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Science of Sleep When you sleep, your body rests and repairs. Your immune system restores and your skin, muscles, blood are regenerated. Your brain detoxes, replays information and preserves important memories. Sleep is the essential ingredient to maintaining a functioning brain and body. Sleep well and you will awaken refreshed.
Sleep Expert to Savoir, Dr Rebecca Robbins

Dr Rebecca Robbins

Sleep Researcher and Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School

We know sleep is important, but how does it really help maintain a healthy brain and body? To decipher the science and the true impact of sleep we turn to Sleep Expert to Savoir, Dr Rebecca Robbins. Instructor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Associate Scientist, Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders at Brigham & Women’s Hospital and co-author of ‘Sleep for Success!’ Dr Rebecca Robbins’ research looks at ways to improve sleep awareness through novel behavioural interventions. From immunity and anti-aging to performance and brain function, we are on a journey with Robbins to uncover the fundamentals of healthy sleeping.

The foundation of a good night’s sleep is a comfortable bed. You spend a third of your life in bed, so investing in the right bed is essential for sleeping and living.
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To keep your spine in its natural position, you must sink into the bed to some extent, or your spine will bend unnaturally. Keeping your body in the correct position is vital with feet slightly elevated to improve circulation.
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Enhance your REM sleep – the most restorative, mood-enhancing part of your sleep cycle, with the correct support for different parts of your body. This relieves pressure points and removes the disruption from tossing and turning.
Lady lying on a Savoir bed
Your body temperature usually varies according to the sleep stage. Naturally breathable materials are essential to maintaining your normal body temperature at the sleeping surface, channelling moisture away and in turn, improving the quality of your sleep.
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When you spend a third of your life in bed, space is essential. A standard king size bed allows you a comfortable 2ft 6 (75cm) each if you are sharing, but a larger bed offers greater comfort. Partner disturbances are reduced and the quality of your sleep reaches even greater heights.
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