As the weather starts getting colder, you might find yourself cranking up the thermostat to stay warm at night. A better alternative to stay comfortable at night is to invest in winter bedding. This will save you money on your heating bill and look nicer than just piling blankets on your bed. Winter bedding is designed to trap heat and keep you warm, whereas summer bedding is designed to be more breathable and allow trapped body heat to escape. Another solution for sleeping comfortably through a cold winter night is heated bedding, and we have a selection of high-quality heated blankets that are attractive, comfortable, and safe.
This has been a chaotic Winter! We can’t really complain about the mild November and most of December, but January and February have had my thermometer dancing. Every time I think Spring has finally broken, the temperature plummets for a few days leaving me unexpectedly cold when I walk outside.
I’ve been spending most of my time indoors, longing for some green grass and sunshine. One of the best ways to bundle up is with a winter-weight comforter. These comforters are noticeably heavy, usually with a high fill power, allowing it to better trap heat and insulate you from the cold. There are a couple of factors to keep in mind when you are looking for a new comforter:
If you are a hot or sweaty sleeper, even in the winter, winter-weight comforters may not breathe as well as you’d like. Being sweaty is counter-intuitive to keeping warm, so you want to make sure you aren’t working backwards.
If you’re more often cold at night, a winter-weight comforter should help significantly. Once you’ve decided what kind of weight you want your comforter to have, you can move on to choosing the size and color. So until we are sure that Spring has finally broken, get yourself a winter-weight comforter and save yourself from waking up shivering and tired.
After the cheer of Christmas has inevitably faded away, things begin to feel a little colder. Not only have most people moved back to their regular lives and schedules, but also winter is in full effect now. Temperatures drop to a low plateau, and we crank the heat and bundle up to avoid it.
One of the best ways to bundle up at night is with a winter-weight comforter. This is a heavier comforter, usually with a higher fill power, that does a better job at insulating your body and your bed quickly each night. However, there are a couple of factors to keep in mind when you are looking for a new comforter. If you are a hot or sweaty sleeper, even in the winter, you may want to look for something more lightweight. Also remember how high you keep your thermostat at night, as it too contributes to your overall warmth.
But if you tend to be rather cold at night, and if you don’t wake up feeling overly warm, a winter-weight comforter is probably a good choice for you. Plus, it may mean that you can save money by keeping your thermostat a few degrees lower. Once you’ve decided what kind of weight you want your comforter to have, you can move on to choose size and color — and then you’re truly on your way to an effortless, comfortable night’s sleep.