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Article: Hot Flashes? Cool Down & Dry Out with YALA

Hot Flashes? Cool Down & Dry Out with YALA
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Hot Flashes? Cool Down & Dry Out with YALA

It’s inevitable; at some point, perimenopause and menopause turn every women’s world upside down with hot flashes and night sweats, upending our ability to sleep soundly through the night. Even without menopause, some men and women are hot sleepers, and if you combine any of that with humid climates, getting a deep sleep that doesn’t leave you drenched in the morning may feel completely unattainable. 

Natural Sheets are Best for Hot Flashes

Everyone agrees that the first defense against overheating in bed is natural fiber bedding for its breathability. The last thing you need is synthetic polyester, trapping heat and moisture against your skin all night--no thank you! When you want to stay as cool as possible, the first step is to rule synthetics out of the equation. This includes the polyester that sometimes sneaks into ‘natural fiber blends’ aka ‘microfibers’ to lower the price-point at the cost of our comfort.

Sleep Dry and Cool in Bamboo Sheets

Once you’ve cut out the synthetics, it’s time to choose a natural bedding fiber to cozy up with. There are several good options, but bamboo is superior for its abundance of natural, sleep-friendly properties:  

🎋Bamboo fabrics run three degrees cooler than cotton fabrics, and in an overheated bed, every degree counts!

🎋Bamboo is thermo-regulating, meaning that when your body sends out smoke signals, bamboo responds with a cooling effect. That’s science that sounds like magic!

🎋Bamboo is moisture-wicking, pulling moisture away from your body and finally putting an end to waking up in a puddle of your own misery, like that best friend who keeps things light during a dramatic breakup.

🎋Bamboo is antibacterial and antimicrobial, which assists in neutralizing odors, everyone’s favorite byproduct of heat and sweat. Yay!

🎋Bamboo is hypoallergenic and incredibly soft to the touch, making it gentle enough for people with the most sensitive skin to sleep in as naked as the day they were born if they so choose. What’s more natural than that?

Prevent Night Sweats with Bamboo Bedding

Savvy shoppers always turn to referrals and reviews before investing in a new product, especially when relief from symptoms and attaining better sleep are on the line. So, we’ve rounded up a few verified customer reviews from people just like you who we’ve converted to the cool side with YALA Bamboo Sheets. 

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘Best bamboo sheets. I've tried several brands of bamboo sheets, many are various blends, but these are the real deal. You can feel the silky, cool, fresh feeling difference.’ 

~Michelle J, Verified customer review

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ A friend turned me onto Bamboo sheets and suggested YALA. I couldn't be happier. I am suffering from hot flashes, and my cotton sheets really hold the heat. The Bamboo sheets are cool and have allowed me to get a better night's sleep. I don't want to get out of bed in the morning. I will buy these again. 

~EB, Verified customer review

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Much cooler, better sleep! I run hot at night, and it can be so hard to stay asleep. The first night we put these sheets on the bed, I slept through the night and woke up comfortable. I love these sheets. Well worth the investment!’

~Kat, Verified customer review

Nightsweats Begone! Shop YALA Bedding

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