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Can sleep improve your memory?

sleep and memory

If you are struggling to remember things throughout the day, your sleep quality could be to blame. We all struggle to remember things from time to time, and there are many factors which may contribute to this. However, if you’ve found that you’re feeling foggier and more forgetful than usual, it could be due to […]

Research suggests that simply thinking you have a sleep disorder could cause health concerns

sleep disorder

Worrying about not sleeping could be just as bad for your sleep health as an established sleep disorder, creating a vicious cycle A review published in Behaviour Research and Therapy suggests that thinking you have a sleep problem, even if you don’t, can be just as detrimental to your wellbeing as actually suffering from a […]

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 […]

Mammoth Ambassador, Anne Dickins paddles her way to an MBE in the New Year’s Honours list

Anne Dickins

The team at Mammoth are delighted to announce that Olympic and World Paracanoe Champion, Anne Dickins, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours list. Anne, who is also a Chartered Physiotherapist and mother of two, first took up paracanoe after London 2012. She has been a Mammoth Ambassador since 2014 when […]

Practitioner Interview: Rob Artingstall, Salford Red Devils

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Rob Artingstall is a Consultant Physiotherapist at the Spire Hospital in Manchester and Head Physiotherapist for Salford Red Devils Rugby League.  Rob works both in elite sport treating and rehabilitating professional athletes, and in private clinic, treating members of the public. Working across the health spectrum, he describes his work as varied and interesting. But […]

CSP competition winner doesn’t like to be parted from her Mammoth

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Earlier in 2016 Linda Jackson won a Performance Pocket 2000 as part of a magazine competition run by Mammoth.  We caught up with Linda recently to find out how she was enjoying life on her new mattress. She told us her views on being a competition winner, handling the work–sleep balance and missing her Mammoth […]

Case Study: Simon Danielli, Retired Scottish and Ulster Rugby Player

Simon Daniellie

With 32 caps and 8 tries for Scotland, retired international rugby player, Simon Danielli, has had a career that most budding rugby players would dream of. The former Bath, Borders and Ulster wing was forced to retire in 2012, however after a catalogue of injuries, and the 35-year-old knows only too well how a demanding […]

Michelle Brannan Guest Post: The success or failure of a gym regime could rely on the quality of your sleep

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The clocks going forward can often energise people to start their summer fitness plan. With the beach beckoning and the weather starting to improve, you’ll see the gyms start to fill up again and the pavements being pounded by runners taking advantage of the lighter nights. I see this happen every year, both at elite […]

Case Study: Anne Dickins, World Champion Para Canoeist and Chartered Physiotherapist

Anne Dickins

We speak to Great Britain’s champion para canoeist, busy physiotherapist and Mammoth mattress user, Anne Dickins.   How did you get into para canoeing? I used to be an endurance mountain biker until I experienced a back injury in 2011, which left me with a permanently weak leg, making it impossible for me to race […]