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The Beauty of Poetry and Sleep

Spring is finally upon us. Blossom is falling, daffodils are sprouting and the weather could finally be getting warmer. The last part may just be wishful thinking, but we are most definitely in April now, and with that comes National Poetry Month. Now, this may be an American celebration of all things poetic, but here at Time 4 Sleep, we reckon that Britain is home to many a good poet too, many of whom have written some incredible verse on all things sleep related. Though there is no disputing ...

How to cope with Game of Thrones-related tiredness

Let's be honest, Monday mornings are always a bit of a pain when you have to be up early for work after a weekend full of fun and frivolity. However, for anyone who is a fan of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones - and judging by the talk around the office this morning, that's pretty much everyone - this particular Monday morning just got that little bit harder. In the past, major US TV shows premiered across the pond first, with viewers in the UK not able to lay eyes on their favourite programme...

International Pillow Fight Day is coming on April 5th...

Tomorrow (April 5th) marks International Pillow Fight Day, when people congregate in city squares around the world to settle their differences in the best way possible: with pillows. Naturally, International Pillow Fight Day is a pretty big deal here at Time4Sleep - and to demonstrate our mastery of Pillow-Fu, we've come up with a series of devastatingly powerful moves. Warning: these moves should be performed by trained professionals only!  ...

An important announcement from Time4Sleep: Meet the dream tech set to transform your troubled sleep!

Don't you think it's time your bed started pulling its own weight? If simply offering a comfy place to lay your head after a hard day is no longer enough, we've some extremely exciting news… What if your bed had the power to help banish bad dreams, soothe your night-time troubles and actively prevent you falling out in the night? Let us lift the curtain on the amazing - and possibly unbelievable - vibrating and inflating 'Bad Dream Catcher' (BDC) mattress topper from Time4Sleep! This innovativ...

The problem with British Summer Time

On the last Sunday in March, we move into British Summer Time (BST). Firstly, we'd just like to clarify that, despite our title, this is absolutely fine by us. The clock-changing transition marks the start of perfect picnic weather (fingers crossed), the chance to give those bright summer clothes an airing and the kind of sunny days that put a lot of smiles on a lot of people's faces. However, the clocks skipping forward can send our body clocks out of kilter, and herein lies the problem with Br...

Birmingham Crowned 'Fit For A King'

It’s official – the people of Birmingham live like kings, after shopping research reveals that Birmingham are the nation’s biggest buyers of king size beds. The research* by online bed retailer Time4Sleep.co.uk, delves beneath the sheets to analyse bed sales throughout the UK, revealing a super-size increase in the popularity of larger beds. Size does matter to the nation’s sleepers, as the online retailer also reports that sales of ‘super’ king size beds are up by a whopping 78% in ...

Why buy a new bed?

When you think of March, do you automatically think of your bed? Gradually improving weather and the promise of a bit too much chocolate at Easter may not have you daydreaming about snuggling down under your duvet as a cold frosty winter might, but there's one very good reason to turn your thoughts to your bed this month: March is The Sleep Council's National Bed Month. This campaign aims to remind everyone just how important getting a good night's sleep is, and to raise awareness of the role a ...

How to recover from a sleepless night

Try as we might to get a good eight hours of shut-eye every night, there will always be times when we have to go to work not feeling our best - whether we were kept awake by worries, an ill-advised midweek night out, or just stayed up playing games and lost track of the time! If you find yourself in this situation more often than you'd like, it can indicate a bigger problem: long-term sleep deprivation can harm your health, your concentration and your mental well-being, and it's a good idea to s...

Sleep and Children: Snoozing isn't always easy

As adults, at the end of the day there are few things nicer than crawling into bed. There are a whole eight or so hours of peaceful sleep time ahead of us – or so we dream, until we're woken in the dead of night by a bang or a shout coming from the kid's room. There are few things that can rival the horrific sinking feeling of being woken by a child's scream following a nightmare, and as a parent it's incredibly distressing to see your child in such a state. Sleep problems in children are by ...

Sleep like an Olympian

As per usual, when there's a big sporting event taking place, there's no escaping it. The Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics have been no exception, especially with the nation keen to relive the highs experienced during the incredibly successful London 2012 games. The Winter Olympics may only last for 16 days, but the preparation and legacy that's typically left behind spans a much greater length of time. This time around, the legacy of the games is to be left in the hands of Russia, but the prep...

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