NAT­U­RAL, HEALTHY SLEEP

A PEACE­FUL NIGHT’S SLEEP RE­QUIRES THE RIGHT IN­GRE­DI­ENTS – WHICH IS WHERE NAT­U­RAL BED­LI­NEN EX­PERTS, THE WOOL ROOM, CAN HELP

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Sleep. Some­thing we all do ev­ery night and yet many of us will never put a great deal of thought into it. In fact, we often for­get how im­por­tant sleep is and the ef­fect poor sleep has on our lives. So, when we spend a third of our lives do­ing some­thing, shouldn’t we en­sure that we’re do­ing it well? En­ter: The Wool Room, a com­pany ded­i­cated to trans­form­ing sleep by of­fer­ing a sim­ple so­lu­tion to the age-old prob­lem of poor slum­ber. Its bed­room and nurs­ery prod­ucts help you sleep bet­ter nat­u­rally by us­ing care­fully se­lected Bri­tish wools and other nat­u­ral fi­bres.

Why wool?

For cen­turies, wool has been val­ued around the world, for its abil­ity to in­su­late, keep­ing you cool when it’s hot and warm when it’s not. But over time it has been re­placed with other tex­tiles such as syn­thet­ics and feather or down. How­ever, bet­ter sleep re­lies heav­ily on tem­per­a­ture and hu­mid­ity in our beds. Re­search by the Univer­sity of Leeds shows that wool is 67% more ef­fec­tive at re­duc­ing hu­mid­ity com­pared to feather or down, and 46% more ef­fec­tive than syn­thet­ics. What’s more, wool can re­tain or re­lease heat while you sleep, mak­ing it far more flex­i­ble through­out the night, es­pe­cially use­ful for young chil­dren who are still de­vel­op­ing tem­per­a­ture reg­u­la­tion, as well as women ex­pe­ri­enc­ing the highs and lows of chang­ing hor­mone lev­els.

Wool is also nat­u­rally hy­poal­ler­genic, so if your sleep is af­fected by night-time al­ler­gies, this bed­ding is for you. The Wool Room’s en­tire adult and child bed­ding range also holds the Al­lergy UK seal of ap­proval, mak­ing it the only com­pany to date to achieve this. To find out more: visit the­wool­room.com, call 01780 461217, or email info@the­wool­room.com

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