Sleep is an essential pillar of our overall well-being, health and happiness. Sleep is a time for rest and regeneration of our body. It's time for our entire mind and body to regenerate after waking up and replenish energy reserves for the next day.
So many things contribute to a good night's sleep. Our stress levels, our diet, daily exercise, sleeping environment, and even our hormones all play a role.
Achieving healthy sleep is as much about supporting your sleep and combating any health issues as it is about developing good sleep habits. Most of us spend a third of our lives sleeping, which is a lot of time to waste on substandard sleep! Our sleep improvement tips will help you develop good sleep habits for a great, healthy night's sleep.
When it gets dark, avoid using bright fluorescent lights and dim them with a lamp or candle. Also consider limiting your exposure to screens for some time before bed. Too much exposure to blue light in the evening can disrupt our natural body clock, contributing to poor sleep. Get your rhythm back and take control of your time by putting away your phone before bed or any time of day when you need some quiet time.
It not only cleanses the air by absorbing toxins; plants can liven up a space, improve your mood, and rejuvenate your body and mind. There is research showing that the presence of plants in the indoor environment can help reduce stress and fatigue levels. Absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen while you sleep, sansevieria, pothos, orchid and aloe varieties are ideal bedroom companions.
Clean and fresh air
The best bedroom temperature for sleep is around 18.3 degrees Celsius. This can vary by a few degrees from person to person, but most doctors recommend keeping the thermostat set at 15.6 to 19.4 degrees Celsius for the most comfortable sleep.
Our bodies are programmed to experience a slight drop in core temperature in the evening. Airing the bedroom, the room in which we sleep, is crucial. If your open window does not cause a draft and you are not directly above it, you can allow fresh air to flow through the open window all night long - cool but not cold - the sleeping environment is perfect for a good night's sleep.
Natural wool bedding may be the perfect answer for anyone looking for a natural, chemical-free sleeping environment. This is because Organic Pure Wool bedding is naturally hypoallergenic and dust mite resistant. The unique structure of wool fibers prevents the formation of mold and bacteria, providing a hygienic sleep environment that is safe for the entire family.
The perfect pillow
Thanks to a well-chosen pillow, you will be able to rest properly after a hard day, and you will also avoid health problems in the future. If you sleep on your side, stomach or back - our pillow will meet the expectations of the most demanding users.
Pillows from the Organic Pure wool series have been designed to allow you to select the amount of filling according to your preferences.
A pillow with a natural filling inside, in the form of light and fluffy ecological wool, is an excellent and natural alternative for everyone who is allergic to feathers and down, as well as those who are increasingly allergic to artificial fillings made of petroleum-based harmful substances - polyester/silicone ball.
Organic pure wool and buckwheat hulls
A person has a clearer mind with a cool head, and warm feet improve blood circulation.
So what does this have to do with buckwheat pillows? Firstly, breathability is one of their main features. Pillowcases do not create a consistent filling like polyester and memory foam, which allows for unobstructed flow of cold air. At the same time, the pillow helps to dissipate heat from the hot head, enabling better sleep.
As a reminder, most of your body heat is not lost through your head. However, people don't usually sleep naked, so all that heat has to go somewhere that's not covered by clothing. This is why your head tends to get warm and why it is essential to have a breathable pillow.
Nothing compares to the fresh feeling of bedding, and we can't deny the benefits of high-quality linen bedding for a better night's sleep. The thermoregulatory benefits of sleeping on natural fibers help regulate body temperature, ensuring moderation and comfort regardless of the season. Not only does it provide a sense of peace, but it also creates a sense of accomplishment and helps set the tone for your day. Even better, serving as a welcoming oasis to return to when the day comes to an end.
Our comfortable pillows with linseed will help you achieve a good night's sleep. The linseed pillow gently presses against facial contours and tension points around the eyes and forehead, relieving tension and calming muscles while blocking light to aid relaxation. It is perfect for relaxation, sleep, rest, meditation, as well as for relieving the eyes after many hours of working at the computer.
It has enormous healing power for your mind, body and spirit. Lavender helps with depression, insomnia, mood swings and stress. It clears your thinking, reduces worries and balances your emotions. Our sweet-smelling lavender pillows can contribute to the quality of your sleep and, above all, peaceful sleep. Your calm mind and good mood thanks to the calming properties of lavender will help you fall into a deep and peaceful sleep after every day.
Consciously designed to enhance your sleep routine, our Zen organic silk blackout blindfolds are wonderfully lightweight. They gently block light without pressing on the head or delicate eye area. They support the production of melatonin, responsible for deep sleep.
Stones and minerals
Minerals and stones have been used for centuries to trigger all healing processes of the human body, from affecting a particular organ in the body, through changing our perception of the world, to energetic protection of the body. Our magical gemstones are found in our comfortable pillows for a reason - during relaxation, meditation, sleep and silence to soothe your soul. Choose your stone with a relaxation pillow for sleep and add a bit of magic to your rituals.
A bedtime ritual is the routine you do before going to sleep. Ideally, this should be one or more relaxing activities that help you prepare for sleep. In addition to helping you unwind at the end of a long day, they also work to train your brain that it's time to rest.
First, choose a specific time at which you commit to sleeping in bed. This may be the hardest part and the first place to start developing your ritual, but commitment is the key to success.
A good idea for pre-arranging your rituals may be a relaxing bath with the addition of lavender flowers, which will soothe your mind and put you in a state of relaxation.