Category Archives: Sleep education

How to overcome sleep inertia

Sleep inertia: Insane grogginess upon attempting to wake, often accompanied by the knowledge that the act of waking up would prove far worse than the being late for work. If you struggle to wake up, you are not alone. Many not-morning-people find their mornings do not go to plan, every morning. Read more about it,…
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Are you a morning person? Take the quiz to find out

In our previous blog (Are you an Early Bird or a Night Owl?), we looked at how night owls fare in an early bird world, but it seems that many of you are still not quite sure which category you fall into. I would consider myself a morning person, but those close to me would…
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Nap-Ersize: A gym class where you sleep for 45 minutes

Don’t fancy yourself much of a gym-bunny? Well you may need to give it a serious rethink after you hear about a new class offered by a UK-based gym, the David Lloyd Club. The organizers call it “Nap-Ercise” and claim that the class will “reinvigorate the mind, improve moods, and even burn the odd calorie.”…
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Katy Perry knows a thing or two about napping

Google "Katy Perry napping" and you will find a bunch of articles, including pictures of her napping in a hammock, catching a few zzzzs with her cat Kitty Purry, and most recently, dressed in her PJs and fully prepared for a nap for the flight to the One Love Manchester Concert. Katy P is a dedicated…
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Sleep well in the same bed

Whilst some choose to sleep in separate bedrooms, others choose a less rigid solution to their sleep differences. Sleeping well in the same bed as your partner is no longer a pie-in-the-sky dream, it is a Sealy reality. Option 1: Buy one mattress with posture pockets Imagine a mattress that limits partner disturbance by using…
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Socks in bed: Yes or no?

Wearing bed socks is a divisive topic: You either love or hate the idea. Warm feet, happy sleep Wearing socks to bed may help you to fall asleep faster. If you’re one of the many that suffer from cold hands and feet that delay you falling asleep then socks are for you. The National Sleep…
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Firm, plush or somewhere in between?

Let’s take the mystery out of buying the right bed. Below are the basic ‘rules’ when trying to find a mattress you love. Buy a firm mattress if you: • Are a back sleeper • Weigh 100kg or more • Have little or no joint pain Buy a plush mattress if you: • Are a…
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Are you an early bird or a night owl?

Early birds sleep when the sun goes down and rise when the sun comes up. On the other hand, the night owl appears to be ‘out of sync’ with the earth’s biorhythms and if left to choose would sleep from around 2am until 10am each day. The bad news for night owls is that they…
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WIN with Sealy: Share your sleep tips for new moms

The mom in this picture looks super relaxed and energised, right? We all know that's not the truth! There's plenty of advice around the Internet on how to get babies to sleep, but this Mother's Day we're putting the focus on new moms. A recent study reveals that parents of new babies miss out on…
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Want to sleep better? You may need to get a dog

The presence of a dog is a powerful stress-buster. If you're struggling to fall asleep each night due to bedtime anxiety, adopting a dog may be all you need to get a better night’s sleep. Here’s how a dog can benefit your sleep. 1. A dog can help you feel more secure Whether you choose…
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