24 07, 2017
  • Sleep deprivation

Loneliness can cause sleep deprivation in young adults

By |July 24th, 2017|All Articles, Sleep Science|0 Comments

According to new research, loneliness can be just as bad for sleep as caffeine, money troubles and screen time Research by King’s College, London recently published in the Psychological Medicine journal suggests that loneliness could be the cause of a

19 07, 2017

Better Sleep Case Study: Hollie Webb, Olympic and European Champion GB Hockey Player

By |July 19th, 2017|All Articles, Case studies, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

Hollie Webb and her GB Hockey teammates shot to fame in 2016 after taking gold at the Rio Olympics in one of the most tense climaxes to a tournament in living history. As part of a Women’s team that have

24 06, 2017
  • Sunday Insomnia

Which weeknight is worst for insomnia?

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

We all want to wake up feeling refreshed, but research shows we find it hardest on one night of the week in particular. When it comes to maintaining our overall health, there aren’t many things more important than sleep. Sleep

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
  • Diet is affected by sleep

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

19 04, 2017
  • Anne Dickins

Paralympic Champion and Mammoth Ambassador Anne Dickins retires

By |April 19th, 2017|All Articles, Elite Athletes|0 Comments

Paralympic and World champion para-canoeist Anne Dickins has retired from competitive sport. The chartered physiotherapist and Mammoth Ambassador won gold in the 200m KL3 class at the 2016 Rio Games, gaining Paralympic GB’s 100th medal in the process. Already a

18 04, 2017

Research shows that having children means less sleep for Mum, but not for Dad!

By |April 18th, 2017|All Articles, Sleep Science|0 Comments

A study by the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health found that women with children on average get a worse night’s sleep than women without. While this is hardly surprising, the same piece of research also revealed that the same

10 04, 2017

Melatonin vs. serotonin: the science behind a good night’s sleep

By |April 10th, 2017|All Articles, Sleep Science|0 Comments

Let us introduce you to the two hormones responsible for how well you sleep… At Mammoth, we’re all about the science behind a good night’s sleep. We look closely at the different chemicals and hormones that regulate our bodies and

3 04, 2017
  • RPA official partners

Mammoth sign new exclusive partnership agreement with the RPA

By |April 3rd, 2017|All Articles, Elite Athletes, News|0 Comments

  Mammoth is delighted to announce a new and exclusive partnership with the Rugby Player's Association. As well as continuing to be a Benefits Provider to the players, under the new agreement Mammoth will play a key role in providing

28 03, 2017

How to sleep better with back pain

By |March 28th, 2017|All Articles, Physiotherapy, Sleep Science|0 Comments

According to research conducted by Imperial College London, Arthritis Research UK and the University of Aberdeen, 43% of UK adults suffer from chronic back pain. Back pain, particularly lower back pain, is extremely common and whilst symptoms usually improve within