Many of us will have experienced uncomfortable, sweaty nights that make it impossible to get a good night’s sleep. Have you ever questioned whether your bedding may be the culprit?

Night sweats are very common. Both men and women suffer from them, but that doesn’t mean you need to endure them.

Low-tog/ breathable duvets

Tog is a measure of warmth – the higher the tog, the warmer the duvet. By adjusting the tog and breathability of your duvet to suit warmer evenings, you will be able to guarantee yourself a cooler night’s sleep. Wake up refreshed with the Fine Bedding Co. Spundown Duvet – the ideal quilt for the summer or for those hot sleepers with a super light 4.5 tog.

Temperature regulating duvets

The fibre in wool naturally regulates your body temperature making it perfect for couples or individuals. SlumberSlumber by Penrose Natural Wool Summer Duvet offers breathable and temperature regulating luxury at a great value and is perfect to help you keep warm in winter and cool in summer.

Climate control

Climate control duvets help keep your body temperature regulated throughout the night. The Fine Bedding Company Breathe 7 tog helps to perfectly regulate the temperature and humidity of your bed, giving you a more restful night’s sleep.

Silk

Silk allows your skin to retain its natural moisture. Unlike traditional bed sheets which draw moisture from your skin and hair as you sleep. Silk is naturally hypo-allergenic and therefore perfect for allergy sufferers. In warm conditions, silk can help draw heat from your body to keep you cool. We would recommend the Mulberry Silk Pillowcase 100% 19 momme, Ivory.

Bamboo

Bamboo is silky soft, breathable and 3 times more absorbent than cotton. The fabric wicks away moisture naturally regulating body temperature, keeping you comfortably warm in winter and cool in the summer – giving you a great night’s sleep. The Bamboo Pillowcase 100% is a luxurious pillowcase for your bed which helps regulate your temperature and keep moisture and sweat at bay.

Simba Memory Foam Pillow with Active Cooling

The Simba Memory Foam Pillow with Active Cooling actively soothes you to sleep with a special layer of cooling gel. Ideal for summer or hot sleepers, this special Simba pillow has an active cooling gel inside to soothe as you sleep.

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