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WIN! The Full Range of Feather & Down Products For National Sleep In Day!

By Lisa Artis on October 16, 2017

National Sleep In Day is fast approaching! At 2am on Sunday October 29 the clocks go back and we all get an extra hour to do with as we please. So what will you do? Whether its sleep, doze or simply just resting it’s the one time of the year when we can do it […]

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How To Keep Warm On Chilly Nights

By Lisa Artis on October 13, 2017

There’s certainly a nip in the air and as we hurtle into winter, there’s nothing more comforting than curling up for a long sleep in a warm, cosy bed. With temperatures usually at their lowest in the early hours, the reality is many people can be too cold and uncomfortable to be able to get […]

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How To Sleep Well For World Mental Health Day

By Lisa Artis on October 10, 2017

It’s World Mental Health Day today (October 10) and in a world where it is becoming increasingly hard to ‘switch off’, today is a good reminder that good health includes mental wellbeing. There are many ways we can boost our mood (exercise, diet etc) but sleep plays a critical role when it comes to maintaining […]

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The Big Sleep: Tisserand Aromatherapy’s top tips for securing a peaceful night’s sleep

By Lisa Artis on September 19, 2017

We’re delighted to have the support from Tisserand Aromatherapy this Sleeptember and as advocates of getting a good night’s sleep, we thought we’d share some of its top tips from one of its Wellbeing Collective experts. Sarah Eckersley is the face behind London’s popular Wilde Yoga and is Tisserand Aromatherapy’s Wellbeing Collective yoga expert. Here […]

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WIN! The Ultimate Sweet Dreams Collection From Tisserand Aromatherapy and Sleep Council

By Lisa Artis on September 18, 2017

**Competition has now closed*** We’re halfway through Sleeptember and we hope you’re all taking part in our ‘Switch Off’ campaign – to turn off ALL electronic devices the hour before bed to help get a better night’s sleep. We are so passionate about this message that we’ve teamed up with Tisserand Aromatherapy to offer one […]

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Win An Overnight Stay & Dinner To Celebrate Sleeptember Courtesy Of Hand Picked Hotels

By Lisa Artis on September 5, 2017

***Competition has now closed*** Continuing our Sleeptember celebrations (which are going down a storm) we’re very excited to announce that Hand Picked Hotels have kindly offered one lucky winner an overnight stay and dinner in one of its classically British country hotels. Backing our Sleeptember campaign, Hand Picked Hotels recognises the importance their customers place […]

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Sleep Well For Sleeptember

By Lisa Artis on August 29, 2017

As we hurtle into September and our annual awareness campaign, Sleeptember, we look at how to get a good night’s sleep and why it’s beneficial. Sleep is critical to health and wellbeing and as a nation we really aren’t getting enough. With research telling us that a third of us now sleep for just five-to-six […]

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Switch Off For Sleeptember

By Lisa Artis on August 29, 2017

Get set to switch off gadgets before bed this September as part of our awareness month, Sleeptember. That’s right you heard us! We are urging all of you to put down mobile phones, iPads and tablets – even turn off the TV – as part of our annual campaign that highlights the healthy benefits of […]

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Being Uncomfortable In Bed Disturbs Your Sleep

By Lisa Artis on August 11, 2017

Being uncomfortable in bed tops the poll when it comes to the main factor in disturbing sleep! That’s the result from our latest poll which found that just over of quarter of us cite our bed as the main reason we don’t sleep well. Noise and light came second and third respectively with 25% and […]

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Skipping Sleep To Binge On TV

By Lisa Artis on August 4, 2017

Binge-watching has become a normal viewing habit but latest figures from Ofcom reveal that around 10 million Britons have skipped sleep, or made themselves tired, because of binge-watching. The temptation to stay up to find out what happens next is too much for some and the 16-24 age bracket are the worst culprits – with […]

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