Thursday, November 29, 2012
Usually we would advise that the thing to do late at night is go to bed and get yourself a great night's sleep.
But a week today (Thursday 6th December) The Snoozery will be selling our wares as part of Marlow's Late Night Shopping Christmas event...
So if you're in the area between 6pm-9pm (so early evening rather than late night), do pop on down and have a wander about...We've got some lovely Gift Sets that are definitely worth considering...
Our stall will be right outside Barclays Bank, but the whole High St will be closed to traffic with all the shops open and stalls all the way along either side of the street. There'll be music, fair ground rides and who knows what else.
Hope to see you there, but in the mean time, sleep tight.
Fascinating program on BBC One last night - Goodnight Britain - exploring the sleep problems of 5 volunteers, each of whom suffer from a different sleep condition.
Comic at times (Sheila's Victoria Sponge making at 3am) to tragic at others (Gwen hasn't had a good night's sleep for 30 years), it's a real eye-opener (sorry) into the problematic world of sleep.
Having made the diagnoses last night, in Episode 2 - on at 9pm tonight - the sleep experts Dr Kirstie Anderson and Dr Jason Ellis will create a set of treatment plans to help the volunteers sleep better.
Will make for highly interesting viewing...if you missed it, you can catch up on the BBC iPlayer.
Friday, November 16, 2012
What do you get if you cross an insomniac, an agnostic and a dyslexic?
Someone who stays up all night wondering if there really is a dog.
They could clearly benefit from some of our gorgeous Deep Sleep Pillow Spray by This Works
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
The Guardian recently published a good article on how to sleep easier it quotes tips from Professor Colin Espie of the University of Glasgow Sleep Centre as follows :
Friday, November 2, 2012
I recently came across this London- based homeless charity that I thought is doing a highly worthwhile job and wanted to let more people know about it.
At St Mungo's they say "Our mission is to house, support and care for vulnerable and excluded people who either have been, or are at risk of, sleeping rough and homelessness"
From their 2011/12 review they helped provide housing support to 4500 people and their street outreach team helped 430 people off the streets and into accommodation.
Given our core belief here at The Snoozery that everyone deserves a great night's sleep we think they are doing a great job.
If you want to find out more you can click here.