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A good night’s sleep reaps a multitude of health benefits. It is a key part of a healthy lifestyle and contributes to a healthy heart, weight and mind. In fact, lack of sleep can suppress your immune system.*
Many of us dream of a bed big enough to starfish in all night long, while others might need a smaller bed to complement a smaller room.
“This year, we have been enjoying a fantastic season of sport, from the Ashes to the Rugby World Cup. We are also looking forward to the UEFA Euro 2016 championships and the ever closer Olympic and Paralympic games. All of this is helping to inspire generations, young and old, to get involved, and get active.
Once you’ve put in the hard work to sweat it out in the gym, it’s easy to think that’s your job done. That’s only half the battle, though. Just as important is giving your body chance to recover before the next round.
With a testing career as a professional cricketer with Leicestershire County Cricket Club, James Sykes needs a good night’s sleep more than most. Now, having discovered the therapeutic properties of a Sports Therapy mattress, James has found the haven he was looking for.
You can now experience the therapeutic properties of Sports Therapy mattresses in a whole new way with the Sports Therapy pillow. This clever cooling pillow is the latest addition to the Sports Therapy family and is made with the same unique, individually-castellated comfort cells and 100% hollow fibre polyester.
A Paralympic gold medal for team GB discus thrower, Dan Greaves, was a product of a lifetime of hard work and dedication. Along with a vigorous training programme and carefully balanced diet, giving his body the best chance to recover after training is vital to Dan’s athletic success.
‘Having recently moved house, I was looking for a new mattress that would help me get the best possible sleep – vital for all professional athletes,’ says Anthony Watson, professional sportsman and rugby international.
“Since I started using my Sports Therapy mattress, my quality of sleep has improved massively,” says Dan Hodgson, wicket-keeper and right-handed batsman for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Winning a game can be all in the preparation, and that includes a good night’s sleep.
“As a professional cricketer for thirteen years now, it is very important that I look after my body,” says Yorkshire Country cricketer, Richard Pyrah. “We travel a lot and spend many a night in hotel rooms on different mattresses. So when I finally get home, it’s important that I fully recover and give myself the best possible chance of performing to my highest ability.”