Here's what people are saying about Reverie out in the big wide world in 2018, with our most recent press coverage first. Click the link to read the story.
Our Reverie®️ Sleep Coach™ program is featured in this special holiday gift guide for your wellness-minded friends.
Our Sleep Advisory Board member Dr. Benjamin Smarr adds his expertise to this article on the
For those of us who have never raised children, it can come as a shock to learn that newborns sleep up to 18 hours per day. (Unfortunately, and to the chagrin of the parents, not in one uninterrupted block.) But if you think about it, it makes sense. Most newborns triple their birth weight in their first year out of the womb, and it appears that the more infants sleep, the more likely they are to experience growth spurts. One study even quantified growth, nap by nap: newborns are 43 percent more likely to experience a growth spurt for each additional nap they took, and 20 percent more likely to grow for each extra hour of sleep they got. This is
Posted: October 29, 2018||Tags: wave massage , sleep science , msu sleep lab , massage technology , massage chairs , massage beds , massage bed , massage and sleep , insomnia help , insomnia , furniture massage , clinical sleep trials , bed massage , 3d wave massage , 3d wave|
A recent Michigan State University study showed that Reverie’s 3D-Wave massage goes well beyond the obvious feel-good benefits during the massage. Namely, using it for 30 minutes at bedtime can help you wake up feeling happier and more alert. And those effects last well into the day.
A quick recap on the massage itself
Our 3D-Wave technology is truly revolutionary. Using the scientific principle of resonant frequency, we developed a more dynamic massage with a circular motion not found on other massage furniture. It’s also gentler and quieter. No crude shaking of the bed or bruising shiatsu. Just a travelling, zen motion that increases blood flow and circulation. And because we’re Reverie®, we designed it so you can adjust it to your own needs. Up to four wave patterns at your beck and call, plus 10 levels of intensity. We have a short video explaining more
Second of a Three-Part Series
After spending 30 days sleeping on a Reverie bed, Could I Have That? ’s Samantha Wennerstrom gives us an update on how it’s been going. (Spoiler alert: she loves it!)
In this second video of our three-part series, Samantha covers what really goes on in a Reverie Sleep Coach consultation, as well as all the new things she’s learned about how her habits and environment influence the quality of her sleep. Samantha also discusses the nirvana that is the Reverie bed’s Zero Gravity position, and how the ability to adjust her bed has helped to improve the way she feels waking up in the morning. Make sure to stay tuned for Samantha’s 60-day update!
By Dr. Dawn Dore-Stites
We can all agree that a good education establishes a solid foundation for children and adolescents and leads to more informed citizens with higher incomes; however, proposing new ways to improve aspects of the educational experience is often the cause of conflict and debate among teaching professionals and parents.
Imagine, though, if a single potential improvement existed that
Increased academic performance;
Decreased tardiness and absence from school;
Decreased risk behaviors;
Decreased incidence of depression;
Decreased frequency of motor vehicle accidents; and
Was endorsed by multi
Any new dad will tell you that there’s nothing more magical and life-altering than the arrival of your new baby. Among the major adjustments new fathers face, the most taxing is a severe alteration to their sleep schedules.
During the first 24 months of your child’s life, you will lose an average of six months of sleep. But it’s the first three to six months that will really be grueling with your newborn waking up every two to three hours demanding to be fed or have their diaper changed. Lucky for all you zombie dads, there are some easy ways for new fathers to cope with sleep deprivation.
If you have a sneaking suspicion that you’re not getting enough sleep every night, you can find a little comfort in knowing that you are definitely not alone. A recent study by the CDC states that 1 in 3 Americans are getting an insufficient amount of sleep, which means less than 7 hours of shut-eye a night.
Losing more than sleep
If you are one of the many Americans who are content if they can get five or six hours of sleep a night, you might think, “Well, what’s an hour more or less of sleep?” It turns out that hour can make an enormous difference. Spread out over months, years, or even (sadly) an entire lifetime, this condition is known as chronic sleep deprivation, and it comes with serious consequ
Unless you plan on becoming a Navy SEAL, the sleep deprivation you experience as a new parent will likely be the most severe you ever encounter. Need proof? During the first 24 months of your child’s life, a survey revealed you’ll lose an average of six months’ sleep.
One of the best things you can do for your overall wellbeing during this incredible period of your life is to take daily naps. For most of us, the last nap we had was some time during our senior year of college, but for new moms and dads, we encourage a short daily nap as often as possible.
Sleep makes everything better
The recommended amount of nightly sleep for adults is seven to nine hours. Whether you’re doing all the nightly feedings yourself or dividing them up with your better half, you’re not going to meet
Between the constant feedings, dirty diapers, and that growing pile of laundry that’s threatening to establish itself as your home’s overlord, you just aren’t getting enough of that sweet (oh-so-sweet) sleep you want.
By now you’re probably rolling your tired eyes and grumbling, “Tell me something I don’t know,” but hang in there, moms and dads. We have five simple strategies new parents can use to improve their sleep.
What it really means to sleep like a baby
Babies actually have a sleep cycle that’s in overdrive. At three months, babies need a hefty 15-16 hours of sleep. Babies will sleep (an often sporadic) 10 hours at night and 5 hours during the day napping. Plus, the average newborn