At Silentnight we know every pet is different, which is why we offer a whole range of pet beds, each with something different to offer. The guide below should help you decide which pet bed will suit your dog best.
What happens if you go to bed too late?
Outdoor exercise - good for sleep, mental health & the environment
How to stop snoring
Are lie ins bad for your health?
A morning in bed may seem like the perfect start to your weekend, but a Saturday morning lie-in could be bad for your health according to a study by the Medical Research Council.keep reading
It’s a common complaint that stops our nation from getting a good night's sleep. We’re here to help you, and the rest of the nation manage if you’re someone who sweats at night.keep reading
We're sure you'll agree there's nothing worse than being kept awake at night by unwanted noise. It goes without saying you've probably dreamt of being able to switch the noise to mute every night - if only it were that simple...keep reading
Snoring is common and usually isn't caused by anything serious, although your partner might find the matter very serious indeed. We investigated why we snore, and how to help prevent that.keep reading
Looking after your general wellbeing and mental health is one of the most important things you can do to make sure you live a happy and fulfilled life. The Silentnight team have chosen our top wellbeing and wellness books we think you’ll love.keep reading
We've investigated and consulted the experts to find out what happens when you pull a late night. How does it affect your body and mind?keep reading
We all know there's tons of benefits to staying hydrated. Well, the researchers at Silentnight have rounded up our top 5 tips for getting hydrated before bed.keep reading
Nearly half of Brits admit they are so influenced by their dreams that they let them affect their mood the following day, according to a study by Silentnight.keep reading