The fabric is an element that significantly influences the quality of your sleep.
The fabric is in the bedroom, in the pillows, in the sheets, in the mattress, in the tents, in your pajamas and even in the bed, if it’s made by fabric!
But how can it influences your sleep? And how to ensure that the wrong fabric not ruin your sleep and make you waste money in buying a new mattress?
Find it out now in this article!
1) Breathable Fabric Of the Mattress And Excessive Sweating In Their Sleep
Every night during the sleep we lose a lot of sweat that is kept by the sheets and a part ends up inside the mattress. A breathable fabric used in the lining of the mattress allows you to limit the body sweat during the sleep and provide you an ideal microclimate.
2) Hypoallergenic Fabric And Night Attacks!
The dust mite allergy is a widespread problem, so it’s important to create an environment where the mites are not able to proliferate unchallenged.
We recommend you to use pillows and mattress with hypoallergenic fabric covers, because this particular fabric allows frequent washing at high temperatures (95°C) and so effectively contrast dust mites, guaranteeing you the maximum hygiene in the bedroom.
3) Cotton Or Polyester Sheets?
The sheets fabric is always in direct contact with your body. Sleeping on cotton sheets is better than sleeping in polyester sheets because cotton is a natural material and so free of potential harmful substances.
More expensive but equally natural are the silk sheets,which are the preferred choice of luxury hotels.
4) Carpets, Curtains and Decorative Pillow: the “Paradise Of Dust”
If you suffer from dust mite allergy, avoid ornamental pillows on your bed, and also carpets in the bedroom.
Please keep in mind that the curtains fabric accumulates dust as well as fabric carpets: if possible try to use curtains made of synthetic material.
If you have decided to buy a new bed, choose a model in leather, wood or steel: a fabric upholstered padded bed may be an additional element on which mites and dust could easily settle.
5) Pajama Fabric
The pajama is the first contact (after the underwear) with your body during the sleep.
Also for the pajama, the rule is the same: natural fabric. More natural the fabric is and less chance there will be to enter into contact with synthetic and potentially toxic materials.
The Solution: A Hypoallergenic And Washable Mattress.
Now that you’re aware of how the fabric influences your sleep, find out the mattress retailer closest to you and test the mattress made of natural fabric!