Set the scene for a good night’s sleep.
Sleep, and the science of staying asleep, can be a complex subject. This is especially true in 2022. We are only beginning to understand how the past 2 years have changed the way we sleep, making falling asleep more complicated than ever. So let’s make sense of it and cut through the noise.
When sleep goes awry, it can feel like you have no control. But people may not realize how much influence they can have over their own sleep. Take back control, take back the night.
We’d fancy ourselves as sleep experts, especially with our award-winning Blackout line.
Awaken the sleeper within.
Feeling well rested and refreshed is about how we slept rather than when. Never underestimate the power of positive sleep. Sleeping well reduces the impact of daily stress. However, according to research, almost a third of us drag ourselves out of bed in the morning because we haven’t gotten enough good-quality sleep at night, which means we’re not feeling as great as we could be during the day. Why is this?
Struggling to fall asleep can be caused by too much noise or light in the bedroom. This is worst during the summer months, but affects shift workers, sensitive sleepers and parents with young children all year round. The ideal room for sleep is cool and dark. Most experts agree that the sweet spot for temperature is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. According to a National Sleep Foundation poll, 73% of Americans say the darker the room the better.
Lower temperatures. Lower bills.
With the cost of living rising higher and higher, it’s safe to say we’re all feeling the pinch. It’s time to get creative to keep costs low. The innovative fabric used in our Blackout range prevents solar radiation from penetrating through, keeping your home cool 24/7, 365.
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