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New mattress company Hyde & Sleep is promising a great night’s sleep. What mama doesn’t need that medicine?

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Sleep is something we mamas are constantly deprived of – we need those snatched hours of shuteye to be on top of our game. But are we getting it? According to Hyde & Sleep the average Brit changes their mattress once every eight. So if you’ve past that milestone perhaps it’s time to invest in a new one.

Mums are constantly on the go and short on time and, let’s be honest, none of us can be dealing with lugging a weighty superking up the stairs when we’ve got little ones running around. Hyde & Sleep to the rescue! Its mattresses are compressed and rolled into a neat and easy-to-manoeuvre boxes and can be ordered online and delivered straight to your door – whether that’s home or work. Handy.

Hyde & Sleep offer both foam or sprung mattress options, as well as pillows boasting new cooling technology, so you won’t overheat in summer. Not only is comfort and convenience checked off your wish list – but you can also road test your new purchase for up to 100 nights just to make sure you’re completely happy.

Prices start from £395, and Gurgle mamas can claim £50 off until 30 June 2016 by entering the code gurgle50 at check out. Fancy that? Here’s the link. You’re welcome.

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