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What's the secret to a good night's sleep? Rituals investigates, asking renowned sleep experts to share their refreshing – and sometimes surprising – insights. We unravel mysteries, dispel myths and discover how to improve your sleep routine.

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What's the secret to a good night's sleep? Rituals investigates, asking renowned sleep experts to share their refreshing – and sometimes surprising – insights. We unravel mysteries, dispel myths and discover how to improve your sleep routine.

    The Art of Rest

    The Art of Rest

    We need sleep, but what about rest? What does research say about the benefits of rest? How does it affect our night rest? And what about taking breaks during a workday to unwind and relax? We talk witih Claudia Hammond, who did in-depth research for her book about rest, and James Wong. He is a meditation coach and helps people to find rest in their busy lives. Show notesRituals helps you to slow down, take the time to relax, and find a moment of peace in your busy day. In the podcast series ’The Art of Sleep’ you learn from a variety of experts how you can improve and induce restful sleep. Join Dagmar Brusse, Creative Director at Rituals, and host Christopher Chambers on their journey of discovery into the world of sleep. The title of this episode is borrowed from Claudia Hammond's new book, The Art of Rest. A must-read for everyone who wants to learn more about why we should take rest more seriously and how it can contribute to a healthier lifestyle. In this episode, Claudia shares some of her valuable findings and she refers to a survey that examines how people all around the world think about rest. Learn more about Claudia and her book on her website: claudiahammond.com/the-art-of-restMany people find themselves too busy to meditate. For James Wong that is something incomprehensible. He is an expert on meditation and coaches people to unwind and relax. He explains the effectiveness of moments of conscious rest during the day: afterward, people tend to feel restored from the daily hustle and bustle. In this episode he tells how to build in this routine in your day. Learn more about James and his activities on his website: michaeljameswong.com. Please note that this podcast was originally recorded in English and translated into your respective language.Learn more about Rituals and this podcast at rituals.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 20 min
    Sleepless

    Sleepless

    Almost known to everyone: sleeplessness. Especially in times of stress, it can happen that you cannot get to sleep or wake up in the middle of the night. When does sleeplessness turn into insomnia and become a more serious condition? How should you deal with it? Writer and insomniac Marina Benjamin gives a new perspective on being awake at night and we learn more from sleep physician Guy Leschziner. Show notesRituals helps you to slow down, take the time to relax, and find a moment of peace in your busy day. In the podcast series ’The Art of Sleep’ you learn from a variety of experts how you can improve and induce restful sleep. Join Dagmar Brusse, Creative Director at Rituals, and host Christopher Chambers on their journey of discovery into the world of sleep. Being awake while everyone in the world seems to be asleep. Unfortunately, that is something recognizable for everyone, now and then. But what if this becomes a structural state of being? Writer Marina Benjamin has been struggling with insomnia since her childhood. So, she decides to research this topic. In this episode, she shares some of her surprising discoveries. Find out more about Marina and her work here: marina-benjamin.comAnd we talk with Guy Leschziner, he is a consultant neurologist and sleep physician. He has extensive experience in treating people who have profound insomnia. He explains that working on behavioral changes has often a much more lasting effect than medication. Find more about Guy's ideas and work here: guyleschziner.comPlease note that this podcast was originally recorded in English and translated into your respective language.Learn more about Rituals and this podcast at rituals.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 21 min
    The ultimate bedroom

    The ultimate bedroom

    Our bedrooms are perhaps the most private spaces in our homes. This is the place where we go to unwind and shut down at night. But how should it look like? From experts Michelle Ogundehin and Nerina Ramlakhan we learn how to create the ultimate bedroom where you can feel safe and relaxed. ShownotesIn this episode, Michelle Ogundehin and Nerina Ramlakhan explain what is important in the interior design of your bedroom. Michelle is a world-renowned designer who was Editor-in-Chief of ELLE Decoration UK for a long time and who appeared in many different tv-shows about decoration and design. In spring 2020 her first book was published: Happy Inside - How to harness the power of home for health and happiness. Nerina Ramlakhan is a physiologist, sleep expert and author of several books on sleep, including Tired but Wired. She shares some valuable insights on how a bedroom can contribute to a healthy sleep routine. Like, relaxing smells and the location of the bed. Learn more about Rituals and this podcast at rituals.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 21 min
    A Perfect Day

