How To Fix 3 Bedtime Problems This Summer

Summer is just around the corner. That means hotter days and humid, warm nights. With the rising temperature, some people find it more difficult to have a good night’s sleep. Tossing and turning — as they’re trying to find the cold spot on the bed, keeps them up throughout the night. What’s more frustrating is slipping into hot sheets in a warm bedroom, and waking up sweaty.

As it turns out, it’s scientifically proven that it’s much harder to have comfortable sleep when you’re in a warmer environment. That’s why  more people crank up the AC to make up for the heat.

However, this isn’t the only way to cool down. To help combat overheating during your sleep, it’s a good idea to go for breathable, lightweight, and cool sheets. Choose a bed sheet that is thermal-regulating and one that wicks away moisture with ease. Thermal regulating means that the fabric can absorb and disperse heat to keep you from having to push and pull covers all night. These fabrics work by wicking moisture away from skin through the fabric in order to evaporate more easily, thereby lowering body temperatures.

Bamboo Sheets are popular for a reason

Bamboo Sheets are naturally thermal-regulating so it does not retain moisture. Instead, it moves heat away while you sleep — keeping you at the ideal temperature all night. Compared to cotton, they are considered quick-drying, silky soft, and breathable. Bamboo sheets are also also lightweight, anti-microbial, and cool to touch so it feels easy on the skin even on hot nights.

That’s why Bamboo beddings are a great option for warm summer nights and can be good year-round for people who sleep hot.

Here are a few things that a Thermal-Regulating Sheet can help with:

1. It can help get rid of Night Sweats.

Overheating and night sweats are some of the most common issues causing restlessness in adults and a set of cooling bamboo sheets can make a big difference. As Bamboo Sheets are naturally thermal-regulating, it wicks away moisture to keep you cool throughout the night. It also allows air to pass through the micro gaps and holes in the fiber, releasing heat and providing better air circulation.



2. It can keep the peace : No more fighting over the AC controller

You and your partner may have different preferences when it comes to the room’s temperature. Some want to hotter, while some want it cooler. If you and your partner have “thermal incompatibility”, you need to find the right sheets that will adjust to you so things don’t get heated up!

3. It can help you save on your Air-Con Bills

Breathable & Cooling sheets are a great pick for warmer months as they naturally help you sleep cooler. Plus, It can make up for the the temperature so you don’t need to keep cranking up your AC. With these sheets, you can feel cool and comfortable without breaking a sweat on expensive Air-Con bills. (The same goes for your pillowcases. To feel even cooler, try swapping heavy bed clothes for lighter alternatives as well, like our Bamboo Sleepwear.)

That’s why Bamboo beddings are perfect for the summer (and for all seasons, really). Living in warmer climates, like the Philippines, temperature tends to be high all year long — making Bamboo Sheets ideal and extremely helpful when it comes to getting a good night’s sleep.

There’s nothing more comfortable than sliding into a cool bed sheet on a hot night. With this, we would like to invite you discover better sleep by checking out our Luxury Bamboo Sheet Set (4 piece Set) and Bamboo Starter Sheet Set ( 3 Piece Set) .

These sheets come in Twin, Full, Queen, King & Cali King sizes! They’re not only thermal regulating, but they’re also hypoallergenic, lightweight, and odor - resistant. Our Bamboo Sheets are made of 100% Bamboo Fiber and it won’t weigh you down on hot nights.

Learn More about How Bamboo Can Give You Better Sleep & Why We Love Bamboo

Thinking about making the switch from your old bed sheets into a Linen & Homes’ Sheet? No worries! With our Spark Joy Program, you can donate your old sheets AND get Free Same Day Delivery.

 

Sources
How to find a cool sheet that will get rid of night sweats, PerfectLinens
Warmer weather affects sleep, Sleeprate