After the lights go out and you're all settled into bed for the night, are you constantly tossing and turning because you're simply too hot to sleep? If your answer is yes, your struggle to cope with night sweats
is one many people face. Staying cool at night, whether it's during the summer
or all year long, is much easier to do than you think. If you're looking for an easy solution, all it takes is following simple steps to ensure you remain cool, even when temperatures are hot.
Cool-jams™ is a leader in moisture-wicking fabric technology
(smart fabric). We offer safe, effective and all-natural remedies for conditions that make it nearly impossible for you to sleep soundly at night. Cooling pajama sets for women
and pajama sets for men
are comfortable to wear at home or while traveling for work or pleasure.
Night sweats and hot flashes often turn a peaceful night into a turbulent night, and your bedding may be part of the problem. Our luxurious temperature-regulating blankets that keep you cool
and Cool-jams™ temperature-regulating sheets
are made using the same technology developed for NASA astronauts to keep you at a cool, constant temperature. The comforters we offer are blankets that will cool you down.
You may also want to switch to our Cool-jams™ mattress pads
for full-fledged moisture and heat absorbing protection. As you sink into bed at night, you'll be able to feel the difference in comfort. As the night goes on, sweet sleep takes over and you wake up refreshed and ready for a new day.Night Sweats Sleep Solution Buyer's Guide
What Causes Night Sweats?
Hot Flashes 101
How to Stay Cool During a Hot Summer Night
How to Choose the Best Sheets for Nights Sweats
How to Combat a Hot Memory Foam Mattress
How Moisture Wicking Clothing Works
How Do Cooling Blankets Work?
Do Cooling Mattress Pads Really Work?
Do Cooling Pillows Work?
Stay Cool in Bed Without AC
How to Regulate Your Body Temperature While Sleeping?
What is the Best Material to Wear to Stay Cool While Sleeping?
How to Revamp Your Sleeping Situation to Stay Cool
Why Being Cool When You Sleep Is Important?