The new Silentnight Lift Breathe mattress

If getting a peaceful sleep is high on your list of priorities, but you’ve been struggling with hot flushes and night sweats, then you’ll be pleased to hear that Silentnight have developed a mattress that is scientifically proven to help reduce symptoms of menopause.

The mattress works in four ways: the Intense sleep surface works to reduce cortisol levels and morning stress, while the platinum pad is a breathable alternative to foam (but just as comfortable). The breathable sleep system is ideal if you get hot in the night or struggle with night sweats, and the Mirapocket spring-zoned support helps to soothe aches and pains.


Did you know that 61% of women experience hot flushes during menopause?

Night sweats and hot flushes are one of the most recognisable menopause symptoms (and you can find out more about them here). The mattress works to enhance breathability and transports heat and moisture away from your body, and it’s hypoallergenic too.

You can purchase the mattress on its own, in four size options – and we also have it available as a divan bed in a choice of stylish, contemporary shades to suit your home.


Here are some more key features:

  • Designed to offer medium support
  • Traditionally hand-tufted cover with a contemporary look
  • Three-part Airflow border for maximum breathability
  • Easy care – no need to turn, simply rotate regularly


For more stories, advice and interviews, head to the Menopause Your Way Stories hub. To browse and shop a curated edit of menopause products, visit the Menopause Your Way page on QVC.

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We understand there’s a lot of information out there on the menopause. You can read through the NICE guidance on menopause management, as well as the NHS overview on the menopause.