Inspiring More Love in Your Life

Although it may seem that Valentine's Day is the invention of a clever florist, the origins date back to 14th century England. Today the holiday remains a reminder that love shouldn't be taken for granted. Expressing gratitude for the people you care about helps make them feel good, and will help you feel happier too. As a Valentine celebration of our love for all of you, we share some thoughts on ways to inspire more love in your life and, in turn, inspire more love in the world around you.

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The Incredible Diversity of Sleeping

Although sleep is a universal need, the culture of sleep is incredibly diverse around the world. People have developed unique sleeping rituals, customs and habits based on their environment, climate, social norms, wealth or religion.

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The World of Beds - from Ancient to Modern

At the 2017 International Furnishing Fair IMM in Cologne, visitors were once again immersed in the entire range of bedroom design. The exhibition has inspired us to think about the history of the bed and the modern intersection of design and function. Join us for a brief look at the role of beds in our lives, from ancient to modern.

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Time for Bed:

Our internal clocks have developed regional variations that align our need for sleep with climate, working conditions and other conditions. Although globalization is causing sleep patterns to become more similar worldwide, diversity still remains.

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Sleep it Off:

Spring is a time many of us start working to shed pounds and sculpt our beach bodies. Exercising and moderating our diet are musts. But, you may be surprised to learn how healthy sleep helps your body burn fat during the night.

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Spring Forward Feeling Refreshed (Not Fatigued)

The anticipation of brighter, warmer weather can often provoke a case of Spring Fever exhilaration; or an overwhelming tiredness. Learn more about the condition known as spring fatigue—what causes it and how to avoid it so you spring into Spring feeling refreshed.

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Sleep and Eat Your Way to Fight Free Radicals

When you're trying to optimize your wellbeing, guarding against illnesses, regular medical check-ups and staying fit with exercise are all essential to your routine. But do you also know why and how to strengthen your body on a molecular level?

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Sleeping Well While Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time is a fairly recent convention that has stuck around despite being based on outdated reasons. And, particularly for sensitive people, the time change can include unwanted side effects. So how can we protect our biological clocks even while adjusting to the time change?

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Smart People Sleep Well

Millions of miles of nerve fibers and 100 billion neurons and make our brain the super highway of our bodies. Discover how the quality of our sleep affects our mental health; and how you can sleep smarter.

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The Science to Getting Your Beauty Sleep

During the course of a night, we cycle through 5 different phases of sleep about 4 to 7 times. While each phase has its own role, we reach maximum relaxation during deep slow wave sleep. Yet, if this is when everything is so tranquil, then how does deep sleep recharge our bodies?

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Tidy Up for Rejuvenating Spring Sleeping

Stress often affects our everyday lives. While it may be impossible to completely avoid stress, it’s important to have a routine and a space that promotes calm and relaxation. To help you leave the messiness of your day behind, here are some of our tips to tidy up for serene spring sleeping.

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The Art of Sleeping

Sleep is essential to fuel artists’ creativity; plus, it provides necessary rejuvenation to support hours spent perfecting each work. The enigmatic, otherworldly state of sleep has also served as inspiration to artists. How have artists incorporated sleep into their work throughout history? Here's a peek.

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