Whether you're a nurse, doctor, first responder or allied health (e.g. phlebotomist), sleep is crucial to both your physical and mental health. If you're lucky, you spend a third of each day—eight hours—sleeping. Getting a good night's sleep is especially important for healthcare workers who spend their days on their feed and mental energy dealing with patients and co-workers.
An important factor to getting adequate rest is your mattress. Old mattresses can be bad for your back and hinder you from getting a good night's sleep. Luckily, most popular mattress companies offer healthcare worker discounts, so we've put together a list below.
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The New York Times Wirecutter recommends the Leesa Hybrid because: "The Leesa Hybrid combines the best parts of memory-foam and spring mattresses. It offers better cooling and a thicker cover than the competition, all at a great price."
Note: To receive the discount, you will need to verify your status during checkout. Leesa has informed us that nurses and doctors are eligible as first responders.
Casper was created in 2014 and is often credited with popularizing the "bed in a box." Since launching their award-winning mattress, they've since produced many other sleep-related products, including a night light and dog bed.