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Our mattresses and bed sets are grouped under the following ranges - Platinum Pocket Duo, Designer Pocket Series, The Bamboo Collection and the Lifestyle Health Series

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Leading Sleep Technology

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Chiro Gel technology contours to your body whilst reading your individual movements, enhancing blood flow and pressure point relief. This open cell structure provides better air circulation for a more comfortable sleep.

Latex - flex innovation is resilient & supportive, conforming to your body weight, shape and movement offering optimal comfort, Flexibility & durability.

Memory Sense comfort welcomes you with body conforming benefits that support your spine, providing ultimate pressure point relief & coziness.

Smart Active layers provide a firm sleep experience. Increased Density, flexibility & Elasticity provide optimal support where it is needed most.

Iconic is a fusion of technology & comfort, working simultaneously to provide the ultimate balance between luxury & support.

Relax comfort layers contour to every part of your body creating a relaxing cradle effect.

Microtech is a combination of fibre molecules which are compressed together to form a comfort insulation layer.

Features & Materials

Rapid Response Pocket Solutions use the latest in technology and innovation, incorporating Compression Activation. Each spring has an increased wire diameter, is compression tested and individually sewn into a fabric pocket. Designed to respond to the bodies independent movements, whilst providing motion isolation combined with ultimate firmness, comfort and support.

Comfort Response Coil System has up to 25% more springs. Every spring goes through a tempering process, resulting in increased durability & sensitivity to body contours.

Argentum + mattress fabrics combine a highly effective moisture management technology with an innovative antibacterial finish based on silver ions. Your mattress will stay cool, fresh and dry during your sleep. At the same time, its pleasant softness will caress you, night after night. Argentum+ mattresses are ingenuously engineered for the ultimate sleeping experience.

Bamboo yarn is made from 100% bamboo pulp fibre, which makes it biodegradable & sustainable. The bamboo fibres have a highly absorbent mesh-like structure which always leaves the fabric feeling cool & fresh. Besides the silky feel, Bamboo also has natural antibacterial properties. With its high hygroscopicity & excellent permeability, with its softness & extreme strength, Bamboo guarantees exceptional sleep comfort

Chiro Capsule our encapsulated design offers a 360 degree wrap around border encasement, providing an increased sleeping surface & edge to edge comfort & support.

Providing your sleep solution

Hotel & Leisure

We Offer a range of "Hotel Specific" products consisting of medium to high end premium collections. We have been supplying the hotel and leisure industries for many years and also offer contract inspections & recommendations etc.

For your specific requirements or enquires, please email our contracts division.

  • Product

    We Offer a range of "Hotel Specific" products, designed to provide the best possible sleep solution, to meet your specific needs – in both the innerspring market as well as luxury foam.

  • Flexibility

    Our "Hotel Specific" range consists of medium to high end premium collections and if necessary, can be tailored made to create & develop your customer sleep solution.

  • Service

    Our strength and success is in our understanding of the total package required, from the right product, comfort & service delivery to advice & affordable pricing. We also offer contract inspections & recommendations etc.

Sleeping Tips

Choosing a Mattress

If you have trouble falling asleep, toss and turn in the middle of the night, awaken too early, or find yourself not feeling refreshed in the morning, you are not alone: millions of people struggle with falling and staying asleep. The great news is by simply improving your daytime habits and creating a better sleep environment, you can set the stage for good sleep. By developing a good bedtime routine and designing a plan that works with your individual needs, you can avoid common pitfalls and make simple changes that bring you consistently better sleep.

Click on any of the below Sleeping Tips to read more...

Better sleep starts with good daytime habits, from when (and how often) you exercise to what you eat and drink.

Regular day exercise can help sleep

Regular exercise, aside from many other wonderful health benefits, usually makes it easier to fall asleep and sleep better. You don’t have to be a star athlete to reap the benefits - as little as twenty to thirty minutes of activity helps. However, be sure to schedule your exercise in the morning or early afternoon. Exercising too late in the day actually stimulates the body, raising its temperature.

Get some light to set your body clock

We all have an internal body clock that helps regulate sleep. This clock is sensitive to light and dark. Light tells your body clock to move to the active daytime phase. When you get up, open the shades or go outside to get some sunlight. If that’s not possible, turn on the lights to make your environment bright.

Napping can interfere with sleep

Perhaps the English had the right idea in having teatime in the late afternoon when you naturally get sleepy. Some people can take a short afternoon nap and still sleep well at night. However, if you are having trouble sleeping at night, try to eliminate napping.

Avoid alcohol, caffeine, smoking

    Alcohol reduces overall quality of sleep. Many people think that a nightcap before bed will help them sleep. While it may make you fall asleep faster, alcohol reduces your sleep quality, waking you up later in the night. To avoid this effect, stay away from alcohol in the last few hours before bed.
    Caffeine. You might be surprised to know that caffeine can cause sleep problems up to ten to twelve hours after drinking it! If you rely on coffee, tea or caffeinated soda to keep you going during the day, consider eliminating caffeine after lunch or cutting back your overall intake.
    Smoking causes sleep troubles in numerous ways. Nicotine is a stimulant, which disrupts sleep. Additionally, smokers actually experience nicotine withdrawal as the night progresses, making it hard to sleep.

