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How to stay cool in bed when the heat is on

Leg in or leg out? Duvet on or duvet off? When it comes to sleeping during hot, sweaty summer nights, the choices and (torments) are endless. Your bed should be a cool, pleasurable haven to retreat to after a day of fun on the beach (or sweating it out in the office). Yet somehow, it’s hotter than the Devil’s armpit and less tempting than the last burnt banger on the BBQ. If your sleep is being interrupted by too much heat too often over summer, here’s how you can cool down and get ...

National Stop Snoring Week 2016: 5 ways to get snoring under control for a good night’s sleep

TV personality Judge Judy has been accused of it. Arguably the greatest footballer of his generation, Lionel Messi, is rumoured to keep his teammates awake with it. Tom Cruise reportedly does it so loudly, he had a soundproof 'snortorium' built… It doesn't matter whether you’re a celebrity, a member of royalty (Prince Harry, we’re looking at you) or an everyday ‘Joe Bloggs’ - the snoring curse can strike anyone. Snoring cannot be cured, but the good news is that it is controllable. ...

National Stress Awareness Day 2015: How to tackle your stress for a better night’s sleep

In an ideal world, the only thing cocooning you as you sleep would be one of our cosy feather and down duvets. But here at Land of Beds, we understand that – all too often – it’s stress that can shroud you at night-time, preventing you from enjoying a much-needed restful sleep. In honour of National Stress Awareness Day, 4 November, we’ve taken a look at five practical steps you can take to regain control if you’re feeling overwhelmed by the pressures, commitments and demands of ...

Sleeping during pregnancy: Comfort in every trimester

Congratulations on your happy announcement! News that you’re expecting is a special time for a new mum-to-be. Your body is going through rapid, incredible changes on a daily basis – and now, more than ever, it’s crucial to get a good night’s sleep in the… First trimester It’s common to feel tired (possibly even exhausted) during pregnancy and especially during the first 12 weeks. “Hormonal changes at this time can make you feel tired, nauseous and emotional,” advise NHS ...

World Mental Health Day 2015: How sleep affects your mental health

This Saturday (10 October) marks World Mental Health Day 2015 – a global opportunity to reflect on how we can all best support ourselves to have a positive mindset. As with all aspects of maintaining good health, the quality of the sleep you get is crucial. Mind, the mental health charity, report that: “There is a close relationship between sleep and mental health. Many people who experience mental health problems also experience sleep problems.” Mental health problems that are ...