Kokoon Blog – 10.27.20 (10.26.20)
I’ve always loved to run. But recently, running and I fell out of step. To rediscover my mojo, I enlisted the help of a running coach.
Her advice was surprising – “run naked”… keep your shorts on, but lose the smartwatch. Instead of fixating on the data and pushing the pace, I was to run by feel and measure by enjoyment. If I wanted to see my pace go up, I had to stop trying so hard.
Source: Relax! A fresh look and relaxed feel for sleep tracking with MyKokoon
Eight Sleep Blog – 11.22.19 (11.21.19)
Today, TIME revealed the Pod has been selected as one of TIME’s 2019 Best Inventions. The annual list features the 100 best inventions that are making the world better, smarter and even a bit more fun.
Source: The Pod is one of TIME’s 100 Best Inventions of 2019
Fitbit Blog – 10.30.19 (10.29.19)
On November 3rd, we’ll “gain” an hour of sleep when Daylight Saving Time ends. Shifting the time by one hour doesn’t seem drastic—many people acclimate to the change within a day—but some do have trouble adjusting to the time difference. “Daylight Saving Time imposes a one-hour jet lag on millions of us at once,” says Benjamin Smarr, PhD, a sleep researcher at the University of California, Berkeley and Reverie sleep advisory board member. “It is followed by increased car accidents, sickness and frustration, as our body clocks rush to adjust to the new time imposed on us.”
Source: 5 Ways To Adjust Your Sleep Schedule To Daylight Saving Time
2breathe Blog – 5.24.19 (5.21.19)
The blue light in LED lighting that is increasingly used in our homes can damage the eye’s retina. It also disturbs our biological and sleep rhythms, a French health authority warned in a new report.
Read more: Blue Lights And Insomnia
2breathe Blog – 4.9.19 (4.7.19)
Eating and drinking—for better sleep means more than just avoiding caffeine and heavy, heartburn-inducing foods at night. Certain foods and beverages could actually help you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly. Here are some things to put on your grocery list for more restful nights.
Read more: Foods & Beverages That Help You Sleep
2breathe Blog – 4.3.19 (4.1.19)
I am the type of individual who needs to be in bed early. 10:00 PM would be great, but I work until 12:00 every day. But as soon as I am finished I am off to bed and up early. My wife, on the other hand, is up until about 0430 and sleep till about 11:00, sometimes 12:00. I thought maybe there was something wrong with us, but it turns out we are not alone
Read more: When Couples’ Sleep Patterns Diverge