Lidl Is Selling Bedding To Help You Stay Cool In The Summer
Ultimately, there are few things more important that getting a good night's sleep. After all, peaceful, uninterrupted kip leaves you feeling refreshed physically and mentally so you can tackle the day head on. You can think more clearly and your body feels better, which generally makes you feel happier.
That can be hard in summer sometimes, though - especially during heatwaves like the one the UK is meant to be having over the next week. It's more difficult to fall asleep, you start feeling restless and the heat makes it all very uncomfortable.
Well - suffer no more! Supermarket chain Lidl are selling new bedding designed to help you stay cool on hot summer nights, and it looks like it's just what the doctor ordered.
Made with cooling technology, the pillows and duvets are made with a special material called TopCool fabric that's designed to regulate your body temperature while you sleep, so you don't wake up drenched in sweat. or at least all hot and bothered.
The company is currently selling two pillows and a duvet made with the microfine fabric,which regulates moisture to ensure a comfortable and dry sleeping environment,
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What's more, they're extremely good value for money. The TopCool Duvet has a TOG (Thermal Overall Grade) rating of 3.5 - which is ideal for summer - and costs just £9.99 for a single, £12.99 for a double and £14.99 for a king. Which doesn't seem like enough, but we're not going to tell them.
Of the two TopCool pillows they're selling, one measures 50cm by 80cm and costs £6.99, while the other one is a neck pillow that costs one pound more at £7.99 and which also helps relax the neck, shoulder and back muscles, all of which helps to improve sleeping posture while also keeping you cool. Double win!
While all of that is a very affordable way to help get a better night's sleep, it won't help much if the person you share a bed with snores like a monster.
If they do, you might just need one of these - an anti-store device designed by a sleep expert that shocks your tongue if you snore. Sounds gruesome, but ultimately necessary.
Featured Image Credit: Lidl
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