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
Posted: July 17, 2018|Categories: All posts|Tags: tissue repair , sore back causes , solutions for back pain , sleep tips , sleep hygiene , sleep health , sleep deprivation , sleep and health problems , restorative sleep , pillows , muscle recovery , health and lack of sleep , back pain management , adjustable power base|
If you’re one of the millions of Americans suffering from chronic pain, you know that a good night’s sleep is hard to come by. In fact, you might not even remember the last time you experienced a halfway-decent night’s sleep.
As is the case with most things that disrupt our sleep, the sleep loss resulting from chronic pain often begins a vicious cycle which only makes the source of the pain worse, causing even more sleep loss. If there’s one good thing that comes from recognizing this cycle, it’s that it shows us just how necessary good sleep is for good health.
When we don’t get at least seven hours of consistent and uninterrupted sleep (as is often the case for those enduring chronic pain), we miss out on some of sleep’s most helpful benefits. The reason behind this has to do with t