Eight Sleep Bog – 3.8.18
In 2014 we founded this company with a mission to use technology to improve sleep. Fast forward 4 years and with 2.5 million nights of sleep tracked, I’m sharing some exciting news: we closed a $14M Series B round of funding led by Khosla Ventures with the support from our existing investors Y Combinator and Yunqi Partners.
Read more: Our (continued) commitment to healthier lives
Eight Sleep Blog – 2.22.18 (2.21.18)
We all want to sleep better, but there’s one part of sleep that’s even more crucial to our overall health – deep sleep. Deep sleep is the elusive stage of sleep when your brain waves are at their lowest frequency, your muscles relax, and your breathing slows. Also known as delta wave sleep, it comes at the end of NREM sleep. Deep sleep is so important because it’s the most restorative part of the night.
Read more: How To Get Deeper Sleep
Eight Sleep Blog – Published Jan. 29, 2018
We spend at least a third of our lives sleeping, so it’s important we make our sleep count. A good night’s sleep is just as important as a healthy diet and regular exercise in maintaining good health. Several studies show that poor sleep can negatively effect the brain and body from impaired memory and cognitive function to increased risk of heart disease or weight gain. If you want to lead a healthy life, quality sleep should be made a priority.
Read more: 8 Easy Ways To Sleep Better
Eight Sleep Blog – December 12, 2017
Is a foam mattress better than a spring mattress? Are burgers better with ketchup or mustard? Are anchovies on pizza delicious or disgusting? Are two food references in a mattress article too many? The answer to all of these questions varies from person to person. There is no one standard, correct choice. Mattress shopping can be overwhelming, and there are many questions to consider before purchasing. Eight is here to help.
Read more: Is A Foam Mattress Better Than A Spring Mattress?
Eight Sleep Blog – October 30, 2017
Have you ever dreamed that you were falling and jolted awake right before you were about to hit the ground? Probably. Turns out, falling is the most common element in dreams. Since falling dreams produce an uneasy feeling, we’re going to say it’s a nightmare.
Source: The Most Common Nightmares In The USA