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The Bed & Mattress Blog

Why You Should Get A New Mattress

Posted by Darren Clark on Jan 10, 2019 4:37:00 PM

 

Your mattress is important for sleep quality and plays a key role in physical and psychological health. An old or uncomfy mattress can increase problems like back pain, insomnia, stress, obesity, and heart disease, and even weaken the immune system according to the NHS - so what are the signs your mattress may have seen better days?

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The Bedknobs Winter 2018-19 Sale Is Coming!

Posted by Darren Clark on Dec 4, 2018 3:46:00 PM

Sleep is a time of restoration and rejuvenation. A good bed is a good place to start. A good sale is even better.

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Topics: Mattresses, Bed & Mattress Sale

The Benefits Of A Good Night’s Sleep For Improved Sports Performance

Posted by Darren Clark on Nov 16, 2018 5:21:59 PM

We spend a third of our lives asleep, and for good reason. Sleep is required for both physical and mental health. It is a time when the body repairs, restores, and soothes itself.

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Brand Profile: Sleepeezee

Posted by Darren Clark on Sep 21, 2018 1:00:00 PM

Do you want to feel like royalty? Consider investing in a bed or mattress manufactured by Sleepeezee. This company holds a Royal Warrant Of Appointment, which confirms that its products are used by the royal family. The Royal Warrant was issued by Her Majesty the Queen in 1963. Twenty years later, His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales awarded Sleepeezee a Royal Warrant as well. Obviously, the quality of such beds can’t be underestimated…

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Topics: Mattresses, Bed & Mattress Sale, Insider

Brand Profile: Somnus

Posted by Darren Clark on Aug 31, 2018 12:44:56 PM

Somnus is one of the oldest bed and mattress manufacturers in the UK. Established back in 1840, the company has been bringing top-quality furniture to the UK audience for almost 180 years. You too can enjoy Somnus quality in your bedroom, courtesy of Bedknobs!

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How To Choose The Correct Type Of Mattress For You

Posted by Darren Clark on Aug 14, 2018 2:17:08 PM

A mattress can aggravate any existing back problem by either being:

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6 Reasons Why You Need To Replace Your Mattress

Posted by Darren Clark on Jul 6, 2018 12:33:27 PM

Does your mattress need to be replaced? Sometimes people do not notice the adverse changes in their mattress quality and fail to replace it on time. This leads to unpleasant consequences, such as aches and insomnia. Replacing the mattress on a regular basis is the key to having a good night’s sleep.

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Why Does Your Sleeping Position Matter When Choosing A Mattress?

Posted by Darren Clark on Jun 26, 2018 2:46:10 PM

What sleeping style do you prefer? If you’ve never thought about this before, it’s time to find out. The next time you wake up, check which position you are in. The whole world is divided into back, stomach, and side sleepers. Even though the back position is considered to be very good for your body, more than 40% of the UK population prefers to sleep on one side or the other.

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One-Sided Mattress Vs Two-Sided Mattress: Which Lasts Longer?

Posted by Darren Clark on Jun 22, 2018 5:19:10 PM

To flip or not to flip? This question bothers the majority of mattress owners. Is there a single answer to this question? Perhaps one of them lasts longer than the other? At Bedknobs, we took a close look at these two mattress types in order to give you a few definite answers.

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How Important Is A Bed Or Mattress For Alleviating Back Problems?

Posted by Darren Clark on Jun 20, 2018 2:30:19 PM

Did you know that over 10 million Britons suffer from back pain? The pain may vary from slight to intense and from short-term to chronic. More than 5.5 million workdays are lost every year in the UK due to back pain.

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Topics: Mattresses