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Re-Timer Coupon Code

Dear Friends, We love to hear how Re-Timer is improving your sleep and your life! Recently, many of you have written to us requesting a discount code to help everyone afford their own Re-Timer. You’ve asked and we’ve listened. Enter Code 10 to receive 10% off your Re-Timer today. Thank you for your support! Team… 

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Lack of sleep costs Americans billions of dollars each year

A new report has assessed the financial impact poor sleep has in the United States at $411 billion per year. This is more than 2 percent of the country’s gross domestic product. “Our study shows that the effects from a lack of sleep are massive. Sleep deprivation not only influences an individual’s health and well-being but… 

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Sleeping Tips: Demystified

1: Go to sleep and wake up using your internal alarm clock. Easier said than done, right? The most problematic thing about this statement is what if you don’t know when your natural sleep-wake pattern is timed? Most people try and regulate a sleep-wake pattern when they want to be asleep or awake, regardless of… 

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ESRS in Bologna

The 23rd Congress of the European Sleep Research Society (ESRS) was recently held in Bologna. ESRS is Europe’s largest event dedicated to sleep medicine and research, and it was attended by close to 2,000 researchers, physicians and industry professionals. These are the top questions and answers from the event. Q. Why does Re-Timer use green light? A. The… 

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There's an App for a Nap

Sleep research from Australia in 2007 and 2012 found that a sleep laboratory technique called “Intensive Sleep Retraining” (ISR) can greatly improve sleep in people suffering from insomnia. ISR is essentially “practicing” falling asleep: repeated chances to fall asleep briefly, followed immediately by feedback about whether or not the person is aware that they fell asleep. ISR was… 

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Let’s talk about f.lux:
What did f.lux have to say when they tried Re-Timer?

f.lux is a free App which filters out the blue light from your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Why you may ask? Exposure to light from screens at night slows melatonin production which disrupts our sleep rhythms, making it hard to fall asleep. Trouble falling asleep, known as sleep onset insomnia, might be more common than you think.… 

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We've launched our new website. Now we're making changes to our blog!

We’re making changes to our blog. Just some of the changes you’ll see… We’ll publish new stories more frequently You’ll be able to sign up for email updates Experts and guest bloggers will also write articles, providing new insights and perspectives on hot topics We will continue to bring you tips and tools to improve your… 

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FAQs from “Sleep 2015″ in Seattle

by Laura Falls on 18 Jun 2015 Organised by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Sleep 2015 was one the world’s largest events dedicated to sleep medicine and research.  Held in Seattle, the event was attended by thousands of sleep physicians and researchers. These are the top questions and answers from the event. Q. When do you… 

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“Light therapy was crucial to winning the gold medal”

by Laura Falls on 11 Mar 2015 In 2001, Maarten van der Weijden, a Dutch long distance and marathon swimmer, was confronted with cancer and his career was likely to be over. Fighting against cancer he made his comeback in 2003. In 2006, he intensified his training regime and started using morning bright light therapy. Then in 2008, he… 

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