Even before Doris Day and Rock Hudson made pillow talk the rage, people have found comfort and enjoyment from pillows of all shapes, sizes and textures. Pillows are also an easy and relatively inexpensive way to spruce up a décor, introduce pop and color into an area or just be sure there’s somewhere cozy and comfortable for people to prop their head.
With all of that in mind, T.Y. Fine Furniture’s pillow inventory has expanded dramatically. For example, we now offer over a dozen organic pillow options in various sizes. We’ve also increased our offerings to include pillows whose covers are made from wool, kapok, cotton, shredded latex, solid latex and even Verona Blends made from a mixture of these ingredients.
Colors and shapes vary, too, so you needn’t worry you’ll be going home with a ho-hum square pillow. Because we know that sometimes pillows get dirty, we made
sure to offer only pillows whose covers are removable and machine-washable.
Our pillows range in price from $79 to $169 , so their cost is as soft and welcoming as they are.
Come on in to experience the comfort of these amazingly welcoming pillows.
You’ll feel like your head is sleeping on cotton.
T.Y. Fine Furniture is putting out the call for anyone whose muscles are tired, sore, stiff or achy.
No, no, we haven’t open a yoga studio nor do we stock gluten-free treats (although Bake Me Happy, a gluten-free bakery, is located right next door). Instead, we are proud to announce the addition of DreamWave, the world’s most luxurious and magical massage chair on the market today.
The DreamWave massage chair is manufactured in Japan by Inada, a company known for its exhaustive product research and development process. The DreamWave appeals to the discriminating buyer seeking to enhance natural healing and wellness through the wondrous powers of shiatsu massage. Incredibly, the DreamWave delivers a full-body massage, which is proven to maximize relief from muscular aches and stiffness while removing tension from nerves and limbs frayed by life’s everyday challenges. The luxurious chair features mind-blowing shiatsu point detection technology that begins with a body scan. Yes! A body scan! The momentary examination then instructs the DreamWave where to massage its inhabitant, ensuring the person seated in the chair is treated to an incredibly relaxing deep tissue massage personalized to their body’s needs.
Not only does the DreamWave offer incomparable comfort, they’re good-looking, too. Manufactured from the finest leathers, the DreamWave is available in five colors, including black, red and cream.
Have you ever owned a chair backed by technical support technicians? If you buy a DreamWave by Inada, that’s exactly what you will get. If an issue with a DreamWave chair ever arises, a simple call to the company’s Chair Doctor will provide the necessary antidote, even if the chair is out of warranty.
So bring us your tired, achy and stiff muscles. No visit to T.Y. Fine Furniture is complete before you relax in our DreamWave massage chair.
You may never want to leave.
You can train your brain with online games. You can faithfully work the hardest crossword puzzles you can find. You can practice an instrument. Create art. Eat brain-friendly foods. Stay involved in community life. And exercise regularly.
All of these steps help to keep your brain health robust and your intellect engaged as you age.They’re really just vital, engaged ways to work out your brain and keep on thinking clearly.
A Mind Like Fine Wine
Another way to stay mentally sharp in old age is to make sleeping more, and regularly, a deliberate part of your routine throughout middle age. As we grow older, we may sleep a little less. But good sleep during midlife is associated with fewer cognitive deficits in old age, research at Baylor University has shown.
Baylor’s Sleep Neuroscience and Cognition Laboratory in Waco, Texas, analyzed 50 years of studies across multiple fields and found that better sleep in middle age (defined for research purposes as from 30 to 60) is associated with better mental functioning later in life. Good sleep habits in middle age can help protect against age-related cognitive declines, including memory problems.
Middle age is crunch time in most people’s lives. Careers are peaking, kids are reaching their most challenging years and, often at the same time, aging parents become less independent and begin to need support. It can be really tough to juggle all that--not to mention exhausting.
You deserve good rest, now more than ever. Not only does it help you cope, but your brain will thank you for it long after the crunch years are over.
Think of steady sleep habits as an investment in your future in the same way as you’d save for retirement. It’s theregular savings, with interest compounding over time, that add up to a financially secure old age. Sleep is no different, the researchers suggest.
Your New 401K
Make your “Sleep 401K” an important priority in your life. You’ll be sharper, healthier and happier when you’re old. Because an active and capable mind is a kind of security no money can buy.
Need another enticement to sleep well? Treat yourself to a sublime, customized organic mattress—and make the most of your dreams.
By Laura www.savvyrest.com