There are many reasons why you may not be getting a good night's sleep. The first step to finding quality sleep solutions is understanding what sleep problems are most common. Next, you can find ways to resolve your sleep issues once and for all. We've created numerous resources to help you quickly learn about various issues regarding sleep health. The more you know about sleeping difficulties, the easier it is for you to find remedies that suit your needs. Learn how to get a better night's sleep below!
Bedding and Sleepwear
Cool-jams™ bedding and sleepwear products are the ideal solutions to chronic sleeping problems caused by a variety of issues. Bamboo bedding is made of temperature-regulating Rayon from bamboo fabric that breathes, and because it's hypoallergenic, it's a good natural alternative option for allergy sufferers. Replace standard bedding with our cooling mattress pads, blankets, and pillows for the ultimate in sleep comfort.
Cool-jams™ sleepwear is for men and women who desire comfortable, easy-travel pajamas, nightgowns, and robes made of fast wicking and drying polyester microfiber. Men's pajama sets come with long bottoms or boxer bottoms. Women's pajama sets include cami tops, pleated tops, and T-shirt style tops.
Menopause, Night Sweats, and Sleep
Once women reach a certain time in life, the onset of menopausal symptoms can suddenly impact sleeping habits. Hot flashes can happen any time of day, but when they happen at night, you can lose sleep and feel rundown the next day. While you can't stop your body from going through these changes, there are Cool-jams™ menopause solutions for ensuring you still get the rest you need.
You don't have to be going through menopause to experience hot flashes or night sweats. Both men and women can suffer from these conditions, and the causes vary from anxiety to chemotherapy treatments to chronic conditions such as hyperthyroidism. Night sweats make you feel overheated and sweaty even when bed coverings and clothing are light.
Because you're sweating profusely, your bed pillow can easily get drenched in sweat. What often happens is that you turn over your pillow to the dry side, and then continue sweating until the reverse side is drenched. Your sheets may also be drenched, making your bed feel soggy and uncomfortable. Our cooling pillow and pillow covers absorb heat and moisture, so all you feel is soothing dryness when your body heats up. If you sweat all over, our contemporary, NASA-inspired cooling sheets are eco-friendly, heat-absorbing and they help you rest comfortably throughout the night.
Below is a list of helpful resource pages on how to get a better night's sleep. Each page has many articles related to sleep, menopause, staying cool and other sleep disorders. Click on any title below to learn more. To get back to our main resource page, just click your back button: