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  1. Is it that time of the year that you purchase new sheets? Is your old set too stained, ripped or just worn out and need a change? Most of us splurge on expensive pillows and comforters but often overlook bed sheets. When it comes to bedding, durability and quality are of paramount importance, after all, we spend nearly one-third of our lives between our sheets! Cotton and Microfiber are two popular choices when it comes to bed sheets. It is important to remember that they are very different materials, and the one for you depends on several factors. These bedding materials, each offer a different level of breathability and feel. They also differ in drying time, durability, and cost. You will need to take all these factors into account while picking the right bedding for yourself and your family. They are both very good choices, and each offers a bunch of benefits. That said, you get what you pay for. And while many people prefer cotton, premium quality microfiber sheets do not tear easily and nor does the color turn dull with repeated washing. Nowadays, there are more and more bed sheets on the shelves made from microfibers. Microfiber sheets have become rather popular, but are they the right choice for you? In this article, we compare cotton sheets and microfiber sheers to see what all the fuss is about. Feel – Many prioritize feel over durability. If the feel of your sheets is an important deciding factor for you, you are sure to love microfiber sheers. These sheets are perfect for those who love a silky feel. If your kids or partner moves around a lot at night, these sheets will let them slip and slide without becoming a tangled mess. While these sheets do not offer the crisp feel of cotton, you will love crawling into these sheets as they feel soft against the skin. On the contrary, if you are someone who prefers crisp linen, cotton is your go-to choice. Warmth – Microfiber is an excellent choice for those who tend to get cold easily as it retains your body’s natural heat. If you tend to kick the blankets at night or are prone to night sweats, cotton is a better choice for you. Since cotton is a natural fiber, it is more breathable and keeps you cooler. It also wicks moisture better making it an ideal choice if you sweat a lot during sleep. On the contrary, microfiber is a lot better at resisting stains which makes maintenance a breeze. However, remember that though microfiber sheets do resist stains better than cotton can, it can be a herculean task to get them out once they find their way in. If you accidentally spill a cup of coffee on your microfiber sheet, the cleanup is time sensitive. Unlike its natural cousin, if you wait too long to attend to the stain, it will set! Durability of Microfiber Sheets– Low-quality sheets, be it microfiber or cotton will last you only a couple of washes. While cotton sheets are subject to pilling, poor quality microfiber sheets are likely to tear in just a few weeks. High-end microfiber and cotton sheets are both quite durable. However, cotton doesn’t hold dye as well as microfiber and hence begins to fade over time. Microfiber is more resilient and is likely to remain bright and vibrant after repeated trips to the laundry. Most users will agree that cotton wears over time, thinning and piling before becoming entirely useless. Microfibers tend to deteriorate all at once – either ripping or tearing when you least expect it. Airflow – Premium quality sheets made from both cotton and microfiber are woven in a percale which is touted to be the best weave to facilitate good air flow. When comparing the percale woven microfiber to percale cotton sheets, the latter has more weight and thickness but does boast of better air flow. Microfiber sheets, on the contrary, have a thin and light feeling and yet manage to trap air within it. Cost – Whether you pick cotton or microfiber – the higher the thread count, the more expensive will the sheet be. A higher denier count means the thicker the fibers will be. The Denier rating affects the cost of a microfiber sheet just as the thread count affects the cost of cotton sheet. However, when compared to one another, cotton is a lot more expensive than microfiber since microfiber is man-made. If you are on a budget or have many beds to make, microfiber is hands down the best choice for you. Maintenance – Cotton sheets are not just more expensive too but also are more expensive to own. They are thicker and take longer to dry when compared to sheets made from microfiber. Cotton sheets can be easily washed and dried in the comfort of your home. Some of them may shrink after the first wash, but they do get softer the more often you wash them. Microfiber sheets can also be machine laundered at home and tend to shrink after the first wash much like cotton sheets. If you wash your sheets regularly, you may spend a lot more at the laundromat if you own cotton sheets. Microfiber sheets are perfect if you do not have much space to hang your sheets outside to dry and are on a tight budget and wish to reduce your laundry expensive. All in all, there are pros and cons to each of these sheets. Microfiber is a great option for people with allergies, but in the end, it all does come down to your personal preference. If you are convinced that microfiber is a better choice for you, you may consider investing in the Mezzati Luxury Bed Sheet Set. Why buy Mezzati Luxury Bed Sheet Set? The Mezzati Luxury Bed Sheet Set is one of the most affordable yet premium quality bed sheets on the market. It is available in sizes ranging from Twin to California King. The set contains 1 flat sheet, 1 fitted sheet, and 2 standard size pillowcases. All pieces in the set are hypoallergenic and made from premium quality brushed microfiber. Not only are they wrinkle and fade resistant, but also have a soft silky feel to them. These breathable sheets are ideal for any room and are also resistant to dust mites. The pillowcases come with classy embroidery that renders an elegant touch to them Easy to care for and available in attractive colors, this bed sheet set is meant for those who love luxury!
