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Which Fairytale Character Describes Your Sleeping Persona?

August 01, 2017


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Finding the best mattress in the world can be quite the tall order, especially if you don’t know where to begin. Here’s a pro tip – it all starts with knowing yourself. Not in ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ sense of the word (although that’s always worth a shot if you have the time), more in the sense of what kind of mattress your lifestyle calls for.

To make it fun, here are a few of the most common sleeping personas as typified by some of our favourite fairytale characters:

The Puss in Boots

Also known as The Fighter, this sleeping persona is reserved for those hard-dreaming, deep-slumbering folks who often end up clocking their bed partners mid-dream without even a glimmer of a memory thereof the next morning. Interestingly, they also like Mexican food. And, well, you know what that means **pinches nose**.

The Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs

The Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs persona is pretty self-explanatory. All you co-sleeping parents out there, we feel for you. If you’ve ever shared your bed with a toddler, you truly know the meaning of ‘no skaam’. Elbow in the eye, knee in the groin, tiny fist in the face – it’s all in a night’s sleep when you’re an attachment parent. The upshot is that eventually you’ll be able to sleep through pretty much anything.

The Princess & The Pea

The Princess & The Pea is that person who can never quite find a comfortable position in which to sleep. They spend most of the night outside of the golden REM-phase, plumping their pillows, adjusting their nightclothes, and adding/throwing off blankets, duvets and comforters.

The Sleeping Beauty

Everyone loves to hate the Sleeping Beauty. This is the kind of person who goes to bed at night, gets under the covers, turns their head elegantly to one side, and… sleeps. Just like that. No snoring, no slobber, no nothing. They also wake up the exact position in which they drifted off to dreamland.

All kidding aside, getting enough quality sleep is of vital importance for every single person on this planet. It doesn’t matter whether you spend your days harvesting corn, building houses, teaching children, or writing blogs about mattresses, in order to be at your sharpest and most alert, you need to get some proper shuteye. And we’re not talking the rolling-around, getting-up-seven-times-a-night kind. We’re talking the stretching-like-a-boss, birds-chirping-on-your-shoulder kind. The good stuff.

That starts with your mattress. So, you do yourself a favour, and find one that suits your needs. The Comfort Solutions range caters for every taste, from the languid Sleeping Beauty through to feisty Puss in Boots. The Comfort Solutions range has been developed with the needs of the individual in mind. Between the firm, gentle firm, conform, plus and ultra plush options available, you are sure to find the mattress that suits your needs to the T. It’s all about what works for you, and it’s about time you found out what that is, don’t you think?


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