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The countdown to Christmas has officially begun (yay!) which means that it’s time to get your party on! Whether you’re heading to the annual work do or you’re planning on meeting up with friends and family this season, one thing is for sure – there will be one or two late nights on the cards. But it doesn’t have to end in exhaustion and overindulgence.
Feeling groggy in the mornings? Repeatedly hitting the snooze button until the absolute last minute? You’re not alone! The dark, cold mornings are enough to make anyone want to stay in bed all day. Luckily there are a few tricks you can use to help yourself feel super energized and ready for your day from the moment that your alarm goes off.
d.REM is a curatorial project conceived by Allegra Shorto to explore and expand the relationship between art and dream. It unites thinkers from the fields of art, music and science to trace the blurred boundary between sleep and wakefulness. Through a series of dream interventions, artists attempt to penetrate the dream state by curating sleeping environments. They create sensory installations that probe sleepers with feelings, sounds and smells that may be incorporated into the narrative of dreams; alter their content or partially wake participants, making them aware that they are dreaming.
While some people are able to sleep in noisy environments, others can find it super tricky to drop off when there are distracting sounds happening. From the neighbour’s music to the sound of your partner snoring, there are plenty of noises that can keep some of us awake for hours on end.
This is where White Noise comes in.
If you find yourself constantly turning the pillow in a perpetual search for the cool side, you are not alone! While it’s lovely to be toasty warm underneath piles of blankets, it is the cool side of the pillow that really helps you drift off to sleep.
So, what’s that all about?