6 Sleep Myths You Need to Know

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Nov 14, 2018

Sleep can be quite the mysterious subject, and what we think we know about it can often be totally wrong. Constantly evolving studies on sleep help us debunk common sleep myths and better understand what our bodies need while we’re drifting off to dreamland.

5 Reasons to Stop Trying to Make Tired Sexy

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Nov 12, 2018

​ How many people were actually on time, not rushing in ten minutes late with a half-assed apology? How many people were alert and paying attention and not catching up on whatever they didn’t finish before crashing?

How Does Stress Impact Your Sleep?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Nov 7, 2018

It only makes sense that stress and sleep would be closely tied, we all tend to lose sleep when things are chaotic or something is negatively impacting your day-to-day, but the impact of stress on your health and sleep goes deeper than forcing you to lie awake at night thinking and freaking out.

The Daylight Saving Debate

by T&N Team | Nov 5, 2018

One more hour snuggled up in their T&N Mattress and sheets, with one arm tucked under their pillow and the other one holding the hand of their significant other. We all got this extra hour last night, so we’re all revving to go this morning, right?

6 Things You Didn't Know About Nightmares

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Nov 2, 2018

You wake up in a cold sweat, clutching onto your sheets and wait, was that you screaming? It all starts flooding back before you can stop it—the nightmare. You were being chased by something this time, but you couldn’t see it, stumbling through pitch black, legs pumping through an endless sea of black.

Every Movie You'll Need to Keep Yourself Up Tonight

by Brittney Heyns | Oct 31, 2018

While I personally believe that horror movies are a year round sport, October is the perfect time of year to roll out the spooky, scary, and downright creepy. This breakdown is everything you need to organize a horror movie marathon of any caliber.

4 Reasons to Put the Candy Down Tonight

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Oct 29, 2018

Halloween is upon us and so is the inevitable sugar rush that hits right around 9PM when the last little goblin leaves you with half a bag of Snickers on your hands. If you eat them all tonight you can start your post-Halloween pre-Thanksgiving diet tomorrow, right?

So, What's Up With Sheet Ghosts?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Oct 26, 2018

It’s seven o’clock, October 31st, and you’ve been too busy living your life to come up with an actual costume. The party won’t wait for you, so you go with what you know—for some reason, what we all know—is a classic, if not boring, option waiting right in your own linen closest.

What Are Night Terrors?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Oct 24, 2018

Night terrors, or sleep terrors, are a parasomnia that affect up to 40% of children, though they are less frequent the older we get. Typically paired with sleepwalking, night terrors can have a few symptoms and causes.

Introducing the Down Duvet

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Oct 19, 2018

It’s happening. You ignore your tires squealing through the parking lot as you race home. All along your street, your neighbors’ doors brandish wreaths of sunflowers and wheat.

Introducing Jersey Sheets

by T&N Team | Oct 17, 2018

Before you even open your eyes, you know the temperature dropped quite a bit overnight—gone are the long, harsh days of summer.

T&N's Guide to Gilbert

by T&N Team | Oct 15, 2018

Downtown Gilbert is full of a wide variety of restaurants and bars to choose from—all of which are delicious!

What is Exploding Head Syndrome?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Oct 3, 2018

It’s an eye-catching name for something, that’s for sure, but exploding head syndrome, or EHS, is a real parasomnia that people experience either as they fall asleep or wake up. Parasomnias are disorders characterized by abnormal and hard to explain nervous system phenomena.

Percale vs. Sateen Sheets

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Sep 26, 2018

Of all the ways to weave a sheet, percale and sateen weaves are often the most likely to be interchanged even though they are actually quite different in feel and construction.

What is Seasonal Light Disorder and Does it Affect Sleep?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Sep 24, 2018

You don’t notice it right away. It sneaks up on you, washing everything in a soft, golden glow. The light starts shifting away from a bright, clean white in the early fall and as the weather cools down, the light warms up—but how does this impact your day-to-day?

What is Sleep Apnea?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Sep 21, 2018

Sleep apnea is a relatively common condition in the US. There are three types of apneas that can have a major impact on the quality of your sleep, if you suspect you might be showing signs of having sleep apnea, always contact your doctor for more information.

Are You Too Afraid of the Dark?

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Sep 19, 2018

As the sun dips below the horizon, most of us embrace the night and start getting ready for bed without a second thought. We wind down and cuddle into soft pajamas and fluffy bedding, grateful for another long day’s end and looking forward to a night of deep sleep

Hormones That Help You Sleep

by Shelly Weaver-Cather | Sep 17, 2018

There’s always a lot going on at any given moment in your body, but the timeline of hormone production at night is a fascinating look into everything your body does to get you the best sleep possible.