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What is the best fabric to sleep in?

Good sleep depends on a number of factors including the sleep environment which includes temperature. According to the National Sleep Foundation, the ideal temperature for good quality sleep should be between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. Choosing the right fabric to sleep in can help your body maintain a good temperature, helping ensure minimal sleep disruptions and a refreshed feeling in the morning. So what fabrics exactly help and how?   First lets talk about what you should steer clear of. Synthetic fabrics generally have very little moisture absorption capability and tend to keep heat close to the body. This can create a ripe environment for bacterial growth and can lead to very hot and sweaty sleep. Polyesters and Nylons...

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Valentine's Day Gifts for Her

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and with it comes the flurry of chocolates, roses and romantic dinners out. This year, spoil the woman in your life (or spoil yourself - hey its also Single Awareness Day!) with some thoughtful gifts that she will actually enjoy well after Valentine’s Day. Here we have a list of 3 gifts she will love!   1. A bedroom plant. Instead of a bundle of roses, surprise her with a living bedroom plant - it will surely be a breath of fresh air! Living plants can help purify the air in the bedroom by absorbing toxins and naturally releasing Oxygen. According to studies, leaves and roots of plants can absorb air pollutants such...

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3 Reasons to Switch to Organic PJs

Organic has been a buzz word for while - organic produce, organic makeup, etc. So whats the deal with organic clothing? And what are some benefits? 1.  Your skin will thank you. Synthetic fibers such as polyester and nylon have almost zero moisture absorbency or breathability.This can be extremely irritating on the skin and can lead to skin rashes and allergic reactions.  The body releases a large amount of toxins through the skin so blocking the natural breathability can pose other risks to the body, beyond skin deep.  Cotton is one of the most heavily sprayed and treated crops grown around the world.  All the pesticides, herbicides and fungicides used to grow cotton as well as process and dye it eventually...

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