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7 tips for a good night’s sleep

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.

Photo: Rannveig Aamodt, photogragpher: Nathan Welton.
SLEEP TIPS
from our sleep ambassadors:
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Emelie Forsberg
Emelie Forsberg,
"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.
 
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Rannveig Aamodt
Rannveig Aamodt,
"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.
 

The bed’s importance for
sleep quality

"Sleep has a major impact on how we feel in our daily lives. Being part of Wonderland’s team allows me to improve knowledge on what we need to sleep well," says Inger Birgitte Tandstad, sales developer at Wonderland.

Working together with sleep scientists

"Wonderland’s product development is based on the latest in sleep research. Our cooperation with sleep scientists means that we know what is important to get the best sleep quality, and we can combine a bed with the right materials and features.

In the store

"If you prefer to sleep on your side, you should also try the new bed laying on your side. With Wonderland’s adjustable hip zone, it will also be easier to choose the right firmness. Ask the sales staff to show you how to adjust the firmness of the bed," Inger Birgitte Tandstad says.

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Inger Birgitte Tandstad from Wonderland sales team
Inger Birgitte Tandstad,
Sales developer at Wonderland

The adjustable hip zone
gives a good night’s sleep

If you prefer to sleep on you side, it is important that you spine is as straight as possible. With the adjustable hip zone, you can adjust how deep your hip sink into the mattress, in comparison with your shoulder. When the firmness suits you, your hip should get the correct support and your spine will be straight.

How to adjust the firmness

  • Find the adjustments underneath the bed.
  • Place the sliders towards the middle. The bed gets softer and your hip will sink further down.
  • Place the sliders towards the edges. The bed gets firmer and your hip will be placed further up.

Body weight and anatomy

The hips consists about 55-60% of the body weight. The hip zone should be firmer to support and to prevent the hips sinking to low. When your spine is as straight as possible, you get better relaxation, recovery and sleep quality.

adjustable hip zone

The shoulder zone gives better relaxation for your back and neck

If you prefer to sleep on you side, it is extra important that your bed has a soft shoulder zone to help your shoulder to get down into the mattress. Together with Wonderland's adjustable hip zone, your spine can be as straight as possiblie and your body can rest longer in deep sleep. This will give you better relaxation, recovery and sleep quality. 

Mattresses with 5 zones

Wonderland's pocket spring mattresses have 5 zones and are reversible. Therefore you will find the softer shoulder zone in both ends of the mattresses (marked dark):

5 zones and soft shoulder zones

Body weight and anatomy

The shoulders consists about 25% of the body weight. The shoulders need a softer zone to help the shoulder to get further down into the mattress. The hips consists about 55-60% of the body weight. The heavier hips needs a firmer hip zone to give the right support and to prevent the hips sinking to low. 

shoulder zone

Recover to perform at your best

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.

Photo: Rannveig Aamodt, photogragpher: Nathan Welton.
SLEEP TIPS
from our sleep ambassadors:
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Emelie Forsberg
Emelie Forsberg,
"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.
 
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Rannveig Aamodt
Rannveig Aamodt,
"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.
 

Good sleep and quality of life

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.

Photo: Rannveig Aamodt, photogragpher: Nathan Welton.
SLEEP TIPS
from our sleep ambassadors:
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Emelie Forsberg
Emelie Forsberg,
"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.
 
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Rannveig Aamodt
Rannveig Aamodt,
"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.
 

A sanctuary for relaxation

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.

Photo: Rannveig Aamodt, photogragpher: Nathan Welton.
SLEEP TIPS
from our sleep ambassadors:
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Emelie Forsberg
Emelie Forsberg,
"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.
 
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Rannveig Aamodt
Rannveig Aamodt,
"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.
 

Here I find my calm

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.

Photo: Rannveig Aamodt, photogragpher: Nathan Welton.
SLEEP TIPS
from our sleep ambassadors:
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Emelie Forsberg
Emelie Forsberg,
"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.
 
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Rannveig Aamodt
Rannveig Aamodt,
"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.
 

Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep:
Emelie Forsberg

Emelie Forsberg is a professional mountain runner, a world champion and European champion in her discipline. Born and raised in Sweden, she now lives in Romsdalen in Norway. Emelie is the author of the book Sky Runner and is a sleep ambassador for Wonderland.

How much sleep do you need to stay in a good balance?  

"I have always been tired in the evening and waking up early in the morning. When I am home, I follow pretty fixed sleep routines, and I usually go to bed around 10 p.m. In the winter, I may be in bed as early as 9 in the evening. I sleep about 7.5 hours in the summer and one hour longer in the winter, but I actually wouldn't mind sleeping even more. I love to sleep!"

What do you need for a good night’s sleep?

"In the evening I need to rewind before I go to bed. I put away both my phone and computer. It is important for me to have fresh air in the bedroom, and I like to have a warm blanket over my duvet."

Do you have a favourite sleeping position?  

"I prefer to sleep on my back."

 
Emelie Forsberg at the mountain peak Romsdalseggen in Norway
Emelie Forsberg at Romsdalseggen in Romsdalen, Norway.
Photo: Kilian Jornet.
 
Emelie's dream bedroom
Emelie's dream bedroom is a spacious, bright and relaxing retreat, where she can calm down.

Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep:
Rannveig Aamodt

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.

Photo: Rannveig Aamodt, photogragpher: Nathan Welton.
SLEEP TIPS
from our sleep ambassadors:
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Emelie Forsberg
Emelie Forsberg,
"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.
 
Wonderland Ambassador of Sleep: Rannveig Aamodt
Rannveig Aamodt,
"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.