Sleep Health and Wellness

Sleep is essential to good health. Rest is essential to being well. Find a way to get both with these resources.

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7 Ways to Give Mom the Rest She Deserves

Mom does it all—when you were little, she tucked you in at night and read you a bedtime story and now she always answers your call and cooks your favorite...

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How to Live a Greener Life

At Leesa, we are proud of our financial success, but how we’d rather measure our success is by our impact on the world. Since Day One, we have donated 33,000+...

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Reinvest in Your Rest: 4 Smart Ways to Use Your Tax Return

It’s that time of year again—spring has sprung and it’s time to do your taxes (if you haven’t already). Paperwork and crunching numbers can be a headache, but for some...

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6 Affordable Ways to Refresh Your Bedroom Sanctuary

Life would be so boring if everyone was the same. The same can be said for your bedroom. You spend one-third of your life in bed (and even more in...

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Introducing Plants into Your Space

You've probably seen indoor plants in trendy Pinterest posts and lifestyle shots. Bringing plants inside is definitely a growing trend (see what we did there?), serving the design of the...

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Overview of Sleep Stages

It’s common to think of sleep as your body’s “shutdown” mode. In fact, just a few decades ago, that’s what doctors thought sleep was too. However, due to a wealth...

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How Long can you go Without Sleep?

Sometimes it feels like there’s so much to do and not enough hours in the day to get it all done. With the chaos of time, it’s not uncommon to...

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What is Sleep Debt?

Ah, the weekend! No reason to get up early, nowhere specific to be (most weekends, anyway) and the glorious opportunity to sleep in. As adults, doesn’t it feel good to...

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4 Tips to Make the Most of Your Rest

Every year in March, we “spring forward,” losing an hour as daylight saving time starts. Then, in November, we gain an hour as the clocks “fall back” and daylight saving...

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Create a Space Worth Resting in

Ask a dozen sleep experts about their top tips for beating insomnia (and just generally getting better rest) and you’re likely to hear a number of common responses. Probably one...

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Ways to Rest Your Heart in the Bedroom

Whether it’s school, work, parenting, family or romantic relationships, we all have a lot to deal with every day, which puts stress on our minds and our bodies. That’s why...

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How to Get More in February in Fewer Days

February is the shortest month of the year, with only 28 days and 29 days on a leap year. If you’re like us, you’re thinking, “a normal month is barely...

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