May 14, 2022 - Saturday

In view of the rapidly changing economic conditions, with the exception of accessories, prices are for informational purposes only.  For exact prices please contact customer support.

May 26, 2020 - Tuesday

In view of the modified regulations concerning open hours, we once again await our customers in our studio following an appointment.
We expect and thank you for using a safety mask when doing so!

April 5, 2020 - Sunday

The customers of Protonet Kft. and those interested in waterbeds are a kind of family. If you are reading this message, you are part of our family.

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting all of us in unprecedented ways. We are all being challenged each and every day.

In view of the current situation we wish to bring your attention to the following:

  • Visitation of our studio is indefinitely suspended. Delivery of orders arranged in advance is an exception.
  • Customer service can be reached through all its channels.
  • Orders placed on our website will continue to be filled, however it is advisable to contact customer service regarding anticipated delivery dates.

We have always considered ourselves to be a service company, and we stand by our commitment to our clients and customers.

We hope that you stay safe during these trying times. Thank you for being part of the Protonet family.

August 20, 2018 - Monday

After a several month absence our website is reachable once again. Meanwhile it has become available in English as well, and we accept orders from abroad also. Thanks for the patience!

October 15, 2013 - Tuesday

Sleep has a greater influence on exercise than the other way around, at least in the short term - this is the conclusion reached by researchers at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University.  The effects of daily exercise on sleep patterns is more complicated than previously thought, however.

Researchers were frequently met with the complaint that after regular, strenuous exercise patients slept no better than before.  As a result they began poring over the results of one of their previous studies.  For that experiment, researchers had gathered a small group of women who had received diagnoses of insomnia. The volunteers were mostly in their 60s, and all were sedentary.  They were then divided into two groups.  One group continued with its sedentary lifestyle, while the other began a moderate endurance exercise program, consisting of three or four 30-minute exercise sessions a week.  This exercise program continued for 16 weeks.  The results clearly showed that exercise helped in overcoming insomnia.  The changes, however, only became evident at the end of the experiment.  For the first two months of the 16 week study regular exercise on a stationary bicycle and treadmill had no positive effect on either the length or the quality of sleep.  In fact sleeping badly tended to shorten the next day's workout, while a full, intensive workout did not produce better sleep that night.

In the end those suffering from difficulties with sleep can only count on improvement in the long term, after 3-4 months, insofar as they exercise regularly.  Then, on the other hand, they can expect the duration of their sleep to increase by at least 45 minutes with fewer periods of wakefulness at night, a sound and healthy alternative to medications aimed at achieving the same result.