A duvet can be a perfect replacement for a comforter or a blanket, especially for couples who share the same bed. But it could also prove to be a nightmare for couples who don't always agree on the right sleeping temperatures.
But this duvet could be the exact solution for that kind of problem. Made by a company called Aldi, this specially designed duvet caters to sleepers who like it toasty or chilly, according to Men's Health. No more will you have to argue with your partner on whether it's better to sleep warm or cook.
The duvet achieves this with two differently designed halves. On the "warmer" half, you get a 10.5 ToG rating, while on the "cooler" half, you get 4.5 ToG. Each half is meant for people who either find it really hard to sleep if the room is hot or cold.
With a duvet like this, it could now be possible to sleep soundly beside somebody whose sleeping temperature preferences are vastly different. Furthermore, the duvet could also prove to be useful if you're alone in bed during winter or summer to ensure that you're comfortable enough for a good night's sleep. The duvet is available on the official Aldi website if you want to check it out.
A duvet like this is also not only intended to keep couples from fighting about sleeping temperatures. It can also be important for someone to get enough restful sleep because not everyone gets that. According to data from the CDC, roughly 1 in 3 adults are sleep-deprived, which has been known to increase the risk factors for illnesses such as diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, and even heart disease.
A Duvet Could Prove Useful During the Pandemic
Everybody's been a little bit more restless during this pandemic, and that's no secret. Since last year, cases of anxiety and depression have increased because of the rapid, often stressful changes brought about by the current global health crisis. And the only way to stay sane while the world races against time to eradicate the virus is to get enough rest.
A duvet could be one of the best purchases you'll ever make at this day and age, especially one that's half-warm and half-cool. No matter your sleeping temperature preferences, you'll need to account for the right one to get a restful sleep. That's because temperature does affect how much actual rest you'll be getting.
According to SleepFoundation.org, the key to knowing how to get good sleep is understanding your body's circadian rhythm (aka "body clock.") This is the thing that tells your brain when to wake up and when to tucker out. It can get disrupted by a lot of external factors, with one of the most important being the ambient temperature.
Whether you like it warm or cool when you sleep, what matters is that you get to control the temperature to get some restful shut-eye adequately. And it would be helpful, too, since enough sleep can actually boost your immune system, on top of living healthy and getting vaccinated.
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Written by RJ Pierce