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WIN! An eve mattress worth £349!

One lucky reader will win an eve mattress worth £349. Good luck! The product: The coolest mattress on the market has next generation memory foam that provides support while letting air flow through. It ensures you get the comfort and support needed for the best sleep of your life. How to enter: Simply click here to fill in your details in the online form. The competition closes at midnight on 10 November 20 ...

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How to get your little one to sleep

The Wool Room are experts in better sleep and have developed a sleep solution for children using one of the greatest natural materials available to man; wool! Wool has an amazing ability to naturally regulate body temperature, making it absolutely ideal for young children who don’t develop the ability to regulate temperature until they’re two years old. What’s more, unlike synthetic fillings, wool is also n ...

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WIN! A non-contact sleep tracking device to improve your sleep

We are giving one lucky At Home reader the chance to win S+ by ResMed, the world’s first non-contact, sleep tracking device that helps you analyse and improve your sleep from the very first night. What does S+ by ResMed do? S+ by ResMed monitors your breathing and body movement. It also monitors the light, noise and temperature conditions in your room, and it's clever technology can help you sleep more easi ...

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WIN! £100 to spend on getting a great night’s sleep!

Special reader offer: get 15% off* plus get the chance to win £100 to spend on the mySleep website... About mySleep mysleep.resmed.com is ResMed’s new webshop, offering solutions to all kinds of sleep issues, whether it’s snoring, falling asleep, staying asleep or waking up tired. Just fill in the form below and answer the simple question and not only will you qualify for a 15% discount in the Resmed shop, ...

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How to eat your way to better sleep

When people think about food they usually associate it with weight, as it can be a struggle to find a good balance. Have you ever thought about food affecting your quality of sleep? Some foods will help you sleep while others will make it harder. Knowing how food and drink affect the body can help you make better choices during the day and these will help you fall asleep faster in the evening. So, how can y ...

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How to exercise your way to better sleep

When it comes to exercise, sleep experts are all on the same page... ‘Just do it!’ Why? Regular, moderate exercise has proven highly effective not only in helping people lead a healthier lifestyle, but also in helping them get a better night's sleep. Getting started If exercise isn't a part of your regular routine, or if you want to make sure that you're doing the right moves at the right time, here are fou ...

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How to sleep better

We all know that maintaining a healthy weight, getting our five a day and regular exercise are the cornerstones of good health, but we often overlook the impact of sleep. We can feel the consequences of a poor night’s sleep the next day, but we don’t often stop to consider the long-term effects of not getting the quality and quantity of sleep that we need. During the night our bodies work at healing damaged ...

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How to use a baby sleeping bag to aid better sleep

Solid sleep for babies and young children is the dream of most parents. Whilst not a complete answer to sleep problems, a Slumbersac sleeping bag can help babies and children to get off to sleep and reduce the number of times they wake in the night. Follow these simple guidelines to make the most of your Slumbersac: - Build your Slumbersac into baby’s bedtime routine A Slumbersac is a great way to help your ...

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How to help your baby sleep in the heat

Here in the UK we have an obsession with the weather and temperature control.  And with so much written on the importance of keeping babies the right temperature it’s no wonder we parents worry if our baby is too hot or too cold. Temperature regulation in babies is important as they don’t have the ability to safely control it themselves. Because of this, severe overheating in babies has been linked to Sudde ...

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