11 July 2015

Win A Theraline Original Pregnancy & Baby Feeding Pillow

When I was pregnant, trying to get comfortable whilst sleeping was impossible. That's when Theraline became my saviour and sent me one of their Theraline Original Pregnancy & Baby Feeding Pillows which I then reviewed here

The Theraline pillow is a miracle worker. This super long pillow is filled with 42 litres of odourless polystyrene micro beads which are lightweight and mould to the shape of your body as you sleep to give you comfort and support your bump. Also keeping your legs and tummy supported and even your head and shoulders are too so there is no strain whilst you are sleeping, sitting and even slouching on it. 

I loved using my pillow as it meant that sleeping was now back on the table and I got some much needed rest. It also came in handy once Joseph was born as I used it to support my back and wrap around to the  front so that he could lay onto it whilst feeding so as to not make mummy have to lean forward whilst feeding. It gave amazing support through this time. 


If you want a good nights sleep then you're in luck as Theraline have given me one to give away to one of my readers. For your chance to win a Theraline Original Pregnancy & Baby Feeding Pillow, enter via the Rafflecopter form below. (Pillow design may vary from the pattern shown above)

Please remember to check our full T&C's here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the required entries will be disqualified. After any mandatory entries, others will open up to give you extra entries. You do not have to enter by all methods but these will give you extra entries into the competition if you do. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends midnight 9th August 2015
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119 comments:

  1. A dark room, comfortable mattress and pillows, and clean cotton sheets!

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  2. i have a lavender spray i got from boots when i was pregnant it really helped me relax by spraying some on my pillow each night xx

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  3. Lightly Spray some lavender spray on your pillow

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  4. Read a book to help relax and a memory foam mattress and duck down duvet and pillows that are nice and soft

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  5. reading a book before bed!

    ashleigh

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  6. A warm shower and a book to read.

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  7. I like to have a cup of tea and read a book, it seems to relax me.

    Kirsty Fox

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  8. A very dark room is best for me.

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  9. trying to read book works every time for me, i've been trying to finish one chapter for about a week now lol

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  10. Try to relax before going to bed.

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  11. A good book in bed with a warm milk xx

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  12. Complete darkness and nice pillows x

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  13. Try to have 'no screens' rule so half an hour before bed, stop playing with your phone/tablet/laptop and turn off the tv. It helps you mentally unwind and get ready for sleep!

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  14. no coffee..eat by 6pm...pray

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  15. No TV in bed, a hot bath and a good book :)

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  16. Lavender drop on pillows, freshly-laundered sheets, warm salt bath before bed-time, no electronics near the bed, and finally, a relaxing meditation and visualization exercise.

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  17. No using your smartphone just before bed.

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  18. @georgiecurl using one or two of these (i have two). the trouble is that the balls squish and go flat. i wish they sold refills.....

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  19. Edward Guerreiro19 July 2015 at 22:41

    Have a nice cup of tea, ideally caffeine free, about 30 mins before bed.

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  20. Have your bed a place to sleep and keep the tablets, phones and such out as they keep your mind engaged instead of relaxing

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  21. A hot bath and warm cup of milk

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  22. Turn off your phone, tablet etc at least an hour before bed

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  23. make hubby sleep downstairs because he snores x

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  24. I wear a eye mask to block out any light and it really helps me x

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  25. A comfy pillow to support my sore hips!

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  26. A cup of milky tea before bed!

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  27. No electronics for an hour before bed :)

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  28. A nice bath and a bit of reading x

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  29. Plenty of exercise and walking in the daytime :)

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  30. Make sure your room is not too warm

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  31. A comfortable bed and a dark room

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  32. long bath and a hot cuppa (with a biccie)

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  33. Having a cup of ovaltine or chamomile tea before bed time.

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  34. i listen to an audio book, it always drifts me to sleep... only problem is i wake up hrs in front of where i started off :-)

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  35. Lavender scented bath before bed :)

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  36. A hot bath & listening to some music with headphones x

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  37. A nice relaxing bath before bed and comfy pillows, there's nothing worse than lumpy ones.

