Tag Archives: better night’s sleep

January 3rd is Festival of Sleep Day!

festival of sleep

Here’s why you should celebrate sleep this January We all know that Christmas is far from the most relaxing holiday. With the combination of excess food and drink, regular celebrating, Christmas shopping and late nights, your overall health and sleep cycle can both suffer as a result of the festive season. Which is why Festival […]

Designing your bedroom for the ultimate night’s sleep

better sleep tips

Achieving a restful, restorative night’s sleep should never be left to luck. With the importance of sleep and recovery very much in the spotlight in these modern times, Dr Jonathan Bloomfield, chief scientific officer at Mammoth and expert in fatigue, examines the best ways to design your bedroom to ensure a restful night’s sleep, night […]

Why you should resist the urge to hibernate this autumn

Autumn mornings

Darker mornings and colder weather can make you want to curl up in bed, but here’s why that’s not a good idea It’s no surprise to any of us that sleeping well is vital for your overall health and wellbeing. From your cognitive function to your appetite, sleep affects every aspect of our lives. So, […]

Loneliness can cause sleep deprivation in young adults

Sleep deprivation

According to new research, loneliness can be just as bad for sleep as caffeine, money troubles and screen time Research by King’s College, London recently published in the Psychological Medicine journal suggests that loneliness could be the cause of a reduction in sleep quality among 18 to 34 year olds. According to the findings, young […]

Which weeknight is worst for insomnia?

Sunday Insomnia

We all want to wake up feeling refreshed, but research shows we find it hardest on one night of the week in particular. When it comes to maintaining our overall health, there aren’t many things more important than sleep. Sleep not only helps repair and rest our bodies, but also improves our memory and even […]

Why you should keep your electronic devices at bay in the bedroom

Electronic devices

The dangers of overstimulating the brain before bed are becoming ever-more apparent. Research into sleep science has shown that the proliferation of TVs and mobile devices in particular is causing us to become more restless at night and suffer from interrupted sleep patterns. Dr Glen Kemp of Newcastle’s Science City gives us his view on […]

Case Study: Carly Thornton

Carly Thornton

Bodybuilder and Bodyfitness competitor Carly Thornton knows a thing or two about keeping in shape. Having represented the UK at international competitions around the world, Carly came to Mammoth in search of a mattress that would help her recover faster between sessions in the gym. We caught up with Carly to learn a little more […]