Now that we are finally becoming more aware of the importance of taking care of our well-being, time has come to be wary of the decisions we make regarding our day to day lives. A healthy lifestyle doesn’t just refer to the choices you make with your diet, how hydrated you are, or how much of exercise you get in a week, but also the choices with everything sleep-related. You can’t really expect positive results with your nutrition and workout changes if you don’t sleep well, can you?
Having its importance in mind, sleep is a basic necessity to all of us, and it’s our job to provide everything we can to improve its quality, and make sure we get the needed amount of sleep every night. This means no electronics in your sleep oasis, no heavy meals before bed, no alcohol or coffee, and not surprisingly, no bad quality bedding. If you want to get all the z’s, buy natural bamboo sheets.
The natural bamboo sheets trend has been equally as popular as that of the mattresses for years now, and all for the right reasons. There’s more to bedding than style, colour, and size – there’s comfort, and a bunch of other appealing properties like breathability, thermo-regulation, hypoallergenic (anti-bacterial, anti-microbial, and odour-free), and moisture absorbent that bamboo offers, showing other bedding fabrics are no match for it; yes, not even cotton.
You know how satisfying sleep is described as sleep on clouds? That’s exactly what organic bamboo bedding can do for you, night after night. Its comfort, especially in the twill and sateen forms, is something you’d want to have more of in your life. Get them with 300 thread counts, and you can count on smooth luxury.
Sateen is more delicate than twill undoubtedly, but both of them provide more softness than cotton. Whichever you choose, you won’t make a mistake; Just make sure you take care of them properly, washing them in cold water, line drying them, to avoid shrinkage, so you can maintain them accordingly, and prolong their lifespan.
Since bamboo as a plant is resilient, it doesn’t require toxic chemicals in the form of pesticides and fertilisers to keep it strong, which goes to show why its fibres are also of superior quality, and then there’s sustainability making bamboo the eco-friendly option as well. Unlike bamboo, cotton production, even when organic, involves some degree of use of chemicals, and waste of water.