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INSIDER STORY: WHY THIS PSYCHOLOGIST PRIORITIZES SLEEP

“As a psychologist, the number one issue is stress, generic stress,” explains Klapow, of Birmingham. “And number two, we’re constantly helping people with sleep hygiene — the behaviors you need to engage to get proper sleep. For over 80 percent of sleep problems, the number one treatment for them is sleep hygiene, not medications.”  …

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Insider Story: My Secret Weapon for Sleep During Pregnancy

Brought to you by our featured guest blogger Louise Roe, author and founder of Front Roe. Sleep is one of the most important things for anyone’s health, but it becomes even more crucial (and elusive) when you’re pregnant. I’m almost 9 months pregnant now, and the baby is not only getting quite big, but also…

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Insider Story: Do We Still Like Our Sleep Number Bed

This post was brought to you by Emily Ann Gemma, author and founder of The Sweetest Thing.   BACKGROUND Last Christmas we got a Sleep Number bed and it was seriously one the best presents, ever. I’ve written two separate posts about it – one here [when we first ordered it] & one here [shot…

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Giving Back: Military Blue Star Families/Neighbors Award Winners

“You allow us to sleep better at night by always having our backs,” shares Paul Wilke, Sleep Number Store Manager. Sleep Number recently partnered with the Blue Star Families non-profit to find and reward a couple who’s gone above and beyond to help their neighboring military family.  And, we even threw in a little surprise……

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Podcast: Tim Ferriss Explains How He Creates Healthy Routines

Adopting morning and nighttime routines is a helpful way to build a healthy mind, body, and soul. And sleep plays a huge part in this. Productivity guru and best-selling author Tim Ferriss says if you’re feeling tired or have the urge to sleep-in, going to bed earlier is a smart idea. Find out more about…

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The Best of 2017: Influencer In-store Moments

You’d never buy a car without doing a test drive, right? The same reasoning applies to visiting the Sleep Number store. You want to get the full experience of a mattress before you actually invest. Does it feel comfy, too warm, too short or long? After all, if you’re going to spend every night on…

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Podcast: Time Management and Technology – “Humans of New York” Photographer and Storyteller, Brandon Stanton, Reflects

How do you manage your time? Is it the hours you put into building your brand? How about the time spent watching Netflix? Or … the hours spent browsing your phone? Brandon Stanton, “Humans of New York” photographer and storyteller, says it best, “Competition for time is getting higher and higher and higher.” Technology plays a role…

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Insider Story: A Marriage and a Mattress

Dan Guinn recently moved from Tennessee to Georgia for love. A connection through an old high school buddy had helped him meet the woman of his dreams. “We’re both computer geeks,” Dan says. “Plus, I’m a network engineer and she’s the office manager for the IT wing of a company. So she already had an…

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Highs & Lowes of Entrepreneurship: Sean + Catherine Lowe Tell All

Sean & Catherine Lowe are more than former Bachelor reality TV stars. They’re passionate entrepreneurs, new parents, and beloved social media stars. #PowerCouple. However, we think the most impressive item on their resumes is the fact that they’ve found a way to actually balance career + family. The elusive, northern light for so many of…

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Tracked His Sleep & Learned This About Alcohol (insider story)

When Matt and Carrie Ystad bought a Sleep Number bed last year, they never imagined it would make them count more than sheep as they drifted off to sleep. But the mattress the Minneapolis couple purchased came equipped with SleepIQ® technology. Matt quickly became interested in what he could learn from the metrics related to…

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Insider Story: His Pain Is Chronic, But Sleep Offers Relief

James Guglielmoni doesn’t take himself too seriously. He laughs a lot. He enjoys life. He doesn’t dwell on painful things. Which might surprise some people, because Guglielmoni is also often in pain.   Multiple Accidents and Injuries   Injuries and surgeries have marked much of the past two decades for Guglielmoni, a San Francisco native…

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