Here's what people are saying about Reverie out in the big wide world, with our most recent press coverage first. Click the link to read the story.
Lead Sleep Coach Rachel Wong dishes out some great advice on how to make your bedroom the best environment for a good night’s sleep.
Our Sweet Slumber pillow is listed as the best latex pillow for side sleepers in this article providing a list of the best pillows for side sleepers experiencing neck and shoulder pain.
First of a Three-Part Series
Internet style celebrity Samantha Wennerstrom, known for her Could I Have That? brand, has many thousands of followers on social media, and is known for her impeccable taste. We had no idea that she'd been eyeing our bed for a while, so when she contacted us about a collaboration, we were surprised and happy.
Samantha just moved into her amazing new home, and while she's unpacking, she had a luxury delivery ... her new Reverie bed. Check out her authentic impressions in this fun video. And stay tuned, because we'll be checking back with Samantha at 30 days and 60 days to see how her sleep progresses and to hear about her experience with Reverie's new Sleep Coach program.
At Reverie, we believe in the power of science and medicine. We work with some distinguished professionals who advise us on matters of sleep and health. Meet Dr. Amelia Bailey, a Harvard-trained Ob/Gyn and infertility specialist, who just happens to be the mom of two toddlers herself. We asked Dr. Bailey to give us some detailed tips and info on pregnancy, and she created this exclusive nine-part series for us.
Episode No. 1: Listen to Your Body
Dr. Bailey talks exercise, nausea, smoothies and eating strategies for the first two trimesters to help keep your baby healthy. Enjoy, and be sure to watch her other eight great videos.
There are a couple oft-cited “epidemics” in America, one being obesity, and the other inadequate sleep. Unfortunately, it’s not just attention-grabbing headlines: according to studies, over one third of Americans are obese, and one third don’t get enough sleep.
The closeness of these two figures may be more than coincidence. A growing body of research shows a strong association between sleep deprivation and weight gain. In a meta-analysis that encompassed 634,511 subjects, both male and female, ranging in age from 2 to 102, researchers found a consistent increased risk of obesity among those who don’t sleep enough.
So what role does sleep loss play in weig
It’s your anniversary dinner, and you go out to that new Italian restaurant you’ve been eyeing for months. You wine and dine with abandon—roasted garlic, spicy octopus, pasta with sausage and rivers of homemade tomato sauce, and—of course—wine. Lots and lots of red wine.
You come home and get in bed, full and content and ready to doze off, when all of a sudden it hits you like a freight train: acid reflux. Acid reflux, also known as heartburn or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), is a burning discomfort located in your stomach, chest, or throat. It can also bring with it a sour taste in your mouth, nausea, bloating, and other unpleasant symptoms. It perhaps goes without saying that acid reflux makes it a bit difficult to fall asleep.
What's giving you indigestion?
Caused by what’s called a hiata
There are a lot of things to consider when it comes time to buy any mattress, not just eco-friendly mattress: size, type, budget, extra features. You need to spend a lot of time thinking about how the mattress will impact your sleep, your relationships, and your home … but what about the impact it will have beyond the walls of your bedroom? How will your mattress impact the environment?
It may not be the first thing that comes to mind, but the production and ultimate of mattress disposal can take its toll on the environment, as well as your own health — and for years, there was no way around this. But fortunately, as mattress technology has improved and we’ve become more aware of the importance of taking care of our environment, eco-friendly organic mattress options have grown.
As soon as you have a tiny human being growing inside of you, your life becomes a whole lot less about you. Most women know this, of course, but many don’t know just what changes are in store for their daily habits. An expectant mom usually knows to avoid alcohol, yes, and she’s pretty sure that she should avoid too much fish, and second-hand smoke becomes extra risky… but what about her favorite cheeses? Is she still allowed to hit the gym? Can she even still enjoy a cup of coffee?
Because it’s not just about you anymore, every single decision of the day suddenly becomes more significant. And unfortunately, all of the conflicting information about pregnancy can make expectant moms lose a lot of sleep – literally. But while the occasional