Friday, November 1, 2013

Protect A Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow

women laying in bed on comfortable pillow with a smile and hand tucked under pillow 


Jenns Blah Blah Blog has joined the wonderful people at Protect A Bed to offer all of our readers the chance to win a Protect A Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow! One lucky person will be sleeping like a baby with their own Luxury Adjustable Pillow valued at $129! To learn more about this fabulous luxury pillow visit Jenns Blah Blah Blogs Luxury Pillow Review


Protect-A-Bed Luxury Adjustable Pillow Giveaway

Giveaway is open to US residents, will end on November 23, 2013 at 11:59pm EST, must be 18 or older to enter, and use the giveaway widget below. Good Luck again everyone!



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12 comments:

  1. read that untreated sleep disorders can cause high blood pressure, heart failure, strokes and obesity

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  2. It's important to get a good nights sleep. Your pillow does make a difference.

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  3. I did not realize "sleep deprivation" can cause such problems...guess I'm guilty there, but I thank you for this giveaway as I'm in need of a good pillow!

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  4. I believe this pillow is just what the Doctor ordered, lol! Sounds great, hope to win! Thanks so much!

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  5. Reducing sleep by 90 minutes for one night can reduce daytime alertness by up to 32 percent.

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  6. I learned that a New Hampshire woman went sleep swimming twice last year. Someone else fell asleep on the subway and woke up on the tracks. Scary stuff! A guess a good pillow can save your life!

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  7. I never knew til now that losing 90 minutes of sleep cause you to be 32 percent less alert

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  8. I learned that women are 47 percent more likely to make the bed when they wake up than men.

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  9. I knew about gaining weight, but not the rest....Untreated sleep disorders can cause high blood pressure, heart failure, strokes and obesity;

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  10. ◾Reducing sleep by 90 minutes for one night can reduce daytime alertness by up to 32 percent;

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  11. Hello,
    This is about luxury beds.These are very comfortable too.I like the blog.
    Bed Lines

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  12. I learned that reducing sleep by 90 minutes for one night can make you less alert during the day by 32%

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