Sleepcare Stories

Daniel Poulin is a visionary, plain and simple. With over 30 years of strategic leadership, innovation and advocacy, Daniel is poised to lead and change the industry for the better.  In our last Beyond the Sheets conversation of 2020 (we...
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I think we all can agree 2020 has left us exhausted with our mental and physical energy running on empty. That is why the greatest gift you can give yourself, and others, this season is the gift of the best rest. Investing in enhancing your sleep doesn’t have to be another chore. Once our bedding is on your bed, we do all the work restoring you, your skin and your hair. This is wellness while you sleep
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Under previously normal circumstances, the upcoming holidays are a time to reflect on the good in our lives, take a break and spend time, even if only virtually, with our loved ones. However, for many of us, this time of year means stress which negatively impacts our sleep. It is imperative we invest in sleep care and manage our sleep properly during the holiday season. Here’s some sleep care tips.
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Most of us have experienced disruption in our sleep from COVID-19. Chronic, acute stress can do that - disrupt the ability to rest. When there is something new causing us to stay awake, we need to source new alternatives to achieve restful sleep, and sleep stories may be it! We need to take care of and protect our sleep. With COVID-19 making sleep harder to achieve, sleep stories are an easy and free addition to your sleepcare routine, the intentional practices that improve and maximize one’s overall well-being during and surrounding sleep.
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Skin is the human body’s largest organ and is essential to our protection and wellbeing. The care of that skin is essential too. Since the pandemic began, we have been bombarded with the terms essential business and nonessential business. What makes a business “essential” vary from state-to-state and, sometimes, even city-to-city. On the most basic level, think of an essential business as a need and an nonessential business as a want.

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