5 ways to allergy-proof your bedroom

For around 20% of the UK population, spring means the onset of annual allergies The coronavirus continues to dominate every headline, as well as many of our health-related worries, but for many of us this time of year also marks the arrival of another widespread health concern: hay fever. According to the NHS, springtime allergies […]

How to get to sleep when your brain won’t switch off

In these strange times, it’s all too easy to let overthinking keep you up at night Stress and anxiety are common mental health concerns in the UK, but with the coronavirus pandemic still dominating the news and disrupting our daily lives, it feels like nationwide stress levels have never been higher. And this can have […]

Sleep, anxiety and turbulent times – how to maintain sleep quality when times are hard

There’s a lot of stress and uncertainty surrounding the current state of the world. This can have a significant chemical impact on your body and, as a result, heavily influence the quality and quantity of your sleep Even the most laidback person would be hard pressed not to have felt their pulse racing a little […]

Sleep and your immune system

Here’s why a good night’s sleep is key to avoiding illness and staying healthy Updates about the coronavirus have been dominating headlines and conversations for the last few weeks. From regular handwashing to self-isolation, we’re all taking steps to reduce our risk of contracting the virus or passing it on to others. When it comes […]

It’s not you, it’s me: should you consider a sleep divorce?

Whether you’re embracing the spirit of St Valentine in February or not, couples struggling to get decent shut-eye may well want to consider a sleep divorce In films and television we’re bombarded with scenes of loving couples falling asleep wrapped up in each other’s arms. But anyone who shares a bed with their significant other […]