16 Jul

Feel Like A Champion Check Out The Word Of Bed Frames Available

Last summer football fans were caught up in the excitement of the FIFA World Cup in Russia. The final in Moscow saw France beating Croatia 4-2 and now, following on from the men’s tournament, the world champions are now hosting the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Madrid Bed Frame

24 nations from 6 confederations are competing, with the final taking place at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais, in Lyon on the 7th of July.

The 2019 Women’s World Cup brings the world together in a celebration of skill. We at Beds Glasgow have an array of beautiful bed frames and mattresses, bearing the names of cities from across the globe. If you wish to sample the finest bed products in an international style, then you have come to the right place.

These include the magnificent Madrid Bed Frame, a stunningly upholstered item, handcrafted in the UK. Produced using tried and tested methods and coming in a wide range of colours and fabrics. It contains contemporary chrome feet, a low foot end and has ample under mattress storage.

Customers could choose the stunningly upholstered Milan Bed Frame, the perfect adornment to any bedroom. We offer the beautifully designed Vienna Bed Frame and the London Bed Frame, appropriately fashioned in the UK, with glorious upholstery, a low foot end and the latest chrome feet.

Beds Glasgow stocks the amazing Athens Bed Frames, known for their simple, unique style, created using conventional methods. The frame is lauded for its exceptional storage properties, accessed by raising the base top, where you can place belongings under the mattress.

You could also purchase other items with a global feel, from the attractive Oslo, Hamburg and Vienna Bed Frames, to the Venice and Manhattan, amongst others. If you are scouting for the most beautiful bed frames with an international theme, then come to Beds Glasgow. Visit our superstore near Glasgow city centre or check out our selection online, Looking for champion bed frames at a world class price? We can help you achieve your goal.

12 Jul

How To Get A Good Nights Sleep While Suffering From Hay Fever?

We are now in the middle of summer (apparently), the time of year when the temperature rises (reportedly) and people are enjoying the sunshine (hopefully). However, for millions across the country, the rise in the mercury is nothing to laugh about. Especially if you suffer from hay fever, where the warmer temperature can be a source of great discomfort, instead of all fun and games.

How To Get A Good Nights Sleep While Suffering From Hay Fever

The fact is hay fever, the most widespread allergy affecting grown-ups in the UK, can impact your life in various ways, morning, noon and night; especially considering how the condition can upset your sleeping habits. Sources say more than 50% of adult males and females struggling with an allergy like hay fever find it hard to get to sleep at night. This can affect your energy levels during the day, bring on exhaustion and diminish your cognitive abilities. Lack of sleep can also lead to stress and anxiety and contribute to depression.

However, there are steps you can take to get better sleep during hay fever season. These can involve subtle alterations in your bedtime routine which could make all the difference. For instance, it may seem fundamental, but it is recommended you try changing and washing your sheets more often. Most people only wash their bed sheets once a fortnight, but experts believe this may not be enough to eradicate the signs of allergens. If you wish to keep your sheets clear of dust or pollen, you should try cleaning them every week at a high temperature, just to be sure.

Many also feel the mattress you sleep in can play a pivotal role in alleviating the symptoms of hay fever. A conventional mattress can house literally thousands of dust mites which could aggravate allergies. However, by purchasing a high-quality mattress, you can decrease the chances of being plagued by the mites and particles, which could bring on your hay fever.

Beds Glasgow stocks the finest quality mattresses at a knockdown price. If you are looking for the perfect night sleep, we offer the widest selection of bed products, all the year round. Whichever the season, you can find the most comfortable mattress online, or in store, from Beds Glasgow.

01 Jul

Is Social Media Keeping Your Kids Awake?

It has always been a struggle for parents to try and get their kids to go to bed at night. They always want to stay up for “just another five minutes” and it my seem like a constant battle to get them to turn in. Especially in this day and age, where every teenager has got a mobile phone, iPhone or iPad, where they can listen to music or watch a movie or a tv show, keeping them awake at night, which seems to be an ever-growing problem.

Is Social Media Keeping Your Kids Awake

As a matter of fact, according to new research, more and more children in this country are afflicted with sleeping disorders. Many are putting the blame on using social media and watching digital devices at night-time.

The UK has seen a significant rise in the percentage of young people being admitted to hospital, suffering from sleep disorders, since 2013. Cases of children under 16 being diagnosed increased from around six and a half thousand six years ago to almost nine and a half thousand in 2018.

Many experts accept gazing at a blue screen in the dark can disrupt a child’s sleeping pattern. Some feel if young people are staying awake at night chatting with friends over social media or streaming a film when they have to get up early the next morning, it could lead to an ongoing problem, which may result in a long-term sleep disorder.

However, some experts wonder if the answer may lie in enforcing strict rules at bedtime, highlighting the importance of establishing a good sleep routine.

One of the first steps is to give children some time to unwind before going to bed. Some recommend young people cutting down how much they use their mobile prior to turning in, which could help them get a good night’s rest. Many say it is just a little change in their day to day habits, which may be the secret to a better sleep.