Spring is the time of year when everything in nature is changing and promising new life and new hope. After the long, dark, winter months, spring is literally a breath of fresh air.
When the days get longer, the nights get shorter, and it starts to feel warmer, nature responds in a big way and it also affects the way you Sleep too!
The temperature in your room plays an important role in the way you sleep and your circadian rhythms.
Research explains that the cooler ambient air supports the body’s natural deep sleep process. Cooler temperatures often prove much more achievable in winter months thanks to cooler outdoor air.
Many people sleep with fans or with the windows open to make the room cooler too, but many people smartly change the material of their bedding and what they sleep in.
Linen and cotton are both ideal fabrics for sleeping in the heat. They are woven from natural fibers (cotton is cotton, while linen is woven from the flax plant) that breathe remarkably well, which is key for staying cool.