Sleep apnea affects an estimated 22 million Americans and nearly 1 billion people worldwide, and 80% of moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea cases are thought to go undiagnosed. It’s no wonder why—sleep apnea presents itself only when we’re asleep, and episodes of gasping or choking which indicate sleep apnea are nearly always forgotten in the grogginess of sleep.
Posted: April 01, 2019||Tags: technology for the bedroom , technology , split king adjustable foundation , split king adjustable bed , split king adjustable base , sleep comfort , sleep better , reverie technology , power foundation , power bed , power base , power adjustable bed , massage technology , bedroom tech , adjustable power base , adjustable foundation , adjustable beds , adjustable bed features , adjustable bed base , adjustable bed , adjustable bases , adjustable|
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.
There’s no relationship in your life quite like your relationship with your bed. You spend close to a third of your life lying in it, and a lot of that time is spent in sweet sleep—no wonder we all demand so much from these squishy rectangles.
When you have a great bed, it really is a gift that you experience daily, whether it’s coming home after a long day of work and dropping face down on the bed, or snuggling into the blankets for just a few more minutes in the morning.
But when your bed doesn't meet all of your needs, the disappointment is nightly. Make sure you’re not settling for a letdown—here are three ways your bed might be falling short of what a great bed should be.
1. Your bed should be flexible, and it’s
Posted: February 08, 2019||Tags: pro athletes , olympic athletes , muscle recovery , athletic skill , athletic performance , athletes and sleep , anti-snore position , adjustable power base , adjustable beds , adjustable bed|
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-tim