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ladyrainicorn
In the future, we'll be doing a lot more than sleeping in our bedrooms

https://sleepcouncil.org.uk/latest-news/beds-become-the-hub-of-the-home/

There are so many possibilities with a futuristic bed, but the vast majority of us would just really like it to be self-cleaning and bacteria-free? Really? Given that more and more people are turning the bedroom into the central living space of the home of the future, I should think that we'd want a bit more out of life than that.  But well, who am I to argue with the two thirds of humanity that really just want easy-clean beds and a good night's sleep?

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Barton Fink

Your bedroom plays a key role in getting the sleep your body needs, but it’s more than just a room for sleeping. It’s also a place where you and your family unwind, so it needs to be comfortable and friendly. Give yourself the gift of better sleep and comfortable living by making over your bedroom into a welcoming place for living and sleeping. 

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Jet peterson

Most of the cases everyone like to complete their any session in their home...sweet home! It's a favor to work official works in their bed, everyone really wants it. Especially, I use to read books in my room rather library particularly in my bed. So, it's natural to keep my bed self-cleaning, bacteria resistant and also self-sterilization systems. As this demand of percentage regionally varies, all want to have the smart bed system to get those features. Thanks for letting us know. 

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Eve Harrington

As for me i really consider the lightning of my room not just the cleanliness. I read an article once in a newspaper that too much light at night couls interfere with healthy sleep, possibly increasing your risk of sleep disorders and other health problems. 

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James Pallone

That actually varies from person to person. I always turn off the lights before going to bed. Sometimes, when it hard to seep boring books or articles is so much useful for sleeping! really it works for me! Morning light always helps for health we all know and it doesn't bother me either. Hub of the room; bed completes all my days.

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george

we reached a decent level, hav a look at this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vF1XqtmF5Qo

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Alex_Smith

It's basically a smart bed XD. I wonder how this will change a couple's intimate time though 

we reached a decent level, hav a look at this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vF1XqtmF5Qo - Awesome hahaha

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Charles Kane

Right. I can sleep 24 hours straight! doesn't matter if it's day or night as long as light is dim. lol

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Tyson Bareet

One of my friends sleeps 48 hours during the weekend all along day and night taking drugs! He doesn't care how his days go on outside cause he spends all the time on his sweet bed.

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Barton Fink

Dude, that'll give me severe headache! lol

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Tyson Bareet

But @george

The best sleep is when you have no electronics in your bedroom at all Electromagnetic Fields are disrupting your sleep patterns and makes you feel more tired when you wake up in the morning Using that Bluetooth pillow is like accepting the terms and condition to install yourself a brain tumour

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