Get A Better Night’s Sleep With These Five Natural Sleeping Products

According to The Sleep Foundation, 35% of adults aren’t getting enough sleep. Maybe it’s the hustle and bustle of our modern world. Perhaps it’s the treasury and drudgery of our daily lives. It could be the endless stream of insane news and chatter all over the media today. Who knows? Whatever the reason, getting more sleep is important. For the optimal night’s sleep, environmental factors really matter. Items such as pillows, blankets, and even your mattress can have a profound effect on your sleep quality. The goal of getting a better night’s sleep can be attained and is within your grasp. But to get there, you may want to consider trying out one of these many sleeping products.

Hypoallergenic Pillows

The sniffles. Sneezes. Coughing. Difficulty breathing. These are the signs of an allergy attack. Many of us live with allergies intend with them on a daily basis. Some days it can be a mirror inconvenience while others it can be a respiratory nightmare. Sometimes, medicine is required or staying indoors might be the best bet to prevent the onset of another battle with the dreaded allergies. Hypoallergenic pillows can be your greatest weapon in that particular fight. A hypoallergenic pillow is specifically manufactured with materials that will not irritate your skin or other allergy triggers. Dust and dust mites are a significant contributor to allergy problems, and hypoallergenic pillows are manufactured to help prevent issues with them. So, if you want to reduce issues related to allergies than hypoallergenic pillows or pillow cases are a great direction to take.

Organic Mattress

Everyone you know probably has a bed. On that bed is likely going to be a frame, a box spring, and a mattress. The mattress is the most important part of that bed. As something you’ll be spending a great deal of time laying on while you sleep, the mattress should meet certain criteria. It should be long lasting, well made, and most importantly, comfortable. If it doesn’t meet any of these criteria, then it’s not a good mattress. But we need to look a little bit deeper than the surface level when selecting our mattresses. Most mattresses are made from polyurethane foam, which contains certain types of carcinogenic chemicals. Might also contain compounds like benzene or formaldehyde. All of these are organic compounds that can off gas while the mattress is basically just sitting there in your room. When that happens, you might find that your skin is a little more irritated or your experiencing some allergy effects. This is because those chemicals don’t interact very well with the human body, but often aren’t dangerous in a deadly way. But an organic mattress is made with organic materials that are not only safe, but don’t produce any gas. They also are just as plush and comfortable as anything traditionally constructed. Whether it’s made of latex, cotton, or wool, a natural mattress is a safe and comfortable bet for getting a better night’s rest.

Organic Sheets

If the mattress materials are natural and organic, then they won’t contain those dangerous chemicals that permeate the traditional ones to which we are accustomed. So, dressing up your mattress with the right kind of sheets should also fall in line with being more eco-friendly. Natural, organic sheets are an environmentally friendly way to accessorize your bed while reducing your carbon footprint. The reason why these are better than traditional Linens is because of the way the cotton is produced. Cotton production typically takes a lot of water. Water consumption contributes to resource use and can be bad for the environment unless it’s done a certain way. By following gots standards, water gets preserved and manufacturers end up saving a lot of water throughout the production cycle. In this manner, you’re saving the environment while basking in relative comfort. That’s not a bad deal at all.

Natural Pajamas

Ask just about anyone and I’ll tell you that wearing pajamas is one of the best parts about getting home after a long day of work. Slipping into something comfortable, breathable, and nice is always a treat. So, it stands to reason that upgrading your pajama game might be beneficial for your sleep. After all, one of the big reasons people don’t get enough sleep is due to a warm room. Temperature matters when it comes to getting good quality rest. Scientific studies have recently demonstrated that the cooler you are, the more restful your sleep. So, consider getting a nice pair of comfortable and flowing pajamas that will allow you to help or retain a certain body temperature while asleep. When you wake up in the morning refreshed, you’ll be glad you took the extra step.

Weighted Blankets and Sleep Masks

For some people, a traditional blanket just won’t do. That’s why weighted blankets have kind of swept the nation lately. A weighted blanket contains beads, typically glass or plastic, in case in a plush and comfortable cover. It could be the size of a duvet cover or a little bit bigger depending on the bed for which it is purchased. Weighted blankets offer support, comfort, less stress, and a comfortable night’s sleep. While 15 to 25 lb of beads might not seem like something you’d want lying on top of you as you rest, the truth is these blankets are quite comfortable. Sleeping under a weighted blanket is like being hugged or embraced in a loving manner. The best weighted blankets are going to be made from natural GOTS certified cotton or other GOTS certified materials, making it one of the most eco-friendly options for getting a good night’s rest. Weighted sleep masks also contribute positively to The sleep equation but aren’t as desirable as a nice weighted blanket.

 

Tags: Hypoallergenic Pillows, natural mattress, Organic Sheets

Author: Maja Markovski

 

A 35-year-old female architect with a passion for innovative, sustainable design. I blend creativity and functionality to transform spaces into beautiful, practical environments.

 

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