How wool bedding can help you have a good nights sleep
Historically, when it comes to buying a duvet, pillow or mattress protector/topper most people will likely choose a synthetic, feather or down solution. The Wool Room are leading a charge amongst bedding suppliers and delivering real benefits to peoples sleep not to mention their health and wellbeing.
What is the Wool Room?
The Wool Room sells luxury wool bedding made from the finest British wool, which is scientifically proven to improve sleep quality. In fact, research suggests wool bedding can help provide up to 25% more stage four regenerative sleep. This means you’ll wake up feeling refreshed, revitalised and ready to face the day.
How can wool keep you cool when it’s hot?
Wool is a natural insulator to keep you warm in winter and naturally breathable to keep you cool in summer. Wool fibre helps to keep your body at the optimal temperature zone for comfort and rest. Wool fibre is the original wicking fibre. Wool fabrics can absorb up to 30% of their weight without feeling heavy or damp. Cotton fabrics begin to feel damp after 15%. The fibres “breathe” by absorbing away moisture from the body and releasing it into the air. This quality makes wool fabrics or bedding comfortable to wear or use in warm and cold weather.
Does it smell of sheep?
Wool is a natural product that comes from a living animal, and varies from sheep to sheep. We make every attempt to thoroughly clean our wool by double washing all of our wool to make it as ‘odour neutral’ as possible but a small percentage of our customers have an acute sensitivity to smell. Any residual odour always neutralises within days as the wool adjusts to its new environment.
Is wool bedding good news for allergy sufferers?
Wool bedding from The Wool Room is the first scientifically proven woollen hypoallergenic bedding solution that is also 100% natural! Recent scientific tests have shown that our bedding is resistant to house dust mites, house dust mite allergen and fungus.
There are many other types of anti allergy bedding solutions on the market, but ours has been proven to be effective without freezing or washing at high temperatures. Bedding from The Wool Room is ideal for anyone who suffers from allergies, asthma or eczema while providing 25% more deep regenerative sleep! We’re the only wool bedding manufacturer to have been awarded the Allergy UK Seal of Approval.
How often do I need to wash my wool bedding?
The best ‘wash’ for your wool duvet is totally natural. Wool loves fresh air - just like the sheep. Hang your duvet on the line on a breezy day or toast in the sun on your balcony... But there are times when you may want to give your bedding a complete wash – we have a range of bedding products which are machine washable on wool cycle, using wool detergent. Where can I see the wool bedding? Local Suffolk sheep farmer Bob Wilden and his partner Niki have recently opened a Wool Room Sleep Studio at their home near Ipswich. They have the whole range of bedding, wool mattresses plus beautiful wool blankets, throws and other home accessories on display for you to try before you buy. Visit the Sleep Studio at Sycamore Farm, Somersham Road, Bramford, IP8 4NN on a Tuesday or Thursday between 10am and 4pm, or phone Niki and Bob on 01473 831723 / 07477 090745 to arrange a visit at any other time including evenings and weekends.