    A Perfect Day

    Episode summaryHow do our daytime activities affect our night's sleep? We break down the perfect day from the time we wake up until the time we go to bed. We learn from Dr. Katherina Lederle, a sleep scientist and chronobiologist, and Nick Littlehales, an elite sports sleep coach, what we should do - and shouldn't. Episode shownoteRituals helps you to slow down, take the time to relax, and find a moment of peace in your busy day. In the podcast series ’The Art of Sleep’ you learn from a variety of experts how you can improve and induce restful sleep. Join Dagmar Brusse, Creative Director at Rituals, and host Christopher Chambers on their journey of discovery into the world of sleep. This episode shows how our daytime activities affect our night rest. We'll start at the beginning of the day, as you wake up. What routines are healthy and helpful? Dr. Katherina Lederle is a sleep scientist and chronobiologist. She explains how you individually can find out what the best wake-up time is. Dr. Lederle has also a clear vision on how to start the day from the moment you're out of bed. Nick Littlehales is an elite sports sleep coach and works with top athletes all over the world. His approach is not looking at what you do in bed, but what you do during the day. And he zooms in on every detail, from the perfect time for having breakfast to the amount of coffee. But, most importantly, how you should deal with stress and fully scheduled days. His insights can also be found in his book 'Sleep'. Learn more about Rituals and this podcast at rituals.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 24 min
    Setting the body clock

    Setting the body clock

    Are you a morning person or a night owl? It all comes down to your body clock. Oxford University Professor Russell Foster explains how it works and the steps you can take to regulate your personal body clock. Linda Geddes shares her experiences with changing her sleep patterns using daylight.Episode notesRituals helps you to slow down, take the time to relax, and find a moment of peace in your busy day. In the podcast series ’The Art of Sleep’ you learn from a variety of experts how you can improve and induce restful sleep. Join Dagmar Brusse, Creative Director at Rituals, and host Christopher Chambers on their journey of discovery into the world of sleep.This episode is dedicated to the body clock. How do we know when to go to sleep? Why are some people morning people and other people night owls? It’s all determined by our body clock – something scientists call the circadian rhythm; the system that determines our wakefulness. This internal system plays a crucial role in how we feel and performs all sorts of important functions in our body and brain.Dr. Russell Foster is a professor and Head of the Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute at Oxford University. He explains that even though our circadian rhythms are all slightly different, they’re all synchronised by one thing: daylight. Without this, our clocks would go wild and we’d eventually end up sleeping in the daytime and being wide awake at night.Linda Geddes is an author and award-winning journalist. She has written the book ‘Chasing the Sun’ about how sunlight shapes our bodies and minds. She shares her experiences about an experiment she did, trying to change her body clock with daylight.Please note that you are listening to a version that is adapted to your language. Learn more about Rituals and this podcast at rituals.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 26 min
    Sleep, Unravelled

    Sleep, Unravelled

    Rituals helps you to slow down, take the time to relax, and find a moment of peace in your busy day. In the podcast series ’The Art of Sleep’ you learn from a variety of experts how you can improve and induce restful sleep. Join Dagmar Brusse, Creative Director at Rituals, and host Christopher Chambers on their journey of discovery into the world of sleep. In this episode we learn from Dr. Sophie Bostock about the different kinds of sleep phases we’re going through each night and what the function is of each phase. Sophie is a sleep expert, TEDx speaker and founder of TheSleepScientist.com, a website that makes the science of sleep accessible to everyone.  Roger Ekirch is a professor of history at Virginia Tech, in the United States. He studied our attitude towards sleep over the past centuries and found surprising insights into how our sleep routines developed. Don’t speak English? This podcast is also available in your language. Learn more about Rituals and this podcast at rituals.com/podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    • 23 min

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