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  38. Leave the laptop / phone downstairs

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  39. Been having trouble sleeping lately, will try the lavender spray, thanks

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  40. a good book and a soft comfy duvet x

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  41. blackout blinds, a cool room and the OH rubbing my back always helps me sleep

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  42. Warm bath, hot milk, blackout curtains and a consistent bed time

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  43. Dark room and an open window to keep cool... as long as the neighbours are quiet!

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  44. Not using your phone or tablet for at least half an hour before you sleep...although easier said than done! x

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  45. Just taking time to wind down and chill for at least 30 mins before you go to bed.

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  46. Our new mattress is working for me. Not that I ever had problems. One of these pillows looks great for when you are very pregnant - I would sleep with a quilt under my bump as well as over.

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  47. Winding down before bed by not using anything electrical

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  48. Don't stay up so late! And read before bed!

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  49. A dark room and no technology before bed.

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  50. For me, a nice cool room and bed, and the TV on in the background to distract me from the flat creaking!

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  51. Elizabeth Hinds30 July 2015 at 20:49

    I always read for a bit before bed, it sends me straight off! :)

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  52. make sure i go to bed before the other half xx

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  53. Rachael McGeoch1 August 2015 at 17:28

    When the husband is nightshift ;) No snoring!!!

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  54. Write anything worrying you down on a piece of paper and leave it till the next day to think of again

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  55. Warm bath before, and fresh bedding x

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  56. a warm bath and reading for a while

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  57. To do list ready for next day, bit of time for reflection, cosy clean sheets and a pillow to cuddle! :) x

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  58. Have a nice hot bath to relax before bed xx

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  59. Lavender spray and a warm drink of milk

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  60. Cool your room down - scientifically proven and works a treat for me!

    EJ Dunn

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  61. use lots of pillows to take presure off x x

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  62. Lavender Oil always works well for me.

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  63. Natasha Edwards6 August 2015 at 12:47

    Have a nice hot bath with lots of lavander bath treats and some candles �� x

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  64. a nice warm bubble bath and then a glass of warm milk

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  65. Fresh sheets and read for a little bit before bed xx

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  66. reading a book before going to sleep and having a glass of warm milk helps me.

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  67. No mobiles,no tablets or laptops,no tv in the room,just read a book and also make sure the room is ventilated x

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  68. pitch black and absolute silence do the trick for me!

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  69. A good mattress!

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  70. clean sheets and a bath/shower before bed! :)

    @PeanutButter92x

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  71. Ear Plugs and a sleep mask

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  72. warm bath and don't be on mobile devices or tablets for atleast an hour before bed

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  73. The best mattress you can afford. @jaizduck

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  74. Leave the window open slightly most the day and at night have a cool relaxing bed <3 xx

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  75. switching all gadget off at least an hour before bedtime,

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  76. Have a bath, mug of hot chocolate and an early night x

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  77. Kerryanne Atkinson9 August 2015 at 09:37

    Read a book and turn off all tech an hour before bed x

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  78. Take a relaxing bath & read to take your mind elsewhere

    Kelly Ellen Hirst

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  79. No tv or radio on and heavy dark curtains
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  80. A nice warm bath a few hours before gets me sleepy, & putting my phone on 'Sleep' mode so I don't get awakened by Facebook/Twitter notifications at 4am!

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  81. get a good partner to set up a decent rota

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  82. Pam Francis Gregory9 August 2015 at 12:12

    Total darkness!

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  83. Fresh sheets and a lavender bag on the pillow.

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  84. have the window open and get into lovely clean sheets.

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  85. Limited technology like phones, tv, ipads, laptop etc 30 mins or so before you want to go to sleep so your brain gets a chance to switch off

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  86. New bedding is always great, but can't do that daily so I would say the next best option which for me is reading a good book. This always makes me sleepy.

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  87. I find a relaxing pillow mist spray really helps me.

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  88. a hot milky drink and a comfy bed

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  89. No tv or electricals directly before bed.

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