Discover the BedJet® Climate Comfort System

Some like it hot.  Some need it cool. Some just want to stay dry and others just need different sleep temperatures than their partners.  That's why everyone loves their BedJet.  

The patented BedJet is the first product to transform your existing bed into a luxurious temperature controlled sleeping environment without changing the feel of your mattress - no foreign mattress pads, no mattress toppers, no wires and no tubes to sleep on.  Cool off nearly instantly or give your bedding a toasty hot sauna feeling in only 180 seconds.  Using exclusive JetConvect air technology, the BedJet also eliminates body moisture from the bed to help you sleep more comfortably.   BedJet is instant relief for hot sleepers, night sweats, evening hot flashes, cold feet and cold legs, cold winter sheet shock and memory foam mattresses that trap heat. Using the Bluetooth Sleep App for intelligent remote control from your smartphone or tablet, the BedJet reinvents your bed to become one of the most delightful places in your home.  Better days start with better nights -- bring a BedJet home today and get back to some deep, restful, healthy sleep.  

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BEDJET ENGINEERING TEAM - WE ARE NOW THE #1 CUSTOMER RECOMMENDED BED COOLING AND HEATING PRODUCT OF ANY KIND ON ALL OF AMAZON! 

 

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Sleep better and start living better.... with a BedJet?

February 02, 2015

Sleeping well may be an investment that leads to better mental functioning later in life, a new review finds. The findings were published in the January issue of Perspectives on Psychological Science. "If sleep benefits memory and thinking in young adults but is changed in quantity and quality with age, then the question is whether improving sleep might delay – or reverse – age-related changes in memory and thinking," Michael Scullin, PhD, director of the Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory at Baylor University in Waco, TX, said in a university news release.  Scullin and colleague Donald Bliwise, PhD, of the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, analyzed 50 years of sleep research. "We came across studies that showed that sleeping well in...

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