The key to better sleep might be as simple as making some minor changes to your bedroom. Take a careful look around your sleep environment to see what might be disrupting your sleep.

Your Bed

Is your bed large enough? Do you have enough room to stretch and turn comfortably in bed, or are you cramped? Having a bedmate makes this even more important- both of you should have plenty of room to stretch out. Consider getting a larger bed if you don’t have enough space.

Your mattress quality. Waking up with a cramp in your back or a sore neck? You may want to experiment with different levels of mattress firmness that provides more support. Either way always ensure you sleep on a high quality mattress that is not only comfortable, but that conforms to your body allowing pressure point relief and blood circulation – Latex and Memory Foam mattresses lead the market in sleep technology.

Your pillows and bedding. Experiment with different types of pillows – feather, synthetic, latex and memory foam - and special pillows for side, back or stomach sleepers. Regardless of your preference ensure the pillow works with your mattress to provide a straight spine. Also consider your bedding—scratchy sheets might be making you uncomfortable in the middle of the night, or your comforter might not be keeping you warm enough. Consider soft, breathable cotton sheets. Flannel sheets may be cozy for the winter months.

Your Room

Ideally, to maximize sleep, your room should be quiet, dark and at a comfortable temperature and well ventilated.

Keep the noise level down. Too much noise - such as loud outside conversations, televisions blaring, and traffic noise - can make it difficult to sleep well. When the source of outside noise can’t be eliminated, sometimes it can be masked. A fan or white noise machine can help block outside noise. Some people enjoy recordings of soothing sounds such as waves, waterfalls or rain. Earplugs may also help, although you want to make sure they don’t block out important noises like an alarm clock if you use one.

Keep your room dark during sleep hours. Early morning light can send your body clock the wrong signal that it is time to wake up. Or perhaps there is a streetlamp shining right in your window at night. Heavy shades can help block light from windows, or you can try an eye mask to cover your eyes.

Room temperature and ventilation. Who can sleep in a hot stuffy room? Or for that matter, a cold drafty one? If you can, experiment with the room temperature. Most people sleep best in a slightly cooler room. Make sure that you have adequate ventilation as well - a fan can help keep the air moving. You also might want to check your windows and doors to make sure that drafts are not interfering with sleep.

Reserve your bed for sleeping. Do you sometimes balance your checkbook propped up on your pillows? Or jot down some notes for tomorrow’s meeting? It might feel relaxing to do tasks like these on a comfortable bed. However, if you associate your bed with events like work or errands, it will only make it harder to wind down at night. Use your bed only for sleep and sex.

Keep a regular bedtime schedule, including weekends

Time of day serves as a powerful cue to your body clock that it is time to sleep and awaken. Go to bed and wake up at the same time each day, and it will be easier and easier to fall asleep. However tempting it may be, try not to break this routine on weekends when you may want to stay up much later or sleep in. Your overall sleep will be better if you don’t.

Foods that help you sleep

Maybe a rich, hearty dinner, topped off with a big slice of chocolate cake might seem like the perfect way to end the day, but it’s wise not to eat a large meal within two hours of bed. Try to make dinnertime earlier in the evening, and avoid heavy, rich foods as bedtime snacks.

However, a light snack before bed, especially one which contains the amino acid tryptophan, can help promote sleep. When you pair tryptophan-containing foods with carbohydrates, it helps calm the brain and allow you to sleep better. For even better sleep, add some calcium to your dinner or nighttime snack. Calcium helps the brain use and process tryptophan. On the other hand, you might want to avoid eating too much protein before bedtime - protein-rich foods contain tyrosine, an amino acid that stimulates brain activity. Experiment with your food habits to determine your optimum evening meals and snacks.

Some bedtime snacks to help you sleep:
Glass of warm milk and half a turkey or peanut butter sandwich
Whole-grain, low-sugar cereal or granola with low-fat milk or yogurt
A banana and a cup of hot chamomile tea

Foods that can interfere with sleep

Some food and drinks that can interfere with your sleep, including:
Too much food, especially fatty, rich food. These take a lot of work for your stomach to digest and may keep you up. Spicy or acidic foods in the evening can cause stomach trouble and heartburn, which worsens as you are laying down.
Too much liquid. Drinking lots of fluid may result in frequent bathroom trips throughout the night.
Alcohol. Although it may initially make you feel sleepy, alcohol can interfere with sleep and cause frequent awakenings. Also some people are also sensitive to tyrosine, found in certain red wines.
Caffeine. Avoid food and drinks that contain caffeine, and that doesn’t just mean coffee. Hidden sources of caffeine include chocolate, caffeinated sodas, and teas.

