WORLD SLEEP DAY
March 15 2018
World Sleep Day is an internationally recognised annual world event created by The World Sleep Society to educate and inform people on the importance of good sleep and its impact on our mental and physical health.
The quality of our sleep has a major impact on our health and wellbeing. Poor sleep may lead to chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, hypertension, obesity and depression.
ABOUT SLEEP, HEALTH & WELLNESS
The temperature of your room is really important for you to sleep well. During the night your body temperature drops and your body will lose heat mainly through your head and face as these are usually the parts that are not covered by the duvet.read more
Sunlight is a natural, positive source of energy during the day but at night, light can disrupt your deep and restful sleep. The light from the rising sun is the body and brain’s most powerful signs for it to wake up.read more
Sleep experts all believe that a bedroom should be a place for sleep and relaxation with no TV set in the room. Watching television in the bedroom might tempt you to stay up later and you may then find it harder to unwind after watching something stimulating.read more
Goose down and goose feathers are not the same thing! Feathers have a much stronger structure compared to down clusters and consist of a hard shaft and adjoining laments. That is why goose feathers are ideal for people who need rm pillows. The feather pillow is able to carry the weight of your head and therefore provide proper support for your neck.read more
Choosing the filling in your duvet and pillows is as important as choosing good under-wear. You would never choose to drink French Champagne from a plastic cup, so why would you place poor quality pillows and duvets in your beautiful linen? The type of filling and correct weight of your duvet and pillow are important for you to sleep well.read more
Dust mite allergy is an allergic reaction to tiny bugs that commonly live in house dust. Signs of dust mite allergy include sneezing and runny nose. Many people with dust mite allergy also experience signs of asthma, such as wheezing and difficulty breathing.read more
Good sleep is vital for our physical and emotional health. Poor sleep is associated with increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and obesity, greater risk of accidents, lack of motivation and alertness at work, mood swings, irritability and depression. The impact on relationships and overall happiness is also negative.read more
The bedroom environment has a major impact on the quality of your sleep. Improving it is important for maintaining good health.read more
We spend a large part of our lives in our bedrooms. They are not only where we sleep but also private sanctuaries where we can relax, reflect and restore our energy… surely that is why our bedrooms are the most important rooms in our homes!read more
Did you get your beauty sleep? Sleep is the most powerful rejuvenation treatment in the world. After a good nights sleep we feel happier, healthier, younger and more beautiful!read more