1. Sleep: The Road to Recovery—an interview with Olympian Patrick Chan

    Sleep: The Road to Recovery—an interview with Olympian Patrick Chan

    Who better to give us the inside scoop on the role of sleep in the body's recovery process than three-time Olympic figure skater Patrick Chan? In part one of this in-depth interview with Reverie's CMO Lisa Tan, Patrick tells us all about how fundamental sleep is to an athlete's performance both on and off the ice, along with the tips he's used to sleep better throughout his career.


    Lisa Tan: Patrick Chan is here with me today. I’m Lisa Tan, the Chief Marketing Officer of Reverie, and I’m really excited to have the chance to speak with Patrick. He is one of the most decorated male figure skaters in Canadian history. He’s a three-time Olympian with an individual silver from the 2014 Olympics, and a team gold from the 2018 Olympics. He’s also a three-time world figure skating champion, and a 10

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  2. How to Build a Better Relationship While You Sleep

    How to Build a Better Relationship While You Sleep

    Humans are social creatures. No matter how happy you might be spending time by yourself, science tells us that we are most healthy when we spend time with other people. So over time, our sleep has evolved to aid us in a social environment, boosting the skills we need to navigate this interpersonal world.

    This Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to talk about the ways sleep helps us in our romantic relationships specifically. While being in a romantic relationship can be a fun and rewarding experience, it’s also not exactly easy. We humans may be social creatures, but we’re also individuals, and we come into every relationship with our own histories, aspirations, quirks, and pet peeves, which makes blending your life with someone else a definite “learning experience”, to put it nicely.

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  3. Adjustable Beds: The Future of Sleep

    Adjustable Beds: The Future of Sleep

    One of the main reasons that life, as it was 150 years ago, looks so different to us today is the enormous amount of technological advancements that have come along and changed how we live our lives. Instant communication with friends half a world away, traveling across a continent in a matter of hours, and getting anything imaginable shipped right to our door would’ve been inconceivable a century and a half ago.

    Yet, for all these improvements that have made our lives easier over the years, there’s one essential part of our daily lives that hasn’t made any big technological leaps: the bed. Maybe it’s because we’ve been sleeping since the dawn of time and so we assume we have it down pat, but our beds have been essentially the same for hundreds of years: flat, with maybe some spongy material for comfort. A revolution for bed tech is on the horizon, however, and it’s being sparked by one innovative game-changer: the adjustable bed frame.

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  4. A New Year of Better Sleep

    A New Year of Better Sleep

    When you think of the resolutions that usually end up on people’s lists for the new year—losing weight, exercising more, improving relationships, getting a promotion or a better job—it’s probably not often that you hear “sleep better” included. And that’s really a shame, because the health benefits of sleep are so crucial to our success in all different areas of life. What many don’t know is that consistently healthy sleep can actually help them achieve all of these different resolutions.

    Better sleep helps to:

    • curb your appetite

    • gives you the energy to exercise

    • makes you a more careful worker and a better team player

    • improves your mental health and stab

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  5. The Easiest Way to Survive the Holidays

    The Easiest Way to Survive the Holidays

    While the holidays can be one of the most fun times of the year, most of us will admit it also requires a lot of energy. From traveling long distances to visit relatives, to wading through crowds and long lines at the store, there’s a lot to do during the holidays that can leave us feeling drained if we’re not careful. The good thing is that practicing healthy sleep habits is an easy way to keep spirits bright no matter what the holidays throw at you. Here are four ways that a good night’s sleep helps you survive the holidays.

    #1: Keep off the festive fifteen.

    Despite what your own dance moves might tell you, your body is constantly undergoing a carefully orchestrated dance of biological rhythm that keeps the functions of your body running at peak performance—bu

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  6. The Best Sleep Tips for Kids on Holiday Break

    The Best Sleep Tips for Kids on Holiday Break

    The holidays are just around the corner, and with them is coming that brief reprieve much-anticipated by every young boy and girl: the holiday break from school. While you’re busy making fun-filled plans for your kids and preparing yourself for some noisier weekday mornings, this is also a good time to make sure your kids will still be getting healthy sleep, school night or no.

    Check out our tips below for giving your kids the best sleep possible during the upcoming break.

    Consistency, with a caveat

    Even though the holiday break is a time for your kids to relax free from the rigmarole and restrictions of school, it’s a good idea to make sure they know it won’t be wild anarchy when it comes to their sleep schedule. You want to make

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  7. Give the Gift of Rest: 5 gifts for the person who has everything

    Give the Gift of Rest: 5 gifts for the person who has everything

    You know that one person on your Christmas list who seems to have everything already? That one person who’s always the last to be crossed off? They say they don’t want anything but you want to get them something—and everything you think they’d want, they already have, naturally.

    Well, this year you’re in luck, because we know just the gift that everyone could use: sleep! If you’re having a difficult time finding that perfect gift for someone who has everything, look no further than our list here of the five best sleep-saving gifts for that (ahem) special person on your list:

    #1: Sleep mask

    We’ll start with the low

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  8. 4 Easy Additions for a Great Night's Sleep

    4 Easy Additions for a Great Night's Sleep

    How did you sleep last night? Did it give you a spectacular recharge, or was it on and off, leaving you in the lurch come morning? You may not have considered it before, but is your bedroom environment helping or hurting your chances of getting a great night’s sleep? If you’re at all in doubt, you may want to consider making use of one or more of these easy bedroom upgrades to help upgrade your nightly slumber:

    • Eye mask: a low-cost solution for creating a dark sleep environment. Even a sliver of light can give your body trouble with trying to start up the sleep process. An eye mask is a great way to cover all your bases when it comes to light in your environment. You can find a rather inexpensive store brand

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  9. 3 Tips to Beat the Winter Weariness

    3 Tips to Beat the Winter Weariness

    Ahh, winter. That most contentious of seasons. Seems to be, you either love it or hate it, and a lot of that just has to do with perspective. For instance, some see freshly-fallen snow and are awestruck by beauty—others think about how rough traffic will be in the morning. Some people hear Christmas music back on the radio and are immediately filled with holiday cheer—while other would prefer nails on a chalkboard.

    But there are some side effects of winter time that nobody is fond of, and one of those is the sleepy, sluggish, can’t-get-out-of-bed feeling which sort of feels like an urge to hibernate. It’s a feeling most of us could do without, and it actually can be harmful to a healthy night of sleep. Here’s some of the sluggish “hibernation” habits we tend to fall into, and how you can beat them in order to get your best sleep possible.

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