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21Mar
21Mar

The Impact of Sleep on Mental Health

Posted in Health & Fitness By REM-Fit Sleep Experts

Sleep is an essential tool in maintaining mental health. Studies have shown that getting enough rest helps the brain to process emotional information and regulate moods, while a lack of it increases the chances of emotional disturbance and reactivity...

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20Mar
20Mar

European Product Design Award

Posted in REM-Fit News By REM-Fit Sleep Experts



2017 SILVER PRIZE WINNER! The EPDA certifies that ZEEQ Smart Pillow has been awarded a Silver Prize in Home Interior Products/Bedroom Furniture/Accessories.

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06Mar
06Mar

How to Stop Snoring

Posted in Health & Fitness Sleep Technology By REM-Fit Sleep Experts


What is snoring? If you share a bedroom with a snoring partner (or pet!), chances are you already know what snoring is. For the blissfully unaware, snoring is the sound made by vibrations in the soft palate and tissues of the mouth, nose and throat. When the upper airway is partially blocked, this sound is amplified to varying degrees. The British Snoring & Sleep Apnea Association estimates that at least 41.5% of the adult population snore, which equates to around 15 million people.

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24Feb
24Feb

Tips for Managing Insomnia

Posted in Health & Fitness Sleep Technology By REM-Fit Sleep Experts



If you lie awake night after night, staring at the walls while your mind races through a billion different subjects, take solace in that fact that you are not alone. Studies have shown that more than half of adults in the UK struggle with sleep and as many as 36% suffer with chronic insomnia. Nearly 85% of insomnia sufferers report low energy levels and poor concentration, which in turn impacts overall health and well-being. Insomnia is now the most reported mental health complaint in the UK, sufferers complaining of a vicious cycle of poor sleep, anxiety about poor sleep and unhelpful behaviours developed because of it.

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17Feb
17Feb

What is Sleep Apnea?

Posted in Health & Fitness Sleep Technology By REM-Fit Sleep Experts



With snoring affecting over 40% of the UK population, it’s important to know whether the problem is caused by sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder which repeatedly interrupts breathing during sleep, meaning that the brain and body do not get enough oxygen during the night. People affected by sleep apnea frequently have low energy, morning headaches and nocturnal urination, so if you think you may be experiencing the symptoms of this disorder it is best to make an appointment with your GP.

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10Feb
10Feb

How to Adjust Your Circadian Rhythm

Posted in Health & Fitness By REM-Fit Sleep Experts

Insomnia, jet lag and night shifts can play havoc with your body clock, affecting your mood, health and concentration. Your internal biological clock, otherwise known as the circadian rhythm, is responsible for keeping your sleep-wake cycle by regulating the timing for periods of sleepiness and wakefulness.

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07Feb
07Feb



You might think that hitting the gym as often as possible will help you to improve your fitness performance, but did you know that sleep is one of the most vital factors in building and repairing muscle?

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01Feb
01Feb



In 2003, Professor Chris Idzikowski of the UK Sleep Assessment and Advisory Service conducted a study of 1,000 people to determine the positions that people prefer to sleep in. The results showed that over 50% of people prefer to sleep on their sides, with 13% sleeping on their back and 7% on their fronts. Maintaining a poor posture during the day can lead to headaches, neck ache, back pain and memory loss, so it is only natural that spending a night sleeping in a poor position will have the same effect. So, which is the healthiest position to sleep in for your back?

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19Jan
19Jan



If you have been having trouble sleeping lately, it could be a result of a decrease in the production of melatonin. Melatonin is a sleep hormone, produced when the body senses that it is getting dark outside. As it gets later, the body starts to increase melatonin levels until it peaks at around 3am, when the body’s temperature is at its lowest. Produced by the pineal gland in the brain using amino acids from the diet, melatonin helps the body to control sleep cycles and regulates the natural urge to fall asleep.

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13Jan
13Jan



We all have our own preferences when it comes to falling asleep. But did you know that keeping cool while you sleep is actually beneficial for your health? Studies have shown that keeping the brain and body cool when trying to catch some zzz’s will not only help battle

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