A Sound Night’s Sleep Is a Gift from Nature!
Night sweats, often known as hot flushes, can disrupt sleep and wake us up. Night sweats are most commonly associated with low oestrogen levels during menopause, but they can also occur for other reasons, such as after eating spicy food, engaging in strenuous physical activity, experiencing a migraine, consuming alcohol, dealing with a number of neurological disorders, experiencing high body temperatures, or having an allergic reaction. Sweating through the night can disrupt our sleep, and it’s upsetting to find our pajamas and sheets drenched when we wake up.
Here is a list of things you can do to stop night time sweats:
Night heat sweats can be reduced by avoiding caffeine, alcohol, and extremely spicy foods. The former two also have an indirect detrimental effect on sleep quality.
Use a fan or leave the windows open at night to facilitate sweating. Wearing cotton or other natural fiber pajamas to bed will help you stay cooler than wearing synthetic pajamas.
Mattresses, including sheets and duvet covers, should be manufactured from natural fibers like cotton, as they allow for better air circulation than synthetic materials like polyester and nylon. Wool is great for use in duvets and pillows because it can absorb up to 35% of its weight in moisture before starting to feel damp. It may also quickly wick away any moisture that does get on it. To put it another way, these qualities are perfect for combating night sweats and, more generally, for helping you to stay cool as the mercury rises in the summer.
Make sure your organic bedding is GOTS-approved. Non-organic bedding can leave behind chemical fixatives and residues that can irritate the skin and cause it to itch for a long time.
Avoid memory foam beds at all costs. Unfortunately, nocturnal sweats are often exacerbated by memory foam since it is so good at holding body heat. In comparison to purchasing a new mattress, adding a wool-filled topper to an existing memory foam mattress is a more costeffective solution.
You need a mattress with exceptional ventilation and breathability if you tend to sleep overheated throughout the night or if you suffer from night sweats. The PranaSleep® mattress is one that is made from all natural materials, is safe for those who suffer from allergies, and requires almost no maintenance.
Because it is made from natural materials exclusively, it will not cause any adverse reactions in anyone. The mattress is highly absorbent and breathable. It also keeps germs like bacteria and fungi from growing inside the mattress, which could be dangerous.
It all boils down to choosing choices that are good for your health in the long run. If you’re looking for a mattress that can alleviate the discomfort associated with night sweats, the PranaSleep® mattress is an excellent option to consider. The additional benefits of softness, toughness, and airiness that are supplied by PranaSleep® Mattresses are all welcome additions.