Win A Simba Sleep Matress Topper Worth £249 Ends 29/02/24

In a world that never sleeps, finding the perfect mattress can be a game-changer for your well-being. Simba Sleep, a renowned mattress company, has taken the sleep industry by storm with its innovative approach to creating the ultimate sleep experience. In this blog post, I'll delve into the fascinating story of Simba Sleep, exploring its origins, commitment to quality, and how it has become a global leader in the realm of sleep technology. If you carry on reading to the end you can also win a mattress topper too!

A Visionary Beginning

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Simba Sleep was founded with a visionary goal: to redefine the way people sleep by combining cutting-edge technology with traditional mattress craftsmanship. The company's journey began with a group of individuals who shared a passion for enhancing sleep quality and overall well-being. Their commitment to innovation and customer satisfaction set the foundation for what would become a revolutionary sleep brand.

The Hybrid Mattress Revolution

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One of Simba Sleep's key contributions to the sleep industry is the introduction of the hybrid mattress. Blending the best of both worlds, Simba's hybrid mattresses combine memory foam, conical pocket springs, and responsive comfort layers to create a sleep surface that caters to various sleep preferences. This unique approach has resonated with consumers worldwide, making Simba Sleep a go-to choice for those seeking a balance of comfort and support.

Commitment to Quality and Sustainability

Simba Sleep takes pride in its commitment to quality, ensuring that each mattress is crafted with precision and care. The company places a strong emphasis on using sustainable materials, contributing to a greener and healthier planet. Simba's dedication to eco-friendly practices is evident in their manufacturing processes, from sourcing materials to reducing waste. By prioritizing sustainability, Simba Sleep not only enhances the sleep experience but also strives to make a positive impact on the environment.

Customer-Centric Approach

Simba Sleep's success is not only attributed to its innovative products but also its customer-centric approach. The company understands that every individual is unique, and so are their sleep preferences. Simba Sleep goes the extra mile to provide excellent customer service, offering a trial period for customers to experience the mattress firsthand. This commitment to customer satisfaction has fostered trust and loyalty, establishing Simba Sleep as a brand that cares about its customers' sleep quality.

Win

Simba hybrid mattress topper

So if you are impressed with what you have read, then why not enter my competition today to win a Simba Sleep Hybrid mattress topper worth £249.

Rather than buy a new mattress the Simba Sleep Hybrid Mattress Topper can transform your comfort instantly. It has 2,500 ingenious Aerocoil® springs and a layer or open-cell Simbatex® foam to keep you cooler and more cushioned. Includes removable, washable cover. 

Entry is easy via the Gleam app below and is open to the UK only. So why not enter? You have to be in it to win it! Good luck!


Win A Simba Mattress Topper

263 comments

  1. No screen time an hour before bed,read a book

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  2. a good comfortable bed and pillows, bedroom not too waem

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  3. I think room temperature is very important. Too hot or too cold stops me from sleeping well.

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  4. Hello I have no caffinated drinks after 12pm.

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  5. dont let the room get too hot

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  6. Read a book rather than screen time

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  7. Lavender pillow spray x

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  8. Margaret Clarkson
    Read a good book before bedtime.

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  9. A cool Room and lavender pillow spray!

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  10. like as a child, have a routine it helps your body relax

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  11. Invest in a good mattress and pillow

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  12. Don't keep the room too hot

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  13. Don't keep the room too hot

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  14. I have to try to clear my mind, and play an audiobook and make sure I focus on that and not allow thoughts and worries come into my head x

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  15. I use lavender oil on my pillow

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  16. Try and keep the room quiet from outside noise if you can. And get a bigger bed if your partner snores too close to you :-)

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  17. The best room temperature for comfortable sleep is 65 degrees Fahrenheit 18.3 degrees Celsius. Jo J

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  18. LEAVE THE PHONE DOWNSTAIRS, A SILK PILLOWCASE TO KEEP COOL AND A REGULAR BEDTIME

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  19. switch off gadgets an hour before bed

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  20. Kathleen Marsden1 February 2024 at 16:30

    Switch all lights off ie. Clocks and chargers

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  21. No food after 8 pm, and good pillows

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  22. A knee pillow is great for getting posture right if you have aches and pains

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  23. A knee pillow is great to help with aches and pains

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  24. relax before bed

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  25. Go to bed as soon as you're tired!

