The Differences between a Mattress topper and a Mattress mattress protector
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
Mattress toppers and protectors – what’s the difference? If you aren’t in the know, this could be a difficult question. Here at Dormeo, we know (nearly) everything to do with making your night’s sleep more comfortable. But sometimes that means we take our knowledge about all the different products for granted. We frequently get queries about toppers and protectors and, more often than not, these questions are based on a misunderstanding about the two products. This article will go through both mattress toppers and protectors, helping you understand what they are and how they are used to help y ..read more
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The 12 Most Utilised Tips to Fall Asleep
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
Do you need tips to fall asleep? Sometimes no matter what you do, sleep seems to evade you. Whether that’s because of something in your daily routine, a high caffeine intake or poor sleeping conditions – turning to tips to fall asleep is often the only way to get your rest. Luckily, at Dormeo, we study sleep enough to know how vital good quality slumber is, and the range of methods some utilise to ensure they wake up feeling rested. We’ve compiled the most hashtagged sleep tips and tested them out to see if they will help you or someone you know catch some much needed zzz’s. 1.Sleeping with a ..read more
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HALLOWEEN NIGHTMARES! BUT What are the meanings of dreams?
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by Joe Mckenzie
1y ago
Bad Dreams? What do they mean? It’s dark outside and the wind is howling at your front door, the rain is hammering against the windows. The doorbell rings. You slowly creep to the front door, not knowing what terrors could be lurking outside. Opening the door slowly, you are presented with the most foul-looking demon, a pointy hat-wearing witch with broom, and an Egyptian mummy wrapped in toilet roll bandages. The shriek of “TRICK OR TREAT!” sends a shiver rippling through your body with horror: you forgot to buy sweets! We have all faced this nightmare at one point. Similarly, we all have had ..read more
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How much rest for success? 10 leader’s sleep habits compared
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
When it comes to finding success in life, sleep plays a big role in making sure that you’re rested and ready to face the day. But, while experts say that an adult should get between 7–9 hours of rest every night (Sleep Council), some of the world’s most successful people don’t follow that advice, spending much less time asleep than is recommended. To get a better sense of who’s skimping on sleep and who isn’t, we decided to look at the habits of ten highly successful people. The people we’ve chosen range from politicians to sports stars to CEOs of huge companies, ensuring we get an insight int ..read more
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5 Rules that Anyone Can Follow to Simplify Sleep
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
For many people, sleep can be a complicated bedfellow. Whether you’re well rested some nights and not others or you just can’t seem to get enough sleep at all, it can often seem like the dream of the perfect night’s rest is out of reach. In fact, only 6% of British people are, on average, getting at least 8 hours every night (Chemist4U), which shows it’s a widespread problem. However, while there are quite a few serious medical reasons why you might not be getting enough sleep, there’s a very good chance that something in your daily routine is holding you back. Getting good sleep doesn’t have ..read more
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5 Tips for Improving the Air Quality in Your Bedroom
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
When you think of the typical factors that can disrupt sleep, it’s likely that air quality isn’t one of the first things that springs to mind. While the likes of noise, caffeine, alcohol, and being too hot or cold probably make the list, it’s easy to overlook the air that we breath and how it impacts our rest. When you think of the typical factors that can disrupt sleep, it’s likely that air quality isn’t one of the first things that springs to mind. While the likes of noise, caffeine, alcohol, and being too hot or cold probably make the list, it’s easy to overlook the air that we breath and h ..read more
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11 dreamiest UK Airbnbs for an amazing night’s sleep
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
Lots of us have been struggling to sleep of late, so a little rest and recuperation is in order. That’s why we’ve rounded up the 11 dreamiest Airbnbs in the UK for an amazing night’s sleep. A staycation at one of these properties is sure to leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. See locations of all 11 properties on a Google Map here Oak Tree Domes, Ceredigion, Wales Oak Tree Domes, Ceredigion, Wales There are four dome houses at this farm, each nestled under its own mighty oak tree. Lie back in bed and look up through the viewing window as you drift off to sleep, or draw back the curtain ..read more
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Study: Staff sleep better when they get more natural light at work
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
New research has found that people who work in offices that get high levels of natural light sleep for an average of 37 more minutes each night and are better at decision making. The study, which was carried out by researchers at the University of Illinois, saw 30 workers spend a week in an office with windows mostly covered by a fabric blind, followed by a week in an office that had electronically tinted glass, which can be adjusted to maximise daylight. The office spaces were identical in layout and furnishings, with the only difference being the lighting. After working in both environments ..read more
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The new abnormal: Have you been having vivid lockdown dreams?
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
Since lockdown began in March, many people have had to adjust to changes in their day-to-day lives that are new and strange. The situation has impacted sleep habits in quite a few ways, ranging from difficulties with sleep routines to the increased importance of bed hygiene, but many people have also reported a new change to their rest: having much more vivid dreams. One way to see this in action is by looking at Google Trends data, where searches for “weird dreams” and “vivid dreams” doubled in volume in April. This means that twice as many people are logging on to try and find out why they’v ..read more
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Coronavirus: 5 Sleep Tips for Surviving Lockdown
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by Phil Lawlor | Sleep Expert at Dormeo
1y ago
Since mid-March, the UK has been in a state of lockdown to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. But, while the order to stay indoors for most of the day protects us from the virus, it’s impacting our health in other ways — for example, you might be struggling with back pain from poor posture and a lack of vitamin D from the sun. These problems are new for many people, and they’re having to make adjustments to manage them. But, perhaps most concerningly, lockdown is having a major impact on the nation’s quality of sleep. This is particularly important at the moment, as sleep is directly linked to your ..read more
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