Tag Archives: sleep environment

How Caffeine Affects Your Sleep

Dr Nicola Barclay, University of Oxford Sleep Scientist, and John Tuton, Mammoth Founder, discuss the importance of maintaining a good relationship with caffeine and how it affects your body and sleep. Watch the full interview here. NB: We all have a very individual sensitivity to caffeine. Some people are very sensitive to its effects and it […]

Creating a home working environment that doesn’t negatively impact on sleep

Dr Nicola Barclay, University of Oxford Sleep Scientist, and John Tuton, Mammoth Founder, discuss the importance of maintaining that divide between sleep space and workspace. This is a particularly important theme for those discovering remote working for the first time as a result of COVID-19. JT: So, I’m working from home now and finding that […]

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 Tips to Help You Drift Off

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According to research conducted by Opinion Matters on behalf of The Sleep Council, 70% of Brits sleep for seven hours or less each night. The study, which canvassed some 5,007 UK adults to find out more about their sleeping habits, also showed that 27% of people admitted to experiencing poor quality or quantity of sleep […]