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Best Bedding for Menopause

Menopause can make sleeping comfortably a challenge for many women. Hot flashes and night sweats can disrupt sleep and leave you feeling tired and irritable during the day. That’s where cooling bed sheets come in. Made from a specially designed fabric, these sheets help regulate your body temperature and wick away moisture, keeping you cool and dry throughout the night.

Here are several brands that create bed sheets designed to help women stay cool and comfortable throughout the night:


Peach Skin Sheets

Beyond offering moisture-wicking properties and the ability to keep you feeling cool at night, PeachSkinSheets offer several other great benefits that make them an excellent choice when you’re looking for cool sheets for menopause. Not only are they designed to keep hot sleepers cool at night, but cool sleepers will stay nice and cozy.

PeachSkinSheets also offer a brushed PeachSkin finish that gives you 1500-thread count softness. They’re pill-resistant, too, so no need to worry about those annoying and uncomfortable little balls that sometimes show up on fitted sheets.

The menopause cool sheets are durable and strong. They hold up well, even under years of daily use — even if you have pets or kids around. Most women also appreciate that PeachSkinSheets come right out of the dryer with no wrinkles.


Cozy Earth

Cozy Earth offers Bamboo bedding which is an excellent option to minimize night sweats because it can help keep you comfortable at night since the material is temperature regulating.

Bamboo viscose can help maintain a consistent body temperature by wicking away excess heat and moisture.

As a matter of fact, bamboo wicks away heat and moisture at twice the rate of cotton, reducing the humidity in your bed by 50% and making it the best bedding for menopause.


Soak & Sleep

According to a Soak & Sleep blog post, The best sheets for menopausal night sweats are those which are made with breathable fabrics. This means choosing natural fibers such as cotton, viscose, linen or silk.

These fibers allow moisture to evaporate through the fabric, helping you stay cooler while you sleep and wake-up feeling fresher.

Linen is a great choice for managing night sweats. Linen fibers are hollow, which makes them more absorbent than cotton. This in turn means they help regulate your body temperature as you sleep.


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