1. 5 Proven Health Benefits of Reverie's 3D-Wave Massage

    5 Proven Health Benefits of Reverie's 3D-Wave Massage

    What if you could get a relaxing massage at any time of the day, at your command—no scheduling necessary? What if you could even drift off to sleep in your own bed while getting the massage? Sounds like a dream doesn't it? But with Reverie®, this dream can be your reality.

    We are all about increasing the comfort of our customers, so massage was naturally a feature we decided to include in a number of our revolutionary power beds. And to offer something more beneficial than the other massage furniture tech out there where the "massage" is just a flat, uniform shaking, we designed what we call our 3D-Wave™ massage technology, which moves the massage in waves throughout your bed and is able to provide a deeper level of comfort.

    To show you that our 3D-Wave massage is the real deal, here are five proven health benefits that this uniquely-designed massage function can provide to you.

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  2. The Only Two Things You Should Be Doing in Your Bedroom

    The Only Two Things You Should Be Doing in Your Bedroom
    The Only Two Things You Should Be Doing in the Bedroom
    with Dr. Thanuja Hamilton

    In our quest for better slumber, a lot of us want a simple answer. You want to sleep better—but how?

    Not to worry! Dr. Thanuja Hamilton, a board-certified sleep doctor on our Sleep Advisory Board, is here to walk us through the simplest route to better sleep:

    Limit your bedroom to sleep and sex

    “Right now, everyone is doing everything in bed,” Dr. Hamilton says.

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  3. How Your Bedroom Might Be Hurting Your Sleep

    How Your Bedroom Might Be Hurting Your Sleep

    This message brought to you by our Reverie Sleep Coach Team.

    Setting the right tone and mood for sleep is crucial for that deep, quality restorative sleep we want so badly. If you're a little haphazard about your bedroom environment, you might sleep through the night, but it might be lower quality sleep than if you take the time to really create a healthy sleeping space.

    Here are a few ways your bedroom might be hurting your sleep and what to do about them:

    Your bedroom is too hot.

    To prepare for sleep, your core body temperature actually drops. If your bedroom is too hot, it's harder for your body to kick through its "go-to-sleep"

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  4. Sleep Tips for Surviving Vegas Market

    Sleep Tips for Surviving Vegas Market

    It’s that time of year again! Our twice-a-year furniture market extravaganza in fabulous Las Vegas. For those of us in the bedding industry: this means talking all about the latest in sleep products and then not sleeping at all.

    It can be exhausting, but there are a few things you can do to make it easier. Here’s how to prep your sleep for Vegas market.

    Vegas Sleep Survival Guide

    If you’re already short on sleep, my advice is simple: sleep more now (like, seriously, right now).

    • Take naps.

    • Go to bed earlier.

    • Sleep in.

    You don’t want to pile sleep deprivation on slee

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  5. Why you need a power bed if you're a mom or mom-to-be

    Why you need a power bed if you're a mom or mom-to-be

    Creating a person may just be the most taxing act a human being can undergo. Mothers-to-be aren’t just building muscle; they’re building flesh, brain cells, and bone from scratchEven after giving birth, mothers have to try and sleep around the nighttime feeding schedule of their newborn, followed a couple years later by chasing around a toddler with a seemingly endless amount of energy. Add to this the day-to-day pressures of work and possibly raising multiple little ones at a time, and it’s hard to imagine a more tiring position to be in—which is why having the right bed is so important. For moms and moms-to-be, this means a power bed

    A power bed comes with a motorized adjustabl

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  6. 6 Ways to Fall Asleep Faster

    6 Ways to Fall Asleep Faster

    Some  American adults reportedly experiencing insomnia in a given year (that’s almost half of ‘em), and at least forty million suffer from long-term sleep disorders. The fact is that no matter how counterintuitive it might seem, falling asleep can be hard work—and the harder you try, the more likely you are to fail. Like trying to meditate as fast as possible, teaching yourself how to fall asleep faster can seem like a completely misguided tactic, but if you approach the task in the right way, it’s actually achievable.

    1) Wind Down Your Day Early

    Rushing around, checking things off your to-do list, your mind abuzz with chatter from morning ‘til night… sure, those might be the hallmarks of a productive go-getter, but a mind that runs a mile a minute needs a cool down before it can shut down completely. Instead of gluing your eyes—and your brain—to your

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