What Is Your Sleep Type?

Posted on March 18 2019

What Is Your Sleep Type?

What Is Your Sleep Type?

Discover which organic fabric best suits your sleep personality.

 

Sleeping is both an art and a science. In fact, the latter has shown that sleep heals, repairs and detoxifies your body, as well as helping to build energy for the body and mind.

 

The art of sleep lies in the sanctuary of the bedroom. As well as eliminating any nighttime distractions such as light and technology, it helps to know what kind of sleeper you are. Are you hot at night and kick the sheets off? Are you always cold and need that extra layer of comfort? Regardless, the answer always lies in the fabric.

 

The good news is that there are five main types of organic fabrics for you to choose from. Sateen for the ever-constant super soft, smooth sensation; linen for its luxurious feel and temperature regulating properties; percale for that cool, crisp, crunchy feeling; jersey for the cosy cocoon; and, lastly, flannel for the ultimate warmth.

 

The key is working out which one's right for you in delivering the ultimate sleep experience ...

Sateen

A super soft fabric, sateen is often described as buttery soft because of how smooth it feels on the skin. It's known for its wrinkle-resisting qualities, so it's very easy to care for and, better still, it maintains your temperature in any season. Sateen threads are woven tightly together vertically, creating a smooth, soft texture.

 

Choose sateen if you:

  • Want something for all seasons
  • Like that luxurious buttery soft feeling
  • Prefer fabric that's easy to care for and wrinkle resistant

 

Linen

Our organic linen is ethically made from pure Belgian flax and vintage washed for superior softness - the perfect combination for sweet dreams. The airy, lived-in feel makes for a wonderful night's sleep while the classic earth tones bring a touch of nature to your bedroom.

 

Choose linen if you:

  • Feel hot or sweat at night
  • Have skin disorders or sensitivities
  • Like to regulates your body temperature perfectly

 

Percale

This is a soft, crisp fabric that's perfect for hot sleepers, as it's cool and crunchy against the skin. It's a closely woven 'plain weave', meaning it's firm with no sheen or gloss. Percale is known to wrinkle a little, but once washed and on the bed, a very light spray of water and hand combing will change that.

 

Choose percale if you:

  • Feel hot or sweat at night
  • Struggle to sleep on those warm, balmy summer nights
  • Love the feel of fresh, crunchy, cool and crisp sheets

 

Jersey

Think of your favourite T–shirt that’s soft, comforting and slightly stretchy. Well, that's what jersey feels like. It's also a knit fabric, so it drapes easily and is very easy to maintain.

 

Choose jersey if you:

  • Want a soft, comforting cocoon to sleep in
  • Like the sound of sleeping in your favourite T-shirt
  • Need a slightly warmer temperature to sleep
  • Are after something for the cooler autumn and winter evenings

 

Flannel

Flannel is a soft, warm and cosy fabric to sleep in. It's perfect for chilly nights and great for maintaining a warm temperature for your body. It's a medium-weight, plain-weave fabric that's brushed on both sides to raise the fibres, creating a soft, warm and fuzzy surface.

 

Choose flannel if you:

  • Like that warm and fuzzy feeling flannel exudes
  • Consistently feel cold (almost freezing!) at night
  • Are looking something to see you through very cold winter nights

 

The key is to always look for certification when it comes to buying organic cotton products. This certification ensures that it's produced without the use of any harmful chemicals, insecticides and pesticides, doesn't use genetically modified seeds, or any toxic dyes, bleaches or finishes. In other words, it's better for you and better for the planet.

 

What is your inner sheet? Which sheet is the right one for you?

 

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About the Author: Vinita is the Founder of Bhumi Organic Cotton and passionate about an Earth Life Balance


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