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  26. A Dark room, that's warm.

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  27. Air the room during the day if possible and allow some fresh air in the night. Make sure that the room is dark and that the mattress isnt too old

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  28. Leave the window open slightly for a little fresh air.

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  29. Top tip is to avoid screens for an hour before bed

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  30. What works for me is a cool bedroom but a cosy bed. I spray my pillows with lavender spray, rub lavender lotion into the soles of my feet and take two magnesium tablets.

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  31. Don't use phones before sleep

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  32. No coffee/caffine before bed.

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  33. Having a decent mattress and good air flow is a start

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  34. Turn off all screens a hour before bed, also lavender oil on your pillow

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  35. A great pillow

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  36. For me a good night sleep requires to train my body clock to sleep. That means the same bedtime every night and waking up around the same time every morning. I would try to go without caffeine after 4pm and winding down an hour before my bedtime. That means no work, nothing to stressful but something relaxing like a book or a nice warm shower.

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  37. Camomile tea is a great sleep aide

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  38. Choose bedding that is really comfortable and try reading for a while before switching off the light. Magnesium supplements may help.

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  39. I found a good mattress topper helps.

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  40. Choose bedding that is really comfortable and try reading for a while before switching off the light. Magnesium supplements may help.

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  41. A cup of chamomile tea before bed with a book.

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  42. As soon as I feel my eyes get sleepy at night, I turn the light off 🙂

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  43. No screens or caffeine drinks at least an hour before bed

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  44. Setting a sleep schedule (and sticking to it!)

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  45. My tips for a good night's sleep are an electric blanket, and ear plugs .

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  46. No Caffeine late in the evening

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  47. keep away from looking at computers for a good hour before going to bed

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  48. Sleep spray for your pillow. I find it really relaxes me and helps me drift off easier

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  49. Definitely sleep spray. It really helps relax you and I never go without it now

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  50. Just keeping to a routine seems to work for me,

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  51. i always sleep better after a day in the fresh air thank u just perfect and much needed

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  52. a nice mug of hot ovaltine helps me sleep

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  53. Charlotte isobelle1 February 2024 at 20:26

    Coming off your phone at least an hour before bed helps you unwind

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  54. A lavender pillow spray and a good book.

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  55. This might sound a bit weird but I sometimes wear a woolly hat for bed in the winter. It feels really cosy and snug.

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  56. a good comfortable bed and pillows; avoid screen time

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  57. A milky drink and a good book

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  58. I need a cool, dark room as quiet as possible!

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  59. Comfy bedding that helps send you into a drift

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  60. A hot bath before bed and a lavender pillow spray

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  61. Try a little lavender pillow spray to help you drift off.

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  62. On a cold night warm the bed before getting into it.

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  63. On a cold night warm the bed before getting into it.

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  64. Screen detox atleast 1 hr before bed,sleep tea before bed.

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  65. a good foam topper

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  66. A cool (not cold) bedroom, I really don't sleep well if our bedroom is too hot and I can't be the only one.

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  67. Comfortable bed and nice cool room

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  68. I have found that limiting my use of social media for a few hours before bed helps me sleep better. Also reading a book, making sure the room is a cool but not cold temperature and having comfy ear plugs.

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  69. User a meditation app

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  70. Nothing better than a fresh set of linen.

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  71. Stay away from screens for at least 30mins before bed.

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  72. A good book before bed.

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  73. Consciously slowing my breathing down helps me.

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  74. Get exercise and fresh air in the day.

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  75. Lorraine Tinsley1 February 2024 at 23:24

    I find a good night time routine helps and no TV in the bedroom!

