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5 SURE SHOT WAYS TO SLEEP
How many of you have a different set of bed sheets
for the summer and a different one for the winter?
How many of you have a different set of bed sheets for
the summer and a different one for the winter?
Not too many, I am guessing.
Here is a look at why it is a good practice to have a
different set to suit sultry summer conditions.
When selecting sheets to drape on the bed this
summer keep the following things in mind:
Pick natural fibers. Avoid the satins, silks and
synthetic blends for sure!
Cottons, bamboo, linens and some cotton blends work
best because of their absorbent property (and yes, we
do sweat even when asleep!).
Natural fibers also have a cooling property.
While some may argue that silk is also a natural fiber
and has better regulating properties, the downside of
buying silk is its high price and maintenance.
Also, silk wraps close to your body and thus traps heat.
Nothing feels as good as a crisp cotton sheet on a hot
and humid day.
Oh, and try to buy cotton that has not been prewashed
with resin, since that would decrease absorbency!
It is a scientific fact that dark colors absorb and light
The obvious choice then is to go for all shades light
Not only do they look good and make you feel less
Bothered, they also absorb less of the bright warm
light in the room the whole day.
I personally love hanging my sheets out to dry on a
line in the bright sunshine.
The sheet absorbs that outdoorsy, summery smell
and retains it for a while.
Yes, Egyptian Cotton sheets feel like bliss. But don’t
you get caught up in the thread count of a sheet!
In fact, the higher the thread counts the tighter the
weave and thus lesser the air that can flow between
If a sheet passes the feels-so-good test, pick it up.