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Queen Size $1,299
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Technologically advanced layers of Quantum Gel, visco memory foam, natural silk blends and premium HD foam. Grand Master: A class of its own.

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Posted October 3, 2015
Capture All Your Bad Dreams With A Dreamcatcher

Dreams, which occur during the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) stage of sleep, can often feel very real as they bring with them visions, sounds, and even smells that can trigger a whole host of emotions and feelings. While many people have no recollection of their dreams at all, others find themselves very relieved that it was indeed only a dream…

These nightmares can often feel all too real, even as adults, and often wake the dreamer in a state of panic, with a racing heart and breathlessness. No wonder that the traditional Native American Dream Catchers can be found in craft and gift shops all over the world.

dreamcatcher above bed

The History of Dreamcatchers

Dreamcatchers have been part of Native American culture since ancient times, initiated by the Ojibwe tribe and the Lakota. A dreamcatcher was originally made by grandparents on a circle or hoop of dried red willow twigs to represent the sun, with a web of thread made from nettle stalks woven through it, natural feathers hanging down, and one gemstone to honour the one Creator. The earliest intention was to teach natural wisdom – but the Ojibwe believed that the air was full of dreams, and that the good dreams would travel down to the sleeping infant through the feathers. Any slight movement of the feathers, even just a gentle stirring in the breeze, seemed to prove this to them, while the confusing and chaotic bad dreams would be unable to find their way through the knotted web.  

How Dreamcatchers Are Made

These days, dreamcatchers tend to be made from any willow - or other equally flexible and pliable twigs - which should be soaked to form a hoop. Suede or leather lacing can replace the nettle stalks – or even just any thin but strong string – which is then looped around, following the same simple stitch throughout. This creates the web, from which the feathers are then strung. There are tutorials and craft sets widely available – some specifically designed for children – so if scary dreams are an issue for your young ones, making your own dreamcatcher is a lovely activity that may put their mind to rest. 

Whether they really do work, or whether it’s simply a psychological support, doesn’t really matter.  All that matters is a good night’s sleep.

Posted September 25, 2015
Top 8 Films about Dreams

Ever thought a dream was real, or even one you desperately hoped was only a dream? Most of us have experienced dreams, from being chased to falling from a great height, so no wonder dreams and nightmares have inspired so many movies. Read on to find our list of the best movies based on dreams – how many have you seen?

The best dream related movies around

  1. The Wizard of Oz

 Wizard of oz dream

Dorothy is catapulted to the technicolour land of Oz during a tornado in her home state, whereupon she completes a task and learns valuable lessons from people who do seem to look strangely familiar… and then she wakes up to discover it was all a dream. An all-time classic, can there be anyone who hasn’t seen this yet?

  1. Nightmare on Elm Street

 nightmare on elm street dream

Strictly nine films, all gruesome and disturbing – quite literally. An American franchise, child-killer Freddy Krueger – all-too convincingly played by Robert Englund – stalks the teenage children of the people who burnt him alive after he was acquitted on a technicality, killing them in real-life.

  1. Vanilla Sky

 vanilla sky dreaming

A remake of the 1997 Spanish film, Open your Eyes, Tom Cruise’s version is a sometimes demanding and not totally well-received film about lucid dreaming with an underlying moral conundrum – given the choice, would you live in a dream world, or prefer reality?

  1. Dreamscape

 dreamscape dream

The 1984 film starring Dennis Quaid as teenage psychic Alex who joins a government project using him to enter people's dreams. Originally intended to do good, the program is taken over by a baddie – who can even kill via dreams. How will Alex stop him?

  1. Brazil

 brazil film dream

Directed by Terry Gilliam so you know you’re in for a treat. Sam escapes his boring life by being a hero in his daydreams – but then meets the woman of his dream and becomes involved in a tangled web of deceit.

  1. Shutter Island

 shutter island dream

"Which would be worse – to live as a monster, or to die as a good man?" Leonardo di Caprio’s character, Teddy Daniels, appears to be a US marshal, but is actually a demented murderer, and we witness his intricate dreams unfold.

  1. Alice in Wonderland

 alice in wonderland dream

Another, like the Wizard of Oz, which takes us to a surreal and typically dream-like place. A classic based on Lewis Carroll’s captivating novel.

  1. Spellbound

 spellbound film dream

Hitchcock’s masterpiece – complete with Salvador Dali’s dream sequence – explores the unconscious mind and feelings.

Choose your bedtime viewing carefully if sweet dreams are what you’re after.

Posted September 17, 2015
When is the right time to replace your bedding?

If you are like most, chances are you have been using that favourite pillow or quilt for far too long, in fact, a number of health problems and allergy issues can be caused from old or badly kept bedding. Many people do not even think about replacing their mattresses until they become visibly lumpy or saggy, and pillows are usually kept long beyond their recommended life. So, when exactly is the right time to replace your bedding? The answers may shock you!

Your Mattress 

Your mattress should generally be replaced every 5 to 7 years, however you may need to replace your mattress earlier if it is lumpy or you find yourself waking up feeling sluggish or sore. People who spend long periods of time in bed due to health or mobility issues may need to replace their mattresses more often than people who only use their bed to sleep at night. 

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You will also want to vacuum your mattress at least once per month to keep on top of dust mites and other allergens as well as preventing bed bugs and other parasites that can live on or in your mattress. 

Pillowcases and Pillows

Regardless of how much you love the pillow you are currently using, if it's older than 6 months you should be tossing it out. Pillows provide the perfect home for various allergens such as dust mites, pet dander, and bacteria, even if you wash your pillow regularly. 

hydragel memory foam pillow

Pillowcases can also absorb dirt and oil that can cause or increase acne and should be replaced every 12 to 18 months, and need to be washed at least once per week. People who suffer from asthma and/or allergies, or who are acne prone may need to wash their pillow twice or more per week to get rid of allergens, dirt, and oil. 

Quilts and Quilt Covers

bed quilt

As a rule of thumb your quilt or comforter should be washed no less than twice per month and replaced every 4 to 5 years. If you want to extend the life of your quilt you can do so by storing it in an airtight bag or container when it is not in use to prevent it from collecting dust, dirt and mites. Using quilt covers can also extend the life of your quilt, but in keep in mind that you should look to replace your bedding every 3 to 5 years, as well ensuring that it is washed regularly.

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