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Benefits of Bamboo Sheets: How they Help You Sleep

Benefits of Bamboo Sheets: How they Help You Sleep

Sleep is an important aspect of our lives. Quality sleep can go a long way toward improving your health and making you more productive. Few things influence the quality of sleep more than the proper bed sheets. For a positive sleeping experience, you want bed sheets that support the natural temperature drop necessary for a robust circadian rhythm.

Why Bamboo?

Bamboo takes the prize for the best bed-sheet material when it comes to durability, temperature regulation, and softness. Bamboo is more affordable and eco-friendlier than other high-end materials like silk. One in three Americans receives less than six hours of sleep each night. Shifting from silk and cotton to bamboo bedding can dramatically transform this situation.

What Are Bamboo Sheets?

As the name implies, bamboo sheets are fabrics manufactured from bamboo fiber. Types of bamboo fiber used to make sheets include modal, lyocell, viscose, and rayon. Each has a unique feel and characteristic.

Nest Bedding's 300 Thread Count Rayon from bamboo is an excellent choice for first-timers. The worst that can happen to you when you have these sheets is waking up surprisingly refreshed.

For a good night's sleep, you need more than just luxury. Let's look at six ways bamboo bedding can improve your sleeping experience.

1. Temperature Regulation

Nest Bedding's bamboo viscose sheets are incredibly breathable and, as such, perfect for hot sleepers. The fabric contains unmatched temperature-regulating properties, keeping you cool on sweltering nights and cozy throughout chilly winters.

2. Softness

Bamboo bedding might have a lower thread count when compared to cotton or silk, but there is no denying its soft nature. Young children and people with skin sensitivities will find these products particularly useful. You'd also be surprised to learn that bamboo sheets get softer with use instead of depreciating. To confirm this, you are welcome to try the silky-smooth bamboo duvet cover from Nest Bedding.

3. Stain-Resistant

We are not saying Nest Bedding's bamboo sheets are immune to external stains, but they are more potent fighters than other fabrics. The moisture-wicking properties of bamboo sheets safeguard them from discoloration.

4. Durability

A single Nest Bedding Luxury Bamboo sheet can serve you up to 6 years or even longer with appropriate care. This is made possible by bamboo's naturally long fibers. Their moisture-wicking characteristic also contributes to this property.

5. Hypoallergenic

Bedding manufactured from bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic and has perfect moisture-absorbing abilities. This makes it an ideal choice for people with allergies. By eliminating residual moisture, bamboo sheets keep you away from fungi, mold, and dust mites.

6. Odor-Repellent

Bamboo sheets are hygroscopic, which enables them to absorb moisture and repel odors naturally. By resisting funky smells, bamboo beddings prevent the growth of fungi and bacteria.

What are the Pros and Cons of Bamboo Sheets?

We have seen that bamboo sheets are durable, eco-friendly, odor-repellant, hypoallergenic, and temperature regulators. It is no surprise that bamboo sheets can be costly because of their unique features.

You are welcome to try cheaper options from Amazon, but with a few additional dollars, you can get premium-quality from Nest Bedding. The problem with cheaper alternatives is that they tend to have harmful chemicals or polyester.

How is Bamboo Transformed Into Fabric?

After harvesting, bamboo stalks are chopped into smaller, more manageable pieces. Nest Bedding prefers older fiber because the flesh is more malleable, making it easier to change into the fabric. The next step involves soaking the yarn in water for an extended period to soften the bamboo.

At Nest Bedding, this process is achieved through a closed-loop model to limit the ecological footprint. The resulting product is a thick bamboo pulp that can be woven into sheets and dried at controlled temperatures to achieve a perfect texture.

Rayon comes in different variations, with some being more environmentally friendly than others. Tencel is a perfect option because of its minimal ecological footprint. Many manufacturers use linen as a last resort, but it is worth noting that it has excellent cooling properties.

Should You Purchase Bamboo Sheets?

The answer is a resounding yes! Bamboo bedding will give you and your loved ones an unmatched sleeping experience vital for healthy living. Furthermore, by shifting from synthetic bedding, you will be playing a role in making the world a more sustainable place to live in.