Launched especially for the month of March, the sleep council has focused on mattress deterioration and the importance of having a regular bed replacement.
National Bed Month consumer campaign will home in on the link between poor sleep and old mattresses, focusing on the UK public’s sleep and bed buying habits and based upon tests and autopsies carried out on a range of old and new mattresses.
Through this vital research it has been found out that nearly half of the UK population are only getting around six hours of sleep a night, some of us even less! This is due to disturbed or inadequate sleep which four out of five people have complained about.
Sleep disturbed by back or neck ache, is a common problem which affects 67% of the UK however, this is a classic symptom of a bed that no longer is offering the correct level of support.
Are you a couple that are often awoken to find that you are close together in the middle of your double bed unexpectedly? One in six couples within the UK experience this problem, known as roll-together it is where the middle of the bed has a dip in it; another sign that the bed or mattress needs replacing.
People are not making the link between their lack of sleep and their mattresses and beds, it was found that a bed may well have deteriorated by a massive 70% from its new state after just ten years has passed.
Prestige Beds, a family run business has been in this particular industry for just over 50 years. Celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2009 we have the expert knowledge to help you pick from our comprehensive range of over 1000 beds and mattresses. With a free next day delivery service to those within the Lancashire area and a bed disposal service which easily removes your old bed, that decent night sleep is closer than you think!
More than a quarter of us would be embarrassed for other people to see the state of their mattress, there is no need to be anymore! Take a look at our full range of mattresses or visit one of our showrooms.
For more information or if you have any questions or queries then call us on 01254 681082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .