26 05, 2017

7 bedtime hacks to help you achieve a good night’s sleep

By |May 26th, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice|0 Comments

There is both an art and a science behind getting a good night’s sleep every night. So, what can you do to improve your sleep pattern? For most of us, life feels constantly busy. Between work, travelling, social commitments, housekeeping

14 05, 2017
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Being tired makes food smell more appetising, research shows

By |May 14th, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice, Sleep Science|0 Comments

According to a recent study, healthy eating becomes a lot more difficult when we’re sleep deprived No matter how dedicated we are to eating healthy, some days can feel a lot harder than others. Sometimes the desire to indulge in

24 03, 2017

The Science of Comfort: Taking sleep seriously

By |March 24th, 2017|All Articles, Dr Jonathan Bloomfield, Expert Advice, Health Professionals, Sleep Science|0 Comments

In his second article for The Science of Comfort blog, Mammoth’s Fatigue and Human Performance specialist Dr Jonathan Bloomfield explains why a drastic change in attitude may be necessary for us to get the sleep quality our bodies need. Ok,

17 03, 2017

How to avoid damaging your sleeping pattern when the clocks go forward

By |March 17th, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice|0 Comments

On Saturday night, the clocks leap forward one hour. But what does this mean for our bodies, and what can we do to minimise the damage? Spring forward, fall back. Yes, it’s that time of year again. Losing an hour

10 03, 2017
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Fatigue: The Enemy of Human Performance

By |March 10th, 2017|All Articles, Dr Jonathan Bloomfield, Expert Advice, Sleep Science|0 Comments

In his first article for The Science of Comfort blog, Mammoth’s Fatigue and Human Performance specialist Dr Jonathan Bloomfield introduces himself and explains why it’s never been more important to understand the science of sleep. It’s great to be here

24 02, 2017
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A Good Night’s Sleep: According to Science

By |February 24th, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice, Sleep Science|0 Comments

A good night’s sleep might seem like the most subjective thing in the world, but there is actually a science behind determining how well rested you are. If you wake up feeling bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, chances are you’ll assume you slept

1 02, 2017
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Sleep science: How much sleep do you really need?

By |February 1st, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice, Sleep Science|0 Comments

By now we all know that sleep is important. We spend a third of our lives asleep and we can go for longer without food than we can without sleep. Yet in the 21st century, our lifestyles are becoming less

1 02, 2017
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Here’s how you can go back to sleeping like a baby

By |February 1st, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice, Sleep Science|0 Comments

Often in childhood, we follow strict night-time routines, where television before bed is limited, baths are taken at the same time each evening and lights are out the same time each night. In our teenage and adult years we have

1 01, 2017
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Ditch the snooze button – why having too much sleep could be a major health hazard

By |January 1st, 2017|All Articles, Expert Advice, Sleep Science|Comments Off on Ditch the snooze button – why having too much sleep could be a major health hazard

In modern day society we seem to be programmed to count down the days, even the hours, to the luxury of a weekend lie in. And although it is true that being well rested is essential for good health, recent

21 12, 2016
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Why sleep and comfort are the first line of defence against poor health

By |December 21st, 2016|All Articles, Expert Advice, Health Professionals, Physiotherapy, Seating, Sleep Science|0 Comments

Mammoth's Human Performance Specialist, Dr Jonathan Bloomfield, investigates how sleep and comfort can have a profound effect on health and wellbeing. Before we can consider how best to improve sleep among the general public, we must first understand the scale