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If you have problems falling asleep or staying asleep at night, then making a few key adjustments to your lifestyle could make the world of difference. Before reaching for the sleeping pills, try these changes to see if they can help you to get a better night’s sleep.


If you’ve ever booked a long-haul flight, you’ll know that the excitement of the trip can quickly be overshadowed by the daunting prospect of trying to sleep on the plane! Limited legroom, sunlight from your neighbour’s window, noisy passengers and people climbing over you can all combine to create the worst sleeping conditions ever.

But it’s not all doom and gloom. With a few tips and tricks, you can get some good quality shut eye and wake to feel refreshed for your trip. 


Whether you’ve recently purchased a new mattress or you’re looking for ways to extend the life of your current one, it's more than likely that you’ve been advised to invest in a good quality mattress protector.

But, are they really necessary?


In today’s busy world, it is often difficult for people to switch off and go to sleep at night. From worrying about work to stressing about shopping, there are a whole host of things that start ticking through the brain when it’s time to sleep. 


With chaotic halls of residence, hectic lifestyles and stressful exams, it is no wonder that students often find it difficult to sleep well! From noisy flatmates to late nights in the student union, even the heaviest of sleepers can find it tricky to get some good quality shut-eye at university. So, here are some tips on how to get a good night’s sleep even when the rest of the world seems like it is partying until 5 am!

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