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Our Favorite Hotel Hacks in 2021

Posted by Sara Hill Dierks on 27th Jul 2021

Our Favorite Hotel Hacks in 2021

Now that travel has begun again, even in the best of circumstances at the finest hotels, there are usually a few things we all find that need our help or improvement in order to make our stay even mor …

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​What's Your Sleep Midpoint?

Posted by Aline Martin O'Brien on 15th Jul 2021

​What's Your Sleep Midpoint?

The burden of too much information has been observed for centuries. The American essayist and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson elegantly observed, “There are many things of which a wise man might wish …

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​Seasonal Affective Disorder - in the Summer!

Posted by Aline Martin O'Brien on 12th Jul 2021

​Seasonal Affective Disorder - in the Summer!

We’ve written about REM sleep, Circadian rhythms, the effects of Daylight Savings Time, and many other sleep-related topics, but here’s something from the sleep researchers that just might be new to y …

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Work from Your Bed (While you still can)

Posted by Aline Martin O'Brien on 1st Jun 2021

Work from Your Bed (While you still can)

After a year of teleworking and physical distancing, more and more people are simply choosing to work from their beds. In these times of confinement and teleworking, the call of the softness of a hote …

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​Run Faster, Jump Higher … Sleep More?

Posted by Aline Martin O'Brien on 20th May 2021

​Run Faster, Jump Higher … Sleep More?

Sleep is the best athletic performance optimizer there is and has become the cornerstone of recovery and training for professional athletes. We all love a warm comforter and comfy pillow, but what’s t …

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​Sleep in Maximum Darkness for a More Serene Sleep

Posted by Aline Martin O'Brien on 25th Mar 2021

​Sleep in Maximum Darkness for a More Serene Sleep

Light, whether it comes from the outside (natural lighting, public lighting or advertising) or from the inside (electronic devices, night lights), is harmful to sleep. Light disrupts the secretion of …

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