Between all that Christmas shopping, parties and family visits, the Christmas and New Year season can leave you short on time and sleep. Partying the night away rather than resting up in bed after a long week at work can certainly take its toll so, with that in mind, we’ve prepared some sleep tips to help you through what can be a very tiring month! Stick to your normal sleep routine – If you have an evening holiday party to attend.
Sleep tips for the Christmas Party Season
Tips for keeping warm and cosy this winter
The weather’s taken a very wintry turn lately and with more cold snaps and northerly breezes on their way, we thought now would be a good time to share our tips for staying warm this winter. Before we begin, it’s important to note that latex mattresses are great insulators and unlike memory foam, they don’t overheat, so if you want to stay nice and toasty in bed this winter, make Dunlopillo your first port of call! Wear more layers. Instead.
Supporting BBC DIY SOS – Children in Need Project
We are delighted to be supporting the BBC DIY SOS team with their amazing Children in Need project this year, by donating a number of beds to help with the rebuild of a support centre for volunteer-led charity The Roots Foundation Wales. Based in Swansea, The Roots Foundation Wales was set up by an inspiring individual Emma Lewis, who with the crucial support of an amazing team gives the desperately needed help and support to young people in care, children.
5 Ways Sleep Benefits Your Mind
When you’re sleep deprived your cognitive functioning plummets making it much harder than normal to go about your day. This can pose a serious threat to your mood, your memory and more. The Sleep Council recommends for the average 18 – 65 year old to get seven to nine hours of sleep each night in order to reap the benefits of a proper night’s rest. Below are just a few ways getting regular, restful sleep can transform your mind, and ultimately, your life..