The perfect sleep environment

In order to enjoy a restful night’s sleep, it helps to pay attention to your environment.


You should select the best mattress for you, offering the correct support and comfort for your weight and build. Waking up tired and achy is a sign of a bad mattress selection for your individual body type.


When it’s dark, we release melatonin, which relaxes the body and helps us to drift off. When we see light, our bodies assume it’s time to wake up. Avoid all forms of mobile or computer screens as they radiate blue light, which suppresses our melatonin.


It goes without saying that loud, sudden or repetitive noises can interrupt sleep. One of the best ways to combat this is simply purchasing foam ear plugs or play white noise, the steady frequency of white noise makes other sounds less obvious.

Gadgets & gizmos

TVs, computers, phones and tablets prevent us from falling asleep, and can also be disruptive throughout the night. Beeps, buzzes and even the tiniest standby lights can wreak havoc with the body’s circadian rhythm.


Hot, cold and draughty rooms can seriously impact on your sleep. Your body heat peaks in the evening and then drops to its lowest levels when you’re asleep. If possible, have windows open to maximise cool air circulation in the hot months.


The final step in creating a perfect sleeping environment is to make it relaxing. The bedroom should be an oasis of calm tranquility – uncluttered and devoted to the land of dreams. And a relaxation routine plays an important part in this.


Let us show you the right bed for you in the comfort of your own home or at our private showrooms without the pressure of being in a busy store.

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