Saturday, June 9, 2012

Choosing The Best Bed For Your Sleep

While a high thread count had become the shorthand for high quality, did you know that there's much more to making your bed conducive to restorative sleep?

Consider the temperature...the best for sleep is about 68F.

Try choosing a duvet with a little loft for better air circulation.

Try a few pillows that can really support your neck and head so they don't feel overextended or crunched.

Choosing a mattress depends on the person's preference. If you like something soft, then you sleep better. Some people like sleeping with a thin mattress on the floor. Take note that using memory foam traps significant amount of heat. So, people who tend to get overheated at night should avoid those kinds of foams.