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  76. I Spend half hour with my telescope , which helps me to unwind

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  77. turn off electrical devices and try and rest

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  78. Make sure temperature is normal, not too hot or cold, and wind down an hour before bed

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  79. Don't leave it too late to go to bed. No tech or coffee in the hours before bed

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  80. Do not drink coffee after midday and read a book before bed.

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  81. Heat mat for cosying up the bed before hopping in

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  82. Avoid caffeine after 1pm

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  83. No screens in the bedroom

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  84. Buying some blackout curtains has worked very well for me for me. I hadn't realised how much the little bit of light coming in was affecting my wakefulness

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  85. Not being on any screens at least half an hour before bed. I try to read a book or another activity that allows me to unwind before going to bed.

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  86. Work out a sleep routine that works for you, then stick to it.

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  87. Staying away from screens an hour or two before bed.

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  88. No Caffeine after 5pm always works for me.

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  89. A cool room, no screen time a good hour before bed and no caffeine in the evening.

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  90. Make sure your room is completely dark and not too warm.

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  91. lavender tea before bed works a treat

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  92. Avoid looking at any screens for a while before trying to sleep.

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  93. No screens for an hour before bed

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  94. don't be afraid to wear gloves and socks to bed, it can get rather cold

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  95. Don't be afraid to wear socks and gloves to bed, it can get rather cold

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  96. Lorraine Crawford2 February 2024 at 09:55

    Switch of tv an hour before bed, hot chocolate and a book help me relax and get to sleep easier.

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  97. I have to try to clear my mind, and play an audiobook and make sure I focus on that and not allow thoughts and worries come into my head x

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  98. relax with a night cap

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  99. REBECCA Williams2 February 2024 at 10:09

    warm milk, no screen time, black out curtains.

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  100. A nice cool and dark bedroom and a lavender pillow spray helps a lot. - Corinne Peat

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  101. a cool bedroom, cosy bedding and a comfortable bed

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  102. I sometimes find that drinking chamomile tea helps me to sleep.

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  103. I always play my favorite music quietly and that gets rid of thoughts and worries and helps me drift off to sleep

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  104. sleep in a separate room from your snoring husband

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  105. No electronic gadgets 2 hours before bed and a cool temperature

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  106. A set routine at bedtime, that teaches my body it's time to wind down - seems to work well for me!

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  107. No caffeine pm and try relaxing your eyeballs!

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  108. My lavender pillow spray really helps

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  109. my lavender pillow spray really helps

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  110. Cool temperature in the room, pillow spray, and decent bedding

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  111. i recommend a dark room, with no charging lights!

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  112. A good book or a calming podcast will help.

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  113. Peaceful music before bed to clear the mind of the stress of the day

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  114. No I need some tips myself TBH

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  115. Read a good book

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  116. Banish TV's from the bedroom

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  117. Stay off phones or tablets or anything stimulating like playing video games a good couple of hours before going to bed.

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  118. Always ask for husband/wife/partner to read to you at bedtime, sends to off into a deep sleep

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  119. I open the window slightly and lavender pillow spray xx

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  120. comfy pillows and a cosy environment makes for a great nights sleep

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  121. A good book is a must, the library is your best friend in these hard times

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  122. Try going to bed and waking up the same time every day.

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  123. taking time to swith off from the world before trying to sleep

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  124. Keep the room completely dark and cool

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  125. The room has to be completely dark and as cool as you can feel comfortable

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  126. Limit caffeine before bed and avoid stimulation

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  127. Lindsey Smith Try to keep the routine the same and stick to bed time and getting up time within 30-60 minutes to help your body clock stay settled

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  128. I usually have half a pint of water an hour before bed, and make sure I do half an hour of reading (no devices) before i go to sleep. I always sleep well, my husband doesn't but he doesnt't drink enough water and will fall asleep with his phone in his hands

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  129. Switch your phone off before bed

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  130. keep to same wake-up time daily

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  131. Have a routine

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  132. Read a chapter of your book just before dropping off to sleep

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  133. Read a chapter of your book before dropping off to sleep

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  134. Let the cat sit on you – the purring will soon send you to sleep!

