Research consistently indicates that temperature is closely tied to sleep quality. Cotton and flannel sheets are infamous for trapping heat close to the skin, making it difficult to fall and remain asleep. Even if you do manage to fall asleep, overheating during the night can cause countless disruptions to your sleep, greatly reducing its quality. Performance bedding doesn’t hold the heat close to your skin. Instead, it breathes in a manner that allows body heat to escape keeping you cooler throughout the night for better sleeping conditions, much like the temperature-regulating properties of a natural latex mattress. But, how does this impressive bedding work?
As summer begins beating down with the full force of longer days and the sun’s most powerful rays, thoughts of staying cool while sleeping are weighing heavily on many sleep-deprived minds. The simple solution is to seek out ways to cool off despite the heat outside. These are a few great tips that will have you sleeping soundly despite the rising temperatures outside.
It’s a topic everyone seems to have a different opinion about: how often should you wash your sheets? Some say a week, some say every other week, but what is the right answer? A lot depends on extenuating circumstances but there are general rules that will help you to decide when is a good time to wash your sheets and when you can get away with one more night.
Making your bed. It always sounds like a good idea and once it’s done, you can’t help but notice how much cleaner your room looks, but sometimes you just have no urge or energy. Call it laziness or lack of motivation, either way, some people don’t see a need for making their bed. While it may seem completely aesthetic, making your bed can actually help you move smoothly throughout the rest of your day. Don’t believe me? Well then check out the research below and see what you think!
It seems like everyday you turn on the TV or flip through a magazine, there’s some new form of technology coming out to improve our lives in some way or another. I recently found out about “Wicking Sheets” which are designed to cool you down at night. While it may seem like a strange concept, keeping cool at night is one of the best ways to get a great night of sleep. I was interested to learn more about these so called cooling sheets and found out some really cool things about them.
So you’ve finally found the perfect all natural bedding, but one of the worst feelings in the world is when you’re trying to go to sleep at night and feeling your neck strain into a pillow that’s too soft or too hard. A good pillow can be hard to find but if you do your research and determine what kind of sleeper you are, then the decision will be a lot easier to make. We’ve broken down some options for nearly every sleeper out there.
When decorating a bedroom, one of the first items you decide on is your comforter. Usually the questions of color, size and style come before the question of what material the comforter is made of, but it should really be the other way around, especially if you have allergies. With so many options out there for choosing the perfect comforter, sometimes it can be hard to decide which one is right for you. Let’s go over the best ways to pick a comforter that you can be proud of.