THE SLEEP ATELIER
Delve into the world of Sleep Atelier and discover narratives around health, wellness, science and all things sleep lifestyle. We speak to experts in their field, discover the latest in sleep innovation and give you an insight into our brands and the newest in interior design.
The Sleep Doctor’s Guide to Sleeping well in Winter by Hästens Sleep Expert Dr Michael BreusLike any other season,...
The bedroom tends to be forgotten when it comes to design, since it’s a private room and its main purpose is sleep, but by creating a dreamy retreat for rest and relaxation we can greatly influence our wellbeing , health and sleep.
Exercise is as important for your wellbeing, as your diet or social interactions. Sport and exercise can help both physically and mentally to cope with your sometimes rigorous daily routine.
Good sleep is key for a balanced, healthy life – yet studies show that at least 1 in 4 people would rate their sleep quality as “mediocre” to “bad”. Why is that? And what can we do to improve the quality of sleep?
Our overstimulated way of life leads to a permanent state of hyperactivity, which again leads to many people not being able to fall asleep or sleep through the night and thus being unable to rest and recover during the night.
We speak to Dr. Christine Blume, sleep researcher at the Centre for Chronobiology at the University of Basel, Switzerland. Her research centres around the factors that influence sleep in modern societies and she is currently investigating the effects of evening screen light on sleep.
Sleep is a unique and complex activity that is deeply personal and private. There is no one- size-fits-all solution to finding the perfect bed and that is why we offer our individually tailored sleep consultations, held by our highly trained sleep specialists.