Guest Blogger, Janine Reynolds, Shares Her Experience As A Clinical Nurse Specialist

By Lisa Artis on April 3, 2018

Having suffered the effects of sleep deprivation first hand after the birth of her first child, Janine Reynolds took the opportunity to combine her business degree and nursing skills. Along with colleagues at Sheffield Children’s […]

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How Sleep Is Affected By The Clocks Going Forward

By Lisa Artis on March 20, 2018

The clocks spring forward this weekend heralding the start of British Summertime and bringing with it lots of positives – better weather, long summer nights and lighter mornings. However, the negative is we lose an […]

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WIN! A Perfect Sleep Rituals Hamper As Clocks Go Forward

By Lisa Artis on March 19, 2018

The clocks go forward this weekend (Sunday March 25), and while it’s lovely to see an end to dark evenings and dull mornings, we do lose a precious hour in bed. For some people, especially […]

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The Best Present This Mother’s Day: Sleep!

By Lisa Artis on March 9, 2018

Flowers and chocolates are perfectly reasonable presents but ask most over-worked, sleep deprived mums what they would like for Mother’s Day and I can safely say a good night’s sleep and a lie-in would be […]

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Sleep Apnoea – the signs, diagnosis and treatment – from Guest Blogger, Kath Hope

By Lisa Artis on March 2, 2018

Sleep Apnoea: What is it? What causes it? How is it treated? These are some of the burning questions people have on the little-known topic. That’s why we asked Kath Hope, founder of the charity […]

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World Book Day: Four Reasons Why Bedtime Reading Is Important

By Lisa Artis on March 1, 2018

World Book Day (this year, March 1) – forever known to guilt-ridden parents as the day when you’re in panic mode as you have to scrabble around for a book character costume! But when did […]

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Is It Time To Buy A New Bed This National Bed Month?

By Lisa Artis on March 1, 2018

Our annual awareness event, National Bed Month, kicks off today making it the ideal month to think about the importance a good, comfortable, properly supportive bed and the part it plays in achieving a good […]

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Six Ways To Sleep Better For National Bed Month

By Lisa Artis on February 20, 2018

Achieving a good night’s sleep is a problem for an awful lot of people, so to mark National Bed Month this March here are our top six ways to help you drift off into the […]

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Is There Love In Sharing A Bed Or Sleeping Apart?

By Lisa Artis on February 7, 2018

With the day of ‘lurve’ just around the corner, nothing beats finishing off Valentine’s day curling up in bed with your partner – before kicking them out to go sleep in the spare bedroom! And […]

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Guest Blogger, Dr Andrew Mayers, Talks Sleep And Mental Health 

By Lisa Artis on January 26, 2018

The second in our series of guest blogs is Dr Andrew Mayers, principal academic at Bournemouth University. Andrew will be sharing his thoughts on how poor sleep is a major predictor of mental ill health […]

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