Hot All Night (but not in a good way??)

When exercising, breaking a sweat is a good thing. During the night, while trying to sleep, it’s the last thing you want. Blankets on/off, ceiling fan faster, trying to get back to your dreams before you are too awake and sleep deprived (again!) Temperature control is essential to deep, uninterrupted, refreshing sleep. Without using the extra resources by having the air conditioning at full blast, how do you really get a cool mattress? Most mattresses, despite their claims of “sleeping cooler” are fabricated from decidedly uncool materials: synthetic fabrics and fiber fills, polyurethane foam, and memory foam. The problem with these materials is that they don’t do a very good job of breathing—allowing air to circulate and moisture to evaporate—and that impacts sleep temperature. Without air flow, our body temperature escalates and the perspiration designed to cool us off via evaporation gets trapped. The result is not just sleeping hot: it’s sleeping hot and sweaty. That combination- heat+humidity -will create sleep disturbances and an elevated heart rate. 

not exactly Slumbersville is it?

not exactly Slumbersville is it?

The solution is simple: Natural Materials Breathe. A mattress made of organic, stretch-knit cotton, compressed wool fibers, and 100% plant based natural latex foam offers breathable materials and fibers that can transport moisture efficiently, allow significantly greater air flow, and regulate sleeping temperature. By being specific with the quality and chemical safety of the materials, your mattress will be naturally more comfortable, more hygienic, and more in tune with your body.

it could be more like This!!!  

it could be more like This!!!

 

You Know This: You want to be comfortable. You Know This: Your body heals while you sleep. You Know This: Sleep is essential for feeling your best. You Know This: You are worth it. Match the materials of your mattress to the values of your lifestyle. 

For more information visit www.designsleep.com or call 937 767 7567