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  135. don’t go on your phone in bed😅 something I’m well aware of but cant seem to stop doing!

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  136. A hot drink and a book

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  137. Stay hydrated and enjoy a good book before dropping off

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  138. I like to read a book to unwind.

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  139. Listening to white Noise.

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  140. Michelle Ferguson3 February 2024 at 09:24

    I always turn the telly off and read a book

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  141. I find a nice pillow spray really helps me sleep well.

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  142. try to avoid screen time

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  143. I have no clue...my little boy woke up every 30 minutes...so why I am here, to find idea :D

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  144. No electronics before bedtime

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  145. I tend to get a good nights sleep if I have a warm bath before going to bed.

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  146. I love a mug of Horlicks, nice pillow spray, and a book

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  147. Pillow spray, darkness and no phone in bed

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  148. No phone before bed or in bed, complete darkness and a simba pillow.

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  149. A relaxing bath before bed

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  150. I like a cool room and fleece beding .

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  151. I always recommend earplugs for a good nights sleep. They cut out all the background noise and a partners snoring!

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  152. I always recommend earplugs for a good nights sleep. They cut out all the back grounds noise and a partners snoring!

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  153. I wish I had a tip as I'd like to know myself 😄 I try to avoid technology before bed and read but I still wake up tired every day!

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  154. No phones in the bedroom!

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  155. No phones in the bedroom!

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  156. I think it is important to make your bedroom into a relaxing sanctuary. Make sure your bed and bedding suits your needs and always have fresh air coming in.

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  157. A warm drink and a good audiobook on a timer

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  158. Don't take your problems to bed

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  159. A must in my opinion.
    Tidy room, Tidy mind.
    Comfortable pillows

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  160. Not really. Just no internet before bed, try to relax. Don't get stressed if you it takes a while, it only makes it worse.

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  161. I use a lavender pillow mist and keep a window slightly open. Really interesting reading everyone else's tips

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  162. No tv 1 hour before bed and a warm bedroom

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  163. screens off an hour before bed

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  164. if you can a little bit of fresh air and exercise every day does you good

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  165. No TV or gadgets - read a book sweet dreams

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  166. stay off your phone and enjoy a warm milk and hobey before bed

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  167. Id love to know, my sleep pattern went awol a few years ago, going to have a try a few of other peoples Ideas

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  168. Read for a few minutes and always have a glass of water by the bed

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  169. Stay off your phone a bit beforehand and maybe read a book to decompress!

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  170. No evening caffeinated drinks.

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  171. A quiet dimmed room with no electronic distractions

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  172. A quiet dimmed room with no electronic distractions

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  173. Don't bother 'trying to sleep'. It won't work. Try distracting yourself from trying to sleep, by thinking about something specific. It should be something that is fairly, flat for you, emotionally. So, nothing worrying or exciting. I try to learn a song lyric, just for fun. Or, as a writer, I will try to come up with an idea for a joke or a poem. This technique doesn't always work for me, but it often does, and very quickly too.

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  174. Cuddle the cat!

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  175. Take a long soak in a lavender bubble bath before going to bed!

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  176. I like the room to be in complete darkness and silent

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  177. a hot shower before bed - helps you feel sleepy (I find)

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  178. A cup of horlicks and reading a book

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  179. Hot milk, and a good book

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  180. Hot milk, and a good book

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  181. A nice hot bath and hot chocolate before bed. Also going to bed around the same time each night.

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  182. Claire Lawrenson5 February 2024 at 20:31

    Don't watch anything too exciting or scary right before bed or you'll struggle to get to sleep

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  183. A walk in the fresh air, chamomile tea, valerian drops and no screens in the evening!

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  184. Playing relaxing music like meditation or spa helps me fall asleep and blackout curtains or blinds help to maintain sleep.

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  185. Social Media should have no pillow space

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