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  • How Sleep Impacts Our Mental Wellbeing. And Vice Versa

    The relationship that exists between the quality of our sleep and our mental wellbeing is a close one. Either of the two can have an adverse impact on the other. Poor sleep can affect our mental health, causing us to worry and experience anxiety. In turn, this leads to a further decline in the quality of our sleep. The result is that we feel tired and sluggish the next day, and it is this lethargy that makes recovering from mental health issues even more difficult. It can also mean that treatments are less efficient.

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  • Top Tips for Choosing the Best Mattress

    Choosing a mattress is all about personal preference. Factors such as budget and size play a role, but so does your natural sleeping position. What feels like heaven to one person can mean morning aches and pains for another. What complicates the decision even further is the huge range of available options, both online and in your high street store.

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  • Natural Tips and Tricks for Better Sleep

    Most people at one time or another will experience a period of insomnia. It’s never pleasant, and is one of those annoying things that the more you worry about, the worse it gets. Insomnia is often brought on by a lifestyle change like a new job, new living arrangements or stress. Using devices such as smartphones and television before bed can also cause sleep issues. While it may be easy to find the cause of your sleeplessness, it’s not always so easy to fix it.

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  • How Diet Affects Our Sleep

    What we eat and drink can have more of an impact on our sleep than many people think. According to scientists, a low fibre diet, high in saturated fats, can help against nightmares and sleepwalking. Too much sugar causes us to wake up in the middle of the night more frequently. Alternatively, a balanced diet that’s high in fibre and low in refined sugars can help us fall asleep faster. A balanced diet also leads to a reduction in weight which makes us less likely to experience sleep apnoea, snoring, restlessness and insomnia.

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  • Could a Floatation Session Help You Sleep Better?

    Investigative research into flotation therapy suggests that it can create states of deep relaxation similar to those achieved by experienced practitioners of meditation. But what is flotation therapy, and how can it help you reach a better quality of sleep?

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  • Here's How to Make Your Small Bedroom Look More Spacious

    Small bedrooms are especially difficult to furnish and decorate. The main reason for this is the bed. It’s an essential piece of furniture of course, but it does take up a huge chunk of the room. There are, however, ways to achieve a more generous sense of space. Just follow these simple tricks to fool the eye.

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  • Symptoms and Treatments of Hypersomnia

    We all feel sleepy after a restless night. Without a good night's rest staying awake and alert throughout the following day can be a challenge. But some people feel excessively tired despite having enjoyed a good night's sleep. These individuals may well be experiencing the condition known as hypersomnia.

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  • Nightstands for Modern Bedrooms

    There are many considerations to bear in mind when choosing a bed stand. Most of us put a great deal of time and effort into choosing the bed and mattress and treat the nightstands as a kind of afterthought. This is a pity because the right nightstand can add a lot of personality and style to a bedroom.

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  • What's Stealing Your Sleep?

    If you're waking up in the morning after a night's rest feeling still tired, unrefreshed, and not quite yourself, then there could be any number of causes. In this article, we'll take a look at some that you might not be aware of.

     

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  • How to Pick the Perfect Wardrobe

    If the bed is the most important piece of furniture in the bedroom, then the wardrobe comes a close second. It provides hanging and storage space for clothes, shoes and other items such as spare blankets. Yet studies have shown that over 60% of people don’t have a wardrobe in their bedrooms, with many younger homeowners opting for freestanding clothes rails rather than spending the money on a proper wardrobe. Continue reading

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