Enjoy a great sleep: Dreamwool Beds

The benefits of a good night’s sleep are multiple. Studies worldwide have shown that a decent sleep nightly should boost your immune system, result in better work productivity, improved mental agility, weight loss and mood control.

Sleep helps keep your mind and body healthy. Most adults need seven or more hours of good-quality sleep on a regular schedule each night. Quantity and also quality are important so that you feel rested when you wake up.

Sleep is especially essential for various aspects of brain function such as cognition, concentration, productivity, and performance, all of which studies have shown are negatively affected by sleep deprivation. On the other hand, good sleep has been shown to improve problem-solving skills and enhance memory performance of both children and adults.

To sort your perfect bed and mattress visit the Dreamwool Beds showroom at 96 Disraeli Street, Sydenham or call 0800 753 754.

Pick your mattress

Key to that is having the right bed and mattress which is where Dreamwool Beds can help. Company director David Henderson says there is no better way to spend nights than sleeping soundly on a mattress filled with generous layers of soft, luxurious Merino wool sourced directly from select South Island farms.
Dreamwool mattresses provide optimum comfort and temperature control, enabling you to get to a deeper sleep, faster, he says. “The combination of pure Merino wool, natural latex infused with activated charcoal, thousands of delicate microcoils and supportive pocketsprings, means Dreamwool mattresses provide sleepers with the perfect micro-climate for any season: cool, moisture-wicking confidence in summer and warm, luxurious comfort in winter.
“Like sleeping on a cloud,” he adds.

Bed size matters

Sleeping in a size-appropriate bed also helps with a good night’s sleep.
For older singles, David suggests an old-fashion three-quarter size bed. “It’s four feet wide, which is larger than a king single, yet smaller than a regular double bed. I know several older people on their own now who have downsized and love it.“There’s plenty of room for one person not to get lost or swamped by the size. There’s also room for bedtime stories with grandchildren when they visit.”
Often called a “small double”, three quarter beds are very spacious for one person and compact enough to fit in a standard-sized modern bedroom. For those who enjoy relaxing in bed, sitting up and watching television then drifting off to the best possible sleep, try the recliner option. You’ll love it.

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