25% of Couples Don’t Sleep Together

Did you know that about 25% of couples don’t sleep together in the same bed?

There are several celebrity couples that are known to sleep in different beds, including: Scott Disick And Kourtney Kardashian, Ryan O’Neal And Farrah Fawcett, Kevin Jonas And Danielle Deleasa, and the recently divorced Katie Holmes And Tom Cruise.

This can be due to a number of reasons like loud snoring, excessive movement, or sleep walking and talking. One of the biggest reasons is different sleep temperature preferences. One likes it nice and toasty, while the other likes to see their breath crystalizing in the air in front of them. The end result is two separate beds in two separate rooms.

ChiliPad is here to save the day!

The ChiliPad can come as a dual-zone mattress pad, which allows couples to customize their half of the bed. Technology is a wonderful thing, and Chili Technology is helping couples everywhere sleep comfortably with each other.


Here’s a testimonial from Dr. Margueritte Gilkey – McDonald,NC:

“My hot flashes started about 5 years before menopause. I tried everything…. I was sweating and my husband freezing. But other than Estrogen treatments (with the risk of serious side effects) nothing was beating my hot flashes until ChiliPad™. Now both my husband and I can sleep comfortably. Join me in this drug free approach to comfort.”

[Source: http://ohnotheydidnt.livejournal.com/70070135.html]

Catnaps on Cold Floors

I love tiled floors. Yes, they’re beautiful. Yes, they’re also easy to clean. But I like them because they make a great place to snooze when you’re feeling sick. The cold feeling that chills your feet in the wintertime is unfortunate, but when you’re under the weather, it’s great to cuddle with!

So here’s “Doctor” Melia’s remedy for when you don’t feel the best.

  • Stomachache? Take a Tums and lay on your stomach on the floor.
  • Headache? Take a Tylenol and make sure your temple is touching the floor.
  • Feeling dizzy? You should be on the floor anyway. Gravity is not your friend right now.
  • Fever? This one’s obvious.

Lying out on my bathroom floor is also a great option after some time outside on a summer day. And Lord knows it’s been hot here in NC lately…

This is the same idea behind the ChiliPad. It does heat, but what most people like is the cooling feature. It can be just as lovely as catnaps on cold floors, but a million times more comfortable. It cools using circulating water, not electricity (or ceramic!). Aside from using it to sleep at night, it works wonders for when you don’t feel good.

Happy napping,


Saving Newborn Lives: One cooling blanket at a time.

It’s not quite the ChiliPad, but the same concept behind the ChiliPad is used in hospitals to save newborns from brain damage.

Hold your breath and read this paragraph. One woman, Kalipay Acevedo, had a sudden placental abruption one month before her due date. This keeps oxygen and glucose from flowing into the baby’s brain, which leads to brain damage. The baby, Sianna Acevedo, couldn’t breathe for about 13 minutes. Take a deep breath. Assuming it took you 15 seconds to read that, imagine reading it 52 times before being able to breathe again. That’s how long Sianna was deprived of oxygen.

Now put your hand over your heart. An average adult’s heart beats at about 60-90 beats per minute. A newborn’s heart is expected to beat at 100-160 beats per minute. Baby Sianna’s heart was barely pumping at only 30 beats per minute.

Her life was on the line.

“I thought I lost her” said the mother.

They called in a priest to prepare for the worst.

As a final effort, she was quickly transferred by helicopter to the University of Florida. Neonatologist Dr.Weiss started a procedure called systematic hypothermia. Which is doctor slang for “put the baby on a cooling pad.” They cooled little baby Sianna’s body for 72 hours at 7 degrees below average body temperature.

(Photo by April Frawley-Birdwell/University of Florida)

Doctors are still looking for signs of brain damage, but none have appeared yet. Here’s the video so you can see for yourself how normal baby Sianna looks:

A very touching story indeed.


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