What type of comforter keeps you cool

There's nothing worse than waking up in the middle of the night drenched in sweat, with sticky sheets and wet pajamas to boot. While night sweats can be made worse by medical conditions or aging, it's actually a pretty common experience that can happen to anyone. Not only is it annoying, but being overheated throughout the night can disrupt your sleep and diminish the quality of your shuteye—and no one wants that.

So how can you prevent this from happening? The answer is fairly simple: silk comforter. Silk helps the body regulate heat by keeping you cool when it’s warm outside and warmer when it’s cool outside. It helps to shed excess heat during the summer to keep your skin cool. It also helps to retain heat during the winter so you can stay warm. Silk has a natural draping ability that some people call the “hugging effect.” It gently caresses and hugs the body which helps hold in body heat when it is cold. All in all, a silk comforter will keep a person feeling “just right” in terms of warmth. It helps them not ever feel too warm or too cold but always “just right.”

The right silk comforter can really add to a good night's sleep, keep you cool.