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Don’t be scared: the benefits of sleeping in the dark

There’s no need to be afraid of the dark, especially at bedtime Many children and even some adults see the darkness as something to fear. We’re brought up on stories of monsters lurking under beds and in closets, only coming out when the sun has set and the moon is high. This can make the […]

Does living in the city lead to sleep loss?

From noise pollution to environmental concerns, is city living stopping you from resting easy? We all know good sleep is important. After all, sleep is one of the cornerstones of good health, alongside nutrition and exercise. Without sleep, we can quickly find ourselves feeling worse both physically and mentally, with lower energy levels, worse concentration […]

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 […]

6 steps to turn your bedroom into a safe haven during lockdown

Finding it hard to sleep easily right now? Changing up the look and feel of your bedroom can help to press the reset button on your sleep patterns. For most of us, we’ve never spent more time at home than in the past month. And chances are you’re feeling more than a little stir crazy. […]

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 […]

The role of sleep in your mental health

Improving your sleep quality goes hand-in-hand with improving your wellbeing It’s no secret that sleep is an important part of staying healthy. It gives your body the rest it needs, but it’s also vital for your mental wellbeing too. Around one in four people experience a mental health problem every year, and as many as […]

Better Sleep Case Study: Matthew Symons, Professional Rugby Player

At 6ft 6 and 19st, finding a bed that is comfortable and supportive is no easy feat for a man the size of Matthew Symons. Yet the Harlequins lock forward found the perfect match in Mammoth, thanks to the Rugby Players Association website and recommendations from other professionals.   Matthew Symons’ rugby career has been […]