The secret to a great night's sleep

Silentnight Sleep News | 2015

Sleep news that Silentnight reported on in 2015

New Year, better sleep, new you?

We all know that sleep is essential, yet three quarters of us suffer from dangerously low levels.

 As the nation welcomes in 2016 and sets themselves some new years resolutions, why not aim to get a bit more kip? You'll probably find other aspects of your life improve as a result.

 Our resident sleep expert, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, has given her top tips on how to get more sleep in 2016.

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Expert advice to get the kids to sleep this Christmas

It's Christmas! The most exciting time for children, however, now the festivities are in full swing, the sleep routine you've worked so hard on all year, is likely to suffer.

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Have humans evolved into ‘supersleepers’?

In a recent article on the Mail Online, it was suggested that humans spend less time asleep than any other mammal. This includes our nearest relatives, primates.

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Have a safe Christmas with Silentnight

At Silentnight HQ, we're feeling very festive.  

Plans have been made, our presents are waiting under the tree, the turkey's been ordered and everyone is starting to get into the Christmas spirit.

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Safe Nights bags two more parenting awards

We are celebrating yet more awards here at Silentnight, as our Safe Nights Memory Wool Cot Bed Mattress has received the Gold award in the Mother and Baby 2016 awards for Best Nursery Product. Not only that, it's got Bronze in Best Sleep Product too. We attended the awards last week and took to the stage to collect our awards.

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Don’t let the excitement knock your families sleep pattern this Christmas

 It's the most exciting time of the year for children, and once school finishes for Christmas, the excitement really starts to become infectious!

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At Silentnight, we know the secret to a great night’s sleep

You have the total reassurance of knowing you are choosing a quality product from the UK’s biggest bed manufacturer with 70 years of bed making heritage