Tigerlilly Quinn: Win a Silentnight Mattress worth over £200 with Mattress Next Day

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Win a Silentnight Mattress worth over £200 with Mattress Next Day


As part of The Lily Foundation’s ‘Global Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week’, this Sunday marks the welcome return of National Stay in Bed Day! I don't know where they come up with these days but that sounds like a pretty good excuse to stay in bed to me! 

There is nothing better than a good night sleep (I've been missing it for a while since becoming a parent!) and with winter just around the corner and the longer, colder night’s drawing in, a comfortable mattress is a must. That’s where Mattress Next Day come in!

As one of the leading mattress and bedding retailers in the UK, Mattress Next Day know a thing or two about getting a good night’s sleep. That’s why they’re offering you the chance to cosy up on one of their top of the line Silentnight Mattresses worth over £200!


If you want to be in with a chance of winning more than just a good night’s sleep then simply enter below. Good Luck!

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51 comments:

Danielle Vedmore said...

Eat a banana before bed - stops restless legs (allegedly!), a hot water bottle for my cold feet, and put all phones, tablets, ipods out of reach - then snuggle down and zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Tracy K Nixon said...

I am hoping to read some good tips left down here because I suffer from insomnia and rarely get more than 4 hours a night! I don't have trouble falling off to sleep though - I find turning off all technology at least 45 minutes before going to bed helps because it gives my mind a chance to wind down. A nice book and usually tires my eyes.

Sarah Anguish said...

I've found that switching off my laptop, phone etc an hour before I go to bed let's my brain unwind before going to sleep.

ashleigh allan said...

relax and read a book before you fall asleep

Jodie said...

It's all about a good evening routine IMO! Winding down and a decaf cuppa x

Tracey Peach said...

Read a good book in bed xxx

sunshine said...

use Lavender spray to get to sleep x

Hellies Corner said...

Avoid any drinks with caffeine in them.

emma walters said...

exercise followed by a warm bath works everytime :)

Rebecca Sheehy said...

Bath and reading :)

Nikki Hayes said...

Keep the room cool, wear nightclothes made of natural fabrics such as cotton and silk, make time to wind down before bed - I find my mind is too active if I go to bed straight after using my computer ;o)

Janine Atkin said...

Id love to try the Oy! Foaming Clear Skin Face Wash

Isabel O'Brien said...

I use a lavender pillow spray, for some reason the smell of lavender sends me off to sleep.

kim neville said...

A nice hot bath and read a little in bed and don't eat anything after 8.30pm

Victoria MyLittleLBlog said...

hot water bottle in bed helps me to fall asleep

Theresa Thomas said...

I would love to try the Gentle lavender shampoo & bath wash for baby

Elizabeth (Liz) Briggs said...

Write all negative thoughts down so you don't keep thinking about them throughout the night :)

Tracy Hanley said...

dont eat just before bed, make sure you take your watch of as the ticking could keep you awake

natalie baugh said...

http://www.greenpeople.co.uk/pressed-powder-caramel-medium-10g

winnie said...

hot foot soak 30 mins before bedtime

Rebecka said...

a wool duvet!

Cat Culmer said...

I love a hot shower before bed and a quiet bedroom ... I remember those days ... before children :)

Kaitlin Boles said...

I like the baby balm cream.

Katie Skeoch said...

has to be comfortable bedding and pillows, tv off at least 30 minutes before bed and a warm drink

melanie stirling said...

A nice warm room but not too hot,just cosy.

Evelyn Chuter said...

I put Lavender oil in my diffuser and I pray/meditate before bed time.

caro_mad said...

Air your room before you go to sleep or if possible, sleep with your window open x

Jenna Kate Parrington said...

Clean linen, no technology and a nice candle!

Leanne Lunn said...

Make sure the room isn't to warm, fresh smelling linen always helps me sleep well.

williamgould said...

We sleep with the window open, make the room as dark as possible, and have no technology except for the radio alarm clock!

Leanne Findlay said...

My tip on getting a good night's sleep would be cotton pyjamas - always! Even during the winter months. On that note, changing your duvet to a season appropriate thickness - there's nothing worse than being stuck with a 13.5 tog duvet in the summer!

Joro said...

Ensure you're as comfortable as possible and you are at a good enough temperature to sleep. Also just keep flipping that pillow to get to the cold side until you forget and you fall to sleep.

Natalie Crossan said...

Lavender candles x

julie said...

Make sure the room isn't too hot

Paul Wilson said...

Get a good routine.

Lisa Everaert said...

buy the most comfortable matress you can afford, change the sheets regularly and comfy pillows = off you go to Nod Nod land.

Edward Guerreiro said...

I always find a nice cup of tea, about an hour before attempting to sleep, helps me a great deal. I don't know why. Perhaps I have simply conditioned myself to associate night-time tea drinking with sleepytime.

Lea said...

I find a relaxing bath before bed and clean sheets very relaxing and snuggly, which helps me of to sleep.

isabelle smith said...

fresh sheets

lindsay chadburn said...

quiet house

Stuart Allen said...

high quality sheets are a must

earthling said...

make love with your partner <3

Frances Heaton said...

Ban pets from bedroom, and ensure that room is not too hot.

Linda Tweed said...

Go to bed at about the same time every night and avoid stimulants such as caffeine beforehand.

John Yau said...

Have a nice cup of warm milk beforehand.

Alison M said...

As a suffer of insomnia over the last 6 months;
No electrical devices an hour before bed
Soft lighting
Not too warm
Write down anything that's on your mind so you're not going over and over it
And if all else fails - speak to your GP

Phil Darling said...

No screens in the bedroom - works for us

Maggie Coates said...

Make sure you have a good pillow.

Claire Blaney said...

make sure your bedroom is clutter free it can help clear the mind for a peaceful night sleep

susanseaman said...

a lavander filled cushion under the pillows help

Clarice said...

Don't drink coffee after 8 pm .

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