If you suspect a food or drink is keeping you up, try eliminating it for a few days to see if sleep improves.

Develop a relaxing bedtime routine

A consistent, relaxing routine before bed sends a signal to your brain that it is time to wind down, making it easier to fall asleep. Start by keeping a consistent bedtime as much as possible. Then, think about what relaxes you. It might be a warm bath, soft music or some quiet reading. Relaxation techniques, such as yoga, visualization or muscle relaxation not only tell your body it is time for sleep but also help relieve anxiety. Avoid bright light or activities which cause stress and anxiety.

Ideas to help prepare for sleep

Reading a light, entertaining book or magazine
Listening to soft music or radio broadcast
A light bedtime snack or a glass of warm milk
Hobbies such as knitting or jigsaw puzzles
Listening to books on tape

Worry, Anxiety and Sleep

With busy schedules and family lives, it’s hard to leave the worries of daily life behind when it is time to sleep. Worrying and anxiety trigger the “fight or flight” mechanism in the body, releasing chemicals that prepare us to be alert and ready for action. That not only makes it difficult to fall asleep, but can wake you up frequently in the night as well. Stop stress and worry from disrupting your rest by:

Making the time before sleep a time of peace and quiet. As much as possible, avoid things that may trigger worry or anxiety before bed, like upsetting news or gory television shows.
Quiet your mind. There are many things you can do to help your brain wind down and prepare for sleep. Relaxation techniques set the stage for quieting the mind. Make some simple preparations for the next day, like a to-do list or laying out the next day’s clothes and shoes. Some people find jotting down a list of worries makes them more manageable.

Getting back to sleep

It’s normal to wake briefly during the night- a good sleeper won’t even remember it. However, there are times when you may wake during the night and not be able to fall back asleep. You may get more and more frustrated about not being able to sleep, which raises your anxiety level, ironically making it even harder to achieve the sleep you crave!

Stay relaxed: The key to getting back to bed is continuing to cue your body for sleep. Some relaxation techniques, such as visualization and meditation, can be done without even getting out of bed. The time honored technique of “counting sheep” works by engaging the brain in a repetitive, non-stimulating activity, helping you wind down.

Do a quiet, non-stimulating activity if you can’t sleep: If you’ve been awake for more than 15 minutes, try getting out of bed and doing a quiet activity. Keep the lights dim so as not to cue your body clock that it’s time to wake up. A light snack or herbal tea might help relax you, but be careful not to eat so much that your body begins to expect a meal at that time of the day.


Many people use the television to fall asleep or relax at the end of the day. You may even have a television in your bedroom. However, it’s best to get rid of the television, or related activities like video games, for several reasons.

First, television programming is frequently stimulating rather than calming. Late night news or prime time shows frequently have disturbing, violent material. Even non-violent programming can have commercials which are jarring and louder than the actual program. Remember, commercials want to get your attention! Processing this type of material is a stimulating activity, the opposite of what you want to help you sleep.

In addition, the light coming from the TV (or a computer screen) can interfere with the body’s clock, which is sensitive to any light. Television is also noisy, which can disturb sleep if the set is accidentally left on.

Take the TV out of the bedroom - The optimum setup for better sleep is to have your bedroom reserved for sleeping. So if you watch TV in bed, even if you don’t fall asleep watching it, you are unconsciously associating another activity with the area you use to sleep. It’s best to remove the TV from the bedroom entirely, saving your viewing for the living room or den.

Trouble falling asleep without the TV - You may be so used to falling asleep with the TV that you have trouble without it. Be patient. It takes time to develop new habits. If you miss the noise, try turning on soft music or a fan. If your favorite show is on late at night, record it for viewing earlier in the day. Although the first few days might be difficult, better sleep pays off in the long run.

Medications and sleep

If only sleeplessness could be completely cured by a simple pill! There are certainly plenty of over-the-counter sleep aids. However, these medications are not meant for long term use. They can cause side effects and even rebound insomnia, where your sleep ends up worse than before. Prescription medications are no magic pill, either. If you must take sleep prescription medications, work carefully with your healthcare professional. Learning about medical treatment options can help you make an informed choice about treating your sleep problems. Behavioral modifications often make the largest difference in good sleep. If you have started a new medication lately try to figure out if it has sleeplessness as a side effect. If you suspect this may be the case, be sure to communicate with your healthcare professional. Finally, quality sleep is important to your health. Make a commitment to yourself – don’t “rest” until you find the solution to your sleep problems!

Quality of Life – is easier on a Comfortable Mattress

Few things are more essential to your Health & Welfare than a proper night’s sleep. In terms of daily impact on your life, this has to be the MOST important piece of “furniture” you’ll buy.

Do you wake up feeling tired & not well rested?
Do you suffer from sleeplessness?
Do you wake up stiff & uncomfortable?
Is your bed older than 7 to 10 years?
Do you and / or your partner roll to the middle of the mattress?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then it could be time to spoil yourself for a brand new mattress / sleep set from Support A Paedic.

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