We all have to sleep in a bed, so why not make it a luxury one? Sounds cliché, but there is actually some merit behind it. You bed is your safe space, your space where you can unwind, relax, and recharge. It doesn’t matter whether you sleep alone or not, its still your space.
The world around us thrives on chaos. Everything is happening at full speed. Life is a mad rush from the moment the alarm clock goes off. That first cup of coffee is oh so important to get the blood rushing, from there its getting ready for work, trying to get the kids ready for school (which on its own can be a huge task), making sure your significant other is also ready for work. From there it’s a mad dash to drop everyone off and get to the office on time. That’s when the chaos only starts. Meeting after meeting, client after client, problem after problem and the day finally ends. Only to race home to get your kids fed, bathed, homework done and in bed on time. Where does that leave any time you to unwind? Time to rejuvenate and prepare for the next day? For so many people this is a daily reality.
The best place you can unwind from a stressful day and chaotic lifestyle is your bed. Like I said earlier, it’s your safe space. The bedding you choose to sleep on has a tremendous effect on the quality of your sleep. There are so many things to consider. The color, the material type, the feel of the fabric, the style of the bedding, the type of duvet inner and pillow.
Over the years so much research has been done to prove how important quality sleep is. It improves our weight management, improves productivity and concentration, increases athletic performance, reduces the risk of diabetes, strengthens your immune system, improves your emotions and is vital in combatting metal illness and stress.
An article on Forbes Health had this to say out sheets as part of a writeup of how the quality of your bedding can affect your sleep. “Sheets are another important factor in sleep hygiene, as your sheets can influence how your body temperature fluctuates throughout the night. “I encourage patients to buy sheets and pillowcases that breathe well so they don’t wake up from overheating,” says Danielle Kelvas, M.D., a Chattanooga, Tennessee-based physician and chief medical advisor at Sleepline.”
At That’s Linen, we pride ourselves on providing our clients with the best possible products that not only look amazing on their beds but improve their lives by adding an element of essential quality. Being the leading supplier and manufacturer of hospitality linen in South Africa, we stock a wide range of textiles to meet our clients and needs and budget.
Head over to our online store and have a look at our incredible range of products. If you have a guest house or hotel, please contact us directly for special pricing options.