1: Prioritise your sleep
Find out when you need to go to bed, to feel well-rested when you wake up.
2: Find your calm
Create a bedtime routine to calm down. A warm shower, read a book, write down your thoughts, listen to music or drink something hot.
3: Get regular sleep habits
Getting a sufficient amount of daylight each day, and getting up and going to bed at about the same time each day improves your circadian rhythm and sleep pattern.
4: Optimise your bedroom
What do you prefer to have a good night’s sleep? Dark curtains, hot or cold? Make your bedroom a relaxing retreat.
5: A bed that suits you
You can relax better in a bed that suits you. The body can rest longer in the most important deep sleep.
6: Check your sleeping position
If you choose a bed with an adjustable hip zone and a good shoulder zone, you will also be certain to get the best sleeping position and relaxation.
7: Wash your bed regularly
Lying down in newly washed bed sheets is a heavenly feeling. A bed where all textiles can be washed, will give you a healthy and clean sleep environment for years to come.
from our sleep ambassadors:
"Turn of your your phone and log out before you go to bed. Fresh air in the bedroom and a bed and pillow that suits you."
Photo: Kilian Jornet.
"Check that you have the right bed and pillow to get the best sleep quality. Priorotise your self and your sleep and log of from social media and your phone before you go to bed."
Photo: Nathan Welton.