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5 New Year's resolutions to improve your sleep

5 New Year's resolutions to improve your sleep

Now that we're in the early days of 2018, there's a good chance that you've thought about what New Year's resolutions you should be making and keeping this year. January tends to be the month that everyone focuses on dieting and exercise: 48% of people who make resolutions intend to lose weight, ...
'Twas the night before Christmas: How to get the kids to sleep when Santa is on his way

'Twas the night before Christmas: How to get the kids to sleep when Santa is on his way

Let's face it: Christmas can be a magical time, but it can be exhausting, too. For young children, it's all very exciting, with the prospect of Santa paying your home a visit often too much to bear, leaving a disrupted night's sleep ahead of them. After the struggle to send the kids to bed, there's ...
Duvet days: Why they matter and how you can enjoy yours

Duvet days: Why they matter and how you can enjoy yours

When someone talks about 'having a duvet day' most people will have some idea what they're talking about: a whole day spent under the covers or on the sofa cocooned in your favourite blanket. Sounds like heaven, right? But, what you may not have realised is that duvet days are actually a perk ...
Got the winter blues? How Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can affect your sleep

Got the winter blues? How Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can affect your sleep

If you look out your window during the British winter, chances are there isn’t a lot to get excited about (unless it's snowing). With the days getting darker and the weather looking pretty grey, it's perfectly understandable if you begin to feel a little down in the dumps. However, for many people ...
Snoozing for success: Why being well-rested is the best career choice you can make

Snoozing for success: Why being well-rested is the best career choice you can make

When you read about successful people, you often come across nuggets of information about how many hours they slept. Margaret Thatcher, Thomas Edison, and Winston Churchill are just some of those famous for only getting a few hours each night, and each was considered very accomplished in their field ...
Clocks going back: Why it happens and how to help your kids adjust

Clocks going back: Why it happens and how to help your kids adjust

This Sunday 29th October 2017 at 2am, the clocks in the UK will go back by an hour, taking us from British Summer Time (BST) to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). The end of daylight saving time (DST) is usually considered a positive thing, as we 'gain' an extra hour in bed. But for many families in ...
Freshers' Week sleep: How students can get some shut-eye in between the parties

Freshers' Week sleep: How students can get some shut-eye in between the parties

Freshers' Week plays a big role in your introduction to uni as it's a great opportunity to make new friends on your course and get to know your new housemates. However, in between all the parties, it's important that you still get some sleep so that you're ready for the first of your lectures the ...
Daily Mail Declares Memory Plus 'Best Bargain Buy' Mattress

Daily Mail Declares Memory Plus 'Best Bargain Buy' Mattress

The Daily Mail's Helen Carroll has compared popular rolled mattresses in an article entitled 'Will a Jack-in-a-Box mattress give you a blissful night's sleep?' and awarded our mattress one of the top scores. Along with her husband and three children, aged between nine and 15, Helen reviewed ten ...
Back to school: Getting kids into a sleeping routine after summer ends

Back to school: Getting kids into a sleeping routine after summer ends

September is here again. This week marks the end of the summer as the UK's kids head back to school for a long stretch of learning (at least until October). For parents, the six weeks holidays are the time when children are allowed more freedom, which can often extend to their bed times too. ...

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