The quality of the sleep you’re getting (or lack thereof) affects how well your memory works. In this post, we dive into the power of sleep and its relationship with learning and memory.
The Lay Low
Ever feel like you need to lay low for a while? Well, here’s the perfect place to do it. Curl up on the couch, get cocooned in your Napper and indulge your curious mind.
All around the world, people are tired and feeling stress. Different cultures handle fatigue very differently, but with one commonality – they all have their own variations on napping. So let’s take a look at a few nap cultures across the globe.
In this guest post from Zak Williams, co-founder & CEO of PYM, he shares a little more about his own mental health journey after the death of his father – late acting legend Robin Williams – and how sleep forms part of his daily mental health routine.
A DIY weighted blanket might sound simple – you sew pockets into a blanket, add plastic pellets or beads to give it weight, and then add a cover. But there’s more to making a weighted blanket that works and doesn’t leave you feeling too hot and sweaty when using it.
Do a quick Google search of carbon footprint, and you’ll likely see a ton of headlines about carbon reduction, carbon neutrality, carbon negativity, and carbon sequestering. What do all of these phrases mean, and why are they showing up on product labels?
Do you have an anxious pet? We connected with veterinarian Dr. Alison Birken to learn more about how weighted blankets can help pets with anxiety.
A weighted blanket can help you sleep better, minimize anxiety, and improve your overall well-being. Are there any downsides to sleeping under a Napper? Let’s weigh up the pros and cons.