SLEEP BETTER AND LONGER
beat the night sweats
Night sweats impact more people than we might believe, a UK study has shown that a third of patients that visit their local doctor complains of night sweats. Though sweating at night is common, it unfortunately has a very negative impact on our sleep quality and sleep duration. To enjoy a restorative sleep we need to keep the ideal temperature for sleeping, when our temperature fluctuates our deep sleep phases in particular suffer. If we get too warm we start to sweat and afterwards we often become cold and start to shiver.
WHY DO WE SWEAT AT NIGHT?
To sweat is normal, it’s part of our bodies’ thermoregulation process and helps to cool us down as the moisture evaporates from our skin.
Our body is made of water, 60% is actually water. We have over 4 million sweat glands that enable us to regulate our temperature. We actually sweat constantly, even when we are inactive and even if the ambient temperature isn’t high. We loose up to 2.5 liters of fluid each day and during one night we sweat on average a full cup of perspiration.
To stop sweating isn’t desirable but we want to avoid excessive sweating at night and there are measure we can take.
WHAT CAN WE DO ABOUT NIGHT SWEATS?
There are actions we can take to alleviate sweating at night and to keep the best temperature for sleep.
Food and drinks Foods that are hard to digest like high-fat or protein foods, can make us sweat at night so are best avoided. This include read meat and fried foods. Alcohol can seem as good sleeping pill however it’s linked to both night sweats as well as lower quality sleep. Reducing any late-night drinking could help to reduce sweating at night.
Smoking and inhaling second hand smoke can increase sweating at night.
Choose the right time for sports: exercising is great for our sleep quality but you want to avoid doing sports just before sleep as elevates our temperature.
Ice down. If you tend to get warm during the night you can keep a glass of ice water next to your bed and have a cold facecloth available in case you wake up feeling overheated.
Cool down your bedroom: breathing in cold air supports our sleep as it helps to reduce our core body temperature. Keeping our bedrooms below 18 C/ 64 F also helps to avoid night sweats.
Smart pajamas that help regulate temperature and moisture: Breathable pajamas help us to release excess heat and moisture wicking pajamas ensure that we don’t get wet and then cold during the night.
NO MORE SWEATING AT NIGHT
HOW DAGSMEJAN HELPS YOU SLEEP BETTER
BEST TEMPERATURE FOR SLEEP
WHY? Temperature changes at night reduce our sleep quality, meaning we struggle to achieve deep sleep.
HOW? Dagsmejan sleepwear is packed with millions of breathable nanocapillaries. This helps to keep your skin temperature 1 degree cooler at night compared to cotton. With breathable pajamas we can keep the ideal sleeping temperature.
SLEEP NOT SWEAT—4X BETTER THAN COTTON AT DRAWING SWEAT AWAY FROM SKIN
WHY? We all sweat. But damp, uncomfortable skin can cause us to suffer poor sleep quality, or even wake up. Leaving us tired and restless.
HOW? With integrated moisture wicking zones Dagsmejan fabric transports moisture away from your skin. Meaning you enjoy the cooling effect of evaporation without ever feeling damp. That makes it the best pajamas for night sweat.
THE SOFTEST TOUCH, THE DEEPEST SLEEP—2X AS SOFT AS COTTON
WHY? As we sleep, blood flow to our skin increases as our cells regenerate and our skin becomes more sensitive to touch.
HOW? The secret to Dagsmejan softness is MicroModal. A super-soft and sustainable natural fibre made from beech wood. That makes it the softest women's pajamas and the softest men's pajamas.
A PERFECT FIT, ALL NIGHT—95% RATE IT 10/10 FOR COMFORT
.WHY? We move while we sleep. If our sleepwear doesn't fit perfectly, it's easy to get tangled and uncomfortable.
HOW? Dagsmejan sleepwear moves with your body. No tags. flat seams, and carefully engineered waistbands mean you enjoy amazing comfort all night with the most comfortable pajamas.