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Nighttime bruxism: escaping the grind

January 10, 2017
tooth pain

We think of sleep as the most relaxed state our bodies can reach—and, for the most part, that’s true. Yet there are exceptions. One of the biggest ones is a phenomenon that is the epitome of non-relaxation. It’s characterized by tension and destruction that somehow slipped its way into the chilled-out world of sleep: bruxism. Read More »

The Science Behind Cold Feet

December 8, 2016
Feet In Bed

So you climb into bed late at night, snuggle up next to your already-sleeping partner, and he immediately yelps. Cold feet strike again. An age-old nemesis to cuddling. Especially now that winter is upon us. Cold feet are common and often accompanied by cold hands. Which begs the question: what’s putting the chill into so Read More »

Five essential habits for productivity from our CEO

December 6, 2016
CEO Martin Rawls-Meehan

Martin Rawls-Meehan Reverie® CEO and Chief Innovation Officer I go to bed every night with a heavy cloud of to-dos hanging over me, and wake up with a flood of emails on top of that. I’m sure you know the feeling. As the CEO and co-founder of Reverie, I am often asked how I personally Read More »

Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Perfect Picks For Hibernation

December 2, 2016
Holiday Gifts

The holidays are fast approaching as well as winter, brrrr. It’s a great time for cozying up around the house and in the bedroom. Here are some of our favorite gifts this year for hibernating.  PINEAPPLE LIGHT Coolest nightlight ever. Made of quality molded vinyl. When lit, it has gradations to the leaves and all Read More »