Did you know that you will spend a full 1/3 of your life asleep? For all of the time spent in this state, surprisingly little research and attention has been focused on sleep, and how it relates to your health. Having said this, a good night’s rest does play a large role in physical, mental, and emotional health. In your own personal quest to find a great night’s sleep, you will want to achieve ideal conditions. I will suggest two, namely, comfortability, and a cleanliness.
Bamboo Sheets are Comfortable
Bamboo sheets are an extremely comfortable option for a good night’s sleep. If you are not happy to run up to bed to your soft sheets, you might be doing it wrong. Most of the population isn’t even aware how cotton pales in comparison to bamboo! Bamboo sheets are amazingly soft, with a 300 thread count set being softer than 1000 thread count cotton sheets. Having optimum hand, or the softest sheets, will play a large role in your body reaching a deep and restful sleep.
Bamboo sheets breathe! Studies show that they can keep you an average of 3 degrees cooler at night. And during the winter time, they are able to insulate well. With superior moisture wicking abilities, bamboo sheets really stand out as the best option to keep your body comfortable, all through the night.
Bamboo Viscose Sheets are Clean
When is the last time you bought new sheets? How often do you wash the ones you have? Most of us will wash the sheets once per month, but we will wash a bath towel weekly. Think about that…the towel that wipes your body when it’s as clean as it will ever be, versus the fabric that covers your body all night while you sweat and get oily. Really puts it all in perspective, yes? So getting new sheets really isn’t enough. You really need some organic bamboo sheets.
Studies have shown that bamboo fibers actually fight off bacteria. If your sheets are going to endure some filthy times, you might as well pick some that will be up to the task.
So, when is the last time you got new sheets? It could be about time to grab a few for Christmas and start getting closer to a healthy, and restful sleep – every night!