWONDERLAND said...

Animals can cause allergy issues for many people, especially those who share a bed with them. However, animals can actually have seasonal allergies similar to humans.
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purango said...

I learned animals can have seasonal allergies, like humans do. garrettsambo@aol.com

brianpiero said...

Thanks for the giveaway...A recent study featured in Current Biology links “social jet lag”— what happens when your body is up later than normal, creating a sluggish feel the next day— to unhealthy food choices and metabolism decrease over time which may contribute to obesity.

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daveshir2005 said...

I learned that about 4 percent of us adults sleep walk.

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Molly said...

“Animals tend to be allergic to many of the same things as people. Molly Bussler