Sleep better, Live longer

With so much heartache, upheaval and stress in the world in 2020, we as a nation are finding our mental wellbeing under more strain than usual. Like most people, during lockdown this year, I drastically reduced my fitness activities. As a result, I developed lower back pain which prevented me from having a good night’s sleep and high productivity at work. To get better, I exercised more but fitness only helped reducing the pain. I then came across sleep experts at Mammoth who highlighted the importance of a good mattress to boost health and wellbeing. After testing a super-king sized Mammoth Shine® mattress for a couple of days my back pain was completely gone.

A luxury mattress worth £899+ is certainly an investment, but it is proven that sleep is the foundation for wellbeing. In fact, the science now shows that the human sleepwake cycle influences practically all aspects of our lives.


From memory to physical performance, stress levels to appetite, getting adequate time and quality of rest is vital to health and wellbeing. In fact, there is a strong correlation between sleep and lifespan.

So, getting things right in the run up to bedtime is crucial for anyone who is serious about looking after themselves and their loved ones. My Shine® mattress is made using a naturally cooling Medical Grade™ foam technology – which has been scientifically tested and shown to improve sleep – and Posture Cell® Comfort technology – which means the mattress absorbs pressure for motion, for ease of movement and a barrier from the disturbance of restless partners.

Personally, I have been able to sleep more comfortably than ever before, so I now wake up feeling truly refreshed and full of energy. I feel more relaxed and free from aches and pains – including excruciating back pain.

I am in good company, as Mammoth mattresses are used by elite athletes and sportspeople to increase rest and recovery so that they can train longer and perform better.

The Mammoth Shine® Collection is available in three levels of comfort – firmer; medium and softer – providing an indulgent sleep system from head to toe.

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