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The mystery behind ultimate sleep comfort lies in the fundamental elements of your Silentnight mattress. We understand that your mattress plays an essential role in sleep satisfaction...
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With a range of storage options and headboards, we've got you covered with everyting you could need for a great night's sleep...
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Whether you’re growing or grown, young or old, mum or dad, Silentnight has the perfect bed and mattress for you with over 42 years of experience going into every single one we make from our UAE base.
The simple beauty of waking-up feeling rested, refreshed and ready-to-go is a luxury everyone should be afforded, which is why Silentnight offers a mattress for every type of sleeper, whatever your age, size or sleeping habits.
In the unfortunate event that you experience manufacturing issues, such as faulty materials or workmanship that doesn't meet our high standards, we offer a 5 year guarantee. This includes mattresses, upholstered beds and headboards.
Click the Silentnight Guarantee for further information.
Silentnight UAE operates independently under licensee. As part of the operating license, Silentnight UAE has adopted the same high standards as Silentnight UK.
The bottom line is that we let you dream on your mattress and if you don't like it, you may exchange it for another of your choosing.
Silentnight is confident in offering a 5 year warranty on all mattresses and complete beds against faulty materials and workmanship.
Sleep is essential at any age and is vital for restoring both body and mind, but just how much sleep do you really need to function at your best and what happens if you don’t get enough shut-eye? From the recommended number of hours worth of sleep each age group should be getting every night to the consequences of lost sleep, plus some myths surrounding sleep time debunked, this blog may make you think twice about skimping on important sleep.Read More
With the stresses of daily life, not to mention the worries of the current economic climate, it’s no wonder many of us struggle to get the quality sleep we need. Taking time to relax before bed is important for maximising sleep quality, but calming a racing mind at the end of the day is easier said than done. Whether your aim is to ease your anxiety or you battle with regular sleep disruptions, it’s well worth considering using a sleep app to help you achieve better sleep.Read More
We all know sleep is crucial to our health, but deep sleep in particular is what plays the most powerful part of all. Deep sleep is good sleep and as with every sleep stage, is essential for feeling rested and remaining healthy, so you can function at your best each day. Read on to find out what exactly deep sleep is, the restorative benefits and how much you should be getting each night. Benefits of deep sleep Even though each stage of sleep benefits your overall health, deep sleep is what leaves you feeling rested and restored and has specific physical and mental benefits. Slow wave sleep is when your body releases lots of restorative hormones such as growth hormone and works to build and repair muscles, bones and tissues and is vital to a functioning immune system. It also boosts memory consolidation and cognitive function. What’s more, there’s been discoveries in the past decade that have revealed the brain flushes away harmful waste during deep sleep, the removal of this waste actually helps your brain to process and store memories. The discovery of this brain infrastructure - known as the glymphatic system - brought about new research and innovation, not only about sleep, but also aging, dementia and brain injury, leading to the publication of many research papers. How much deep sleep do I need? Most adults need around 7-9 hours of sleep and this gives the body sufficient time for the deeper stages of sleep, and 12-20% of our over all night time sleep should be deep sleep. If you are suffering from sleep deprivation or get short amounts of sleep over the course of a week, then you may spend more time in deep sleep. Also, as we age, less time is spent in deep sleep and more time is spent in light sleep. What are the signs I’m not getting enough deep sleep? Not getting enough deep sleep can leave you with a feeling of fatigue, along with a number of other negative effects on your body. You may have trouble consolidating new memories and a lack of sleep can lead to an increase in appetite for high calorie food. But by catching up on sleep, you can help to reverse some of these negative effects. If you’re providing yourself with enough opportunity to sleep for the recommended 7-9 hours per night then these could be signs you are not getting enough deep sleep: Not feeling refreshed Feeling drowsy Reduced alertness and attention Find it hard to learn and form new memories Crave high calorific food How can I get more deep sleep? Making sure to stick to a consistent sleep-wake schedule helps to develop a healthy sleep routine for your body. So, getting the quality sleep you need each night goes a long way to helping you get the right amount of deep sleep as our bodies will produce the right amount of each sleep stage if given enough time and the right environment. If you struggle to get the sleep you need, there are a number of things that can help, including: A mattress that offers the right support and comfort levels can play a vital role in helping you fall asleep and stay asleep. Create the best sleep environment - your bedroom should be dark, cool and quiet Aim to go to bed and wake up at the same time each day Get plenty of regular exercise consisting of 20-30 minutes each day. This can be as simple as walking. This exercise should not be too close to bedtime or it may affect your sleep. Eat a healthy diet, and avoid large meals close to bedtime. Reduce your caffeine intake, and avoid caffeine in the evenings. Create a wind-down routine. Find something relaxing such as reading a book, or listening to relaxing music to calm you and signal to your brain that it’s time to go to sleep.Read More