Media Release: Duvet and Pillow Warehouse comment on melatonin study

IN RESPONSE to a study which concludes that lower melatonin secretion might be associated with a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes, Jonathan Attwood, a spokesperson for the Duvet and Pillow Warehouse (DAPW) comments: “This should come as good news as the findings show something can be done to combat the spreading of Type 2 diabetes.

“There are an array of natural ways to boost your melatonin levels. Commonly-cited options include drinking cherry juice, meditating, exposing yourself to more daylight and snacking on walnuts.

“Natural melatonin production can also be increased by avoiding staying awake late into the night, and sleeping in a dark room. People should do what they can to encourage a good night’s sleep.

“This could involve banning all electronics from the bedroom, updating bed linen and duvet according to the season, and disallowing pets from entering the bed.

“It’s a well-known fact that a lack of sleep contributes to poor health. We at DAPW believe it’s vital to make this known to everyone to raise awareness of the risks involved, such as developing Type 2 diabetes due to a lack of melatonin.”

DAPW are an online bed and bath retailer with an interest in promoting a healthy lifestyle and sound slumber. Items stocked include mattresses, duvets, bed linen and towels.

About DAPW:

DAPW are famous for sourcing the finest bed and bath products at up to 60 per cent off high street prices. Delivered with happiness.

No fancy shops. No middlemen. No unnecessary overheads
. Means we provide the finest quality bed and bath products at typically 60 per cent off high street prices

Guaranteed best prices in the UK

Free standard UK delivery and 365 day returns on everything

All wrapped up in charming customer service

Finest quality duvets, pillows, mattresses, bed linen, towels and much more.


Jonathan Attwood

07703 314997

20 Bedford Road




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