The “Zzzz Across America” In Jersey City

 River View Observer says…

DON’T HIT THE SNOOZE BUTTON…EXPERIENCE “ZZZZ ACROSS AMERICA” SLEEP TOUR WHEN IT VISITS JERSEY CITY, NJ

people-slleping.jpgSeptember Liberty R&B & Jazz Festival 

September 13 & 14th Noon – 8pn

LIBERTY STATE PARK 

Morris Pesin Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07305

   Stop worrying about a good night’s sleep. SleepBetter.org is visiting sleepy cities throughout the nation during the “Zzzz Across America” sleep tour helping Americans get some shut-eye. The fun and interactive tour trailer will put sleepless nights in Jersey City, NJ and across the nation to rest.   Sleep: Look

Younger, Lose Weight, and Feel Great Through Better Sleep.          

Recent studies have shown that Americans are averaging less than six hours of sleep per night. That said, no matter how well you sleep, you can always sleep better. In addition to the tour, SleepBetter.org offers the following tips for better sleep:·         Dim the lights two to three hours before bedtime. Do so will help set your brain’s internal clock to your sleep schedule.·         Eating later than 7:00 p.m. can cause an upset stomach which will affect sleep for several hours after.·         Resist the second cup of coffee. The effects of one cup will last up to 8 hours.                   SLEEPBETTER.ORG: SleepBetter.org is dedicated to helping people sleep better. Designed as an online resource, the Web site creates a forum for visitors to define, discuss, and discover solutions to their particular sleep needs.  SleepBetter.org’s quest is to continually gather pertinent sleep information, then share this knowledge with the general public. The site also share tips on the best sleep related products, both in stores and online. SleepBetter.org has created the Sleep Better seal as a way to easily identify products recommended for their superior quality or scientifically based design.  

Created by Carpenter Co., the world’s largest producer of comfort cushioning products, SleepBetter.org provides the type of information and common sense advice that all visitors can use to sleep better. For more information, please visit www.SleepBetter.org.  

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