Merino wool pajamas is your ideal sleep companion when the seasons are changing to make sure that you neither overheat nor get cold if the temperature suddenly drops. One of the temperature challenges we might not be aware of is the rising temperature indoors as the temperature drops outside. This makes for cozy days but can set us up for some restless nights. We should aim to keep our bedroom at 18 C or less, breathing in cold air helps us to keep our core temperature down as well.
The merino sheep is built to withstand extreme temperatures, from blazing heat to freezing cold. Their wool is ideal for fluctuating temperatures and studies in Australia has shown that you can sleep up to 15 minutes longer in merino wool pyjamas instead of cotton. As researcher Dr Paul Swan, from the University of Sydney, puts it:
"Maybe it is not a coincidence because wool regulates your body temperature far better, keeping you in what is known as 'the thermal comfort zone'. You therefore not only fall asleep quicker, sleep longer, but also have deeper, better quality sleep.”
Merino wool pyjamas- lightweight, breathable sleep comfort
Merino wool truly is nature's wearable thermostat. Dagsmejan have created a mix of the finest merino wool and high tech Tencel from Eucalyptus to create Nattwarm™ fabric. All of our wool pajamas are made of Nattwarm™ fabric which helps to keep your body at a stable temperature.
If you get cold the merino wool pyjamas will help to warm you up thanks to the natural crimp of the wool that traps air and works as an insulating layer. If you get warm it will transport sweat quickly from your skin so that you can sleep easy, cool and dry.
Nature’s sleeping pill
Another great benefit of merino wool is that it’s all natural, decompostable and sustainable. One sheep can grow up to 2 kg of wool per year. At Dagsmejan we only use mulesing free merino wool so that you can sleep easy knowing that no animals are hurt in the making of your merino pyjamas.
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