Mara Leighton, provided by Published 7:49 pm CST, Tuesday, February 19, 2019 The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Dreampad The Dreampad Pillow ($160), as seen on "Shark Tank," plays music only you can hear through bone conduction. The Dreampad app is pre-loaded with 10 songs engineered to combine ambient music, nature sounds, and the rhythms and frequencies most conducive to deep sleep. The company claims its pillow is more effective than external white noise machines because the music travels through you internally and should trigger your nervous system's relaxation response. I tried the Dreampad, and it really does work. For $160, there are cons to consider, but it's a good option for anyone who wants to listen to soothing music without bothering their partner, or who needs a low-risk or relatively low-cost solution to troubled … [Read more...] about This pillow that was on ‘Shark Tank’ uses a special technology to play music and ambient sounds only you can hear — making sure you don’t wake anyone else from the noise
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By Andrea Leinfelder Published 8:58 am CST, Tuesday, February 12, 2019 The National Sleep Foundation is launching a Sleep Show in Houston. Keep going for tips on getting better sleep. The National Sleep Foundation is launching a Sleep Show in Houston. Keep going for tips on getting better sleep. Photo: Catherine Delahaye/Getty Images Photo: Catherine Delahaye/Getty Images Image 1 of / 24 Caption Close Image 1 of 24 The National Sleep Foundation is launching a Sleep Show in Houston. Keep going for tips on getting better sleep. The National Sleep Foundation is launching a Sleep Show in Houston. Keep going for tips on getting better sleep. Photo: Catherine Delahaye/Getty Images The latest in sleep technologies … [Read more...] about The latest in sleep technologies to be presented in Houston
Tempur-Pedic's Breeze mattress on display at the Las Vegas Market at the World Market Center in Las Vegas, Monday, Jan. 28, 2019. The mattress can draw heat away from the body. A trend that has continued for the past five years is cooling technology in bedding. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__raeDay two of the Las Vegas Market at the World Market Center in Las Vegas, Monday, Jan. 28, 2019. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__raeAbstract art on the First Look showroom tour at Las Vegas Market at the World Market Center in Las Vegas, Monday, Jan. 28, 2019. According to curator Julie Smith Vincenti, abstract art is a growing trend, especially when it isn't tied to a canvas and uses mixed media; here the paint is on the canvas and the metal frame. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__raeJulie Smith Vincenti leads a First Look showroom tour at Las Vegas Market at the World Market Center in Las Vegas, Monday, Jan. 28, 2019. According to Vincenti, … [Read more...] about Las Vegas Market 2019: Sleep technology trends toward cool — VIDEO
Sleep Number reported strong third quarter results on Wednesday after the stock market closed. Companies generally speak about sales results, but Sleep Number officials were rightfully eager to devote much of their time on the conference call with analysts discussing sales orders in the last seven weeks of the quarter. During the quarter the Minneapolis-based company finished close-out sales on its old bed models and converted its entire product lineup to its new 360 Smart Beds. Sleep Number started rolling out its new models in the spring of 2017 and September was the first full month of delivering only 360 Smart Beds. “Now that we are all 360 Smart Beds, It’s a new business.” Shelly Bach, Sleep Number’s president and chief executive, told analysts on the earnings call. The 360 Smart Beds include sensors that monitor peoples movements then automatically adjusts firmness, comfort and support and allows users to track their sleep habits. While net sales for the … [Read more...] about Sleep Number set to harvest their investment in their 360 smart beds.
MOST parents know that the arrival of a new baby spells the end of those long Sunday morning lie-ins. Gone are the days of snoozing in bed with the weekend newspapers and a gloriously empty schedule – now your nights and mornings revolve around hourly feeds, nappy changes and running on adrenaline.Experts frequently advise that we aim for eight hours of shut-eye per night, but if you have a newborn, it can be normal to go weeks or even months without getting more than a few hours of unbroken sleep at a time.A recent survey, by sleep technology brand Simba, found that for the first year of their baby's life, new parents get just four hours and 44 minutes slumber a night on average. More than half of the poll respondents also report looking back at the first 12 months of parenthood and being amazed that they were able to function as well as they did on so little sleep.We all know that just one night of bad kip can feel brutal enough, but when you repeatedly miss out on quality … [Read more...] about Wellbeing: Six tips for managing to cope with sleep deprivation as a new parent