Arianna Huffington on the Importance of Individuality and Sleep
Cynthia Johnson, guest writer for Entrepreneur.com, sat down with Arianna Huffington at the World Government Summit in Dubai to discuss individuality, the importance of sleep, and her personal reasons for focusing on wellness. Huffington is the co-founder of The Huffington...
Innocent Habits Ruining Your Sleep
There seems to be quite the list of activities to avoid before you go to bed. Stay off your phone, avoid alcohol, turn off the television, etc. In addition to those, there are also small, innocent habits you may be doing that are ruining your quality of sleep.One habit is...
Are You Locked On Your Target?
Aside from the cool factor of being a jet fighter pilot, Adam is a really smart business strategist and it’s clear that... Click here for mor Q's Views
Serta Simmons Bedding Merge With Tuft and Needle
As you already know by now, Serta Simmons Bedding is merging with Tuft and Needle and that is... Click for more Q's Views
A Look Inside Your Typical Mattress Shopper
Better Sleep Council, the consumer-education arm of the International Sleep Products Association, teamed up with Sleep Savvy to create an interactive infographic to provide retailers with helpful, easy-to-understand insight into today’s mattress consumers.The animated...
A Trick to Fall Asleep 9 Minutes Faster
If you are looking for a quick, easy, and cheap way to fall asleep faster, this one tip is exactly what you need. In order to fall asleep quicker each night, simply make a to-do list.A study suggested that spending five or so minutes on a to-do list before bed helped those...
Why Women Need More Sleep Than Men
It is recommended by most experts to get around eight hours of sleep each night. Seven is fine, but eight is the goal. With that being said, did you know women actually require more sleep than men?Women need more sleep than men because their brain works harder. A...
Science: Sleeping In On Weekends Can Be Good
A study from researchers at Stockholm University recently followed the sleeping patterns of 43,000 people. They concluded that those observed who got an average of five to eight hours of sleep each night had lower mortality rates than those whose sleep average fell outside...
The Future's So Bright I Gotta Wear Shades
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Male or Female: Which Sex Is Better In Bed?
The Better Sleep Council recently surveyed a number of men and women on sleep habits. While both sexes performed poorly, the sleep habits of men proved to be better than women. However, the survey results revealed only a narrow three-point difference between men and...