Sleeping well

Hästens Restore:
Sleep happy

Hästens, the Swedish expert in high-end, handcrafted beds (creating the perfect night’s sleep since 1852) announces its first-ever digital app, Hästens Restore in-line with the brand’s long heritage of offering everyone a happier, healthier life.

We first knowingly encountered a Hästens’ bed at our stay at the Lotte New York Palace when it afforded us a fantastic, jet-lag busting night’s sleep. Then when it cradled us in comfort again at The Peninsula Chicago, we were just hooked.

But the revered Swedish bed brand, known for its slumber-time innovations has long gone further than just selling pillows, duvets and beds, focussing instead on good sleep as a conduit to a healthier and happier life. And with everything going on in the world right now, they are reaching out to more people than ever before, with the launch of Hästens Restore, a new app that will help travellers and the home-bound alike enhance the quality of their sleep.

The app has been developed in partnership with Dr. Jussi Eerikäinen, a cardiologist turned mathematician (go figure!), along with leadership and life-potential mentor Peter von Ah. Based on Dr. Eerikäinen’s mindset methods – it may come as a surprise to you that the art of good sleep is not just about when, where and how you sleep but also linked to the hours you are awake – the app combines frequency tones and music to provide us with tailored soundscapes to listen to at different points throughout the day. Hästens Restore seeks to improve our concentrations, focus, stress management and relaxation, and in turn affecting creativity, productivity and everyday attitude.

If their beds are anything to go by, then we’re sure this can help if you’re getting a restless night’s sleep or feeling anxious during the day. We’re not sleep doctors by any means, but we’d prescribe this to anyone, particularly if you’re isolating at this time.

Hästens Restore is now available in the app store for all iPhone IOS14 and Apple Watch users.  Download the app here.

Photography courtesy of Hästens and Martin Perry