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First class comfort layers of natural latex and premium high density comfort foam combined with our exclusive DND Coil all ensure an incredible night's sleep.

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Enhanced use of technology and comfort, delivers you a durable all round mattress that will last the distance. Supra value, Supra comfy, Supra choice!

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 September 21, 2016
Tips for getting to sleep in your new home

If you’re moving to a new home you will inevitably have a whole host of emotions swirling around your head, from excitement and anticipation to stress and anxiety. While these feelings are all perfectly natural and understandable given the circumstances of negotiating a move, it can also cause some sleepless nights both before and after the move.

However, at Oz Mattress, we’ve got some great tips on helping you to get to sleep in your new home, so that what seems unfamiliar at first will soon feel like home. Then you can relax, sink into your bed and get a sound night’s sleep.

Make room

moving house

Naturally when you move there is a lot of unpacking to do and there is a big temptation to put it off beyond unpacking the essentials. But when it comes to creating an area conducive to sleep the last thing you want is to be boxed in on all sides. It’s not realistic or necessary to unpack everything at once, but do your best to clear as much space as possible in your bedroom, particularly around your bed. Not staring at a room full of boxes while you’re trying to sleep will help you switch off and rest, rather than stress about the mountain of unpacking.

Make your bed

make your bed

We all love the smell and feel of fresh sheets and while you may be exhausted from all the stress and physical exertions of moving house, taking 10 minutes to make up your bed properly will make all the difference. It’s all part of making your room feel as familiar as possible, with your favourite pillows and duvet, as well as a few familiar things like ornaments or photos.

Freshen up

Naturally, your new home will have a different smell to your old one. Spraying your favourite air freshener or lighting some scented candles, will help give it a more familiar smell that will make you feel more relaxed.

Stick to your usual routine

Most people have some form of bed time routine, whether it’s reading a book, listening to music or doing yoga. Whatever your bedtime routine, try to stick to it as much as you can. This will help you adapt better to your new surroundings.

With these helpful hints, you’ll be sure to get a better night’s sleep in your new home giving you renewed energy to get the rest of your house in order.

Posted September 14, 2016
Is Sleeping In Headphones Bad For You?

We all know that getting a good night’s sleep is key to staying fit and healthy. Sleep deprivation not only makes us feel tired and groggy, but can also have a detrimental effect on our health including our immune systems and mental and physical functions.

Everyone has their own tactics to help them drift off, and we all know that investing in a quality Oz Mattress will help make you comfortable, but can things like listening to headphones in bed affect your sleep or is it just a myth?

Does it affect your sleep?

Science has come a long way in understanding how the human body and brain works when we’re asleep, but there is still a lot that we don’t understand.

sleeping french bulldog

Some research suggests that listening to music before you sleep can help to relax you, helping you to fall asleep quicker and listening to music while you’re asleep can also help to improve memory. But it really does depend on the individual person, as well as the type of music you listen to and at what volume. Listening to loud music for prolonged periods of times on headphones can cause damage to the ear drums and music such as heavy rock also has the potential to over-stimulate the brain, making you feel more awake rather than sleepy.  

Furthermore, if you fall asleep with the music still playing, as the brain goes into a state of rest, the sound is automatically enhanced, which again stimulates the brain causing interruptions to your sleep patterns and possibly even waking you up.

What are the risks?

If you are listening to music on headphones while you’re asleep then there are some risks to be aware of. Firstly, the potential for disrupted sleep can mean that you’re not getting enough rest for your body to recover from the day’s exertions, which can lead to lethargy, headaches and affect your mental wellbeing.

Secondly, if you’re sleeping with wire headphones, there is also the risk of the wires becoming tangled and wrapped around your neck, restricting your breathing while you’re asleep. Additionally, while it blocks out the distractions that may keep you awake, it can also block out sounds that should wake you up, such as a fire or intruder.

In an ideal world, the best course of action is to ditch your headphones, but if music is the only way you can drift off, try using a speaker instead that you can set to switch off after a period of time, so it doesn’t wake you up and disturb your sleep.

Posted September 10, 2016
5 Reasons You Should Have A Lazy Sunday

Our lives are so busy and fast paced these days that weeks and even months string together, leaving us exhausted and allowing for very little time to spent with our friends and loved ones. Sundays are a great day to slow everything down and get a little rest and relaxation, step away from the chaos and craziness of the work week and rejuvenate.

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