  2. Yaasa is a furniture company that makes mattresses, adjustable beds, desks, and bedding. They are based out of Santa Barbara, California and are known for producing products that are both innovative and stylish. The recent addition of their weighted blanket is no exception. Most weighted blankets on the market are made with glass beads sewn into the fabric for weight. Yaasa instead knits their weighted blanket making it breathable and stylish so that you will actually want to leave it out. Why Do You Need a Weighted Blanket? If you haven’t tried a weighted blanket, you owe it to yourself to experience it. A good weighted blanket feels like a reassuring hug that instantly gives you a feeling of security and calm. It’s a big reason why first responders wrap trauma victims in blankets. But you don’t need to be under duress to get reap the benefits of a weighted blanket. There are now all kinds of weighted blankets to choose from but Yaasa has a ***** that takes weighted blankets to the next level. Ordering the Yaasa Weighted Blanket You can order this blanket directly from the Yaasa website. It currently retails for $249 in the 15 lb. weight and $269 in the 20 lb. weight. For this review, I received the 15 lb. weight in a cream color. As you can see below, the blanket comes wrapped in plastic to keep it clean. I noticed that there was a bit of a new fabric smell to this blanket but if you air it out for a bit it should be fine. Here’s what it looks like out of the packaging. Unlike a normal weighted blanket, this is knitted with large cables of fabric that give the blanket its weight but also make it very breathable. This is a great design because it is also stylish. Construction of the Weighted Blanket Below are the construction details of the blanket as listed on the Yaasa website. Dimensions and Weights 15 lbs Length 72″ x Width 40″ 20lbs Length 72″ x Width 45″ Materials Cover 100% Cotton Filling 100% Polypropylene Fibers Warranty Every Yaasa Weighted Blanket comes with a 1-year warranty. Shipping The Yaasa Weighted Blankets ship from Santa Barbara, California using FedEX ground. Country of Origin Made in China. My Yaasa Weighted Blanket Findings This blanket has a unique feel. I like that you can stretch it out a bit as it is a loose-knit. Here you can see that I can easily poke my fingers through it. In the picture below I am using it on my Sol Tec Lounge meditation chair. I use weighted blankets because it helps me relax and stay grounded. According to the care instructions, the blanket should be dry cleaned only. I suspect this is because they don’t want the yarn coming through in the washing machine. I think this would be problematic with a washing machine with an agitator but I have a newer high-efficiency washer that can handle oversized loads. I thought I would put it in the wash just to see what would happen. The blanket washed just fine but it took about 3 dry cycles for the blanket to get dry. However, It wasn’t damaged at all. The picture with me in the blanket on the meditation chair is the blanket after it was washed. My Yaasa Weighted Blanket Recommendation Weighted blankets are wonderful. My daughter has her own and I now have a couple in my bedroom. I don’t use them every night but sometimes they are just what I need to relax or fall asleep faster. You can certainly find cheaper weighted blankets but I would rather have this blanket out and folded as it looks great and is a wonderful conversation piece.
  3. Today, the number of people suffering from various sleep disorders is increasing. Innovative product companies are always introducing products to help people get better sleep. One such sleep product that has become wildly popular in recent years is the weighted blanket. Unlike a regular blanket, weighted blankets are much heavier, ranging from anywhere between 5 and 30 pounds. It has become a common sleep accessory for many adults and children because it 20supposed to help with several sleep-related disorders. Weighted blankets usually have a filling inside made of glass or plastic beads. Some weighted blankets also have extra padding off polyester fibers to provide maximum comfort. The outer portion of the blanket is usually made of cotton, flannel or wool. Weighted blankets look much like regular blankets but feel a lot heavier. The reasoning behind weighted blankets is that the weight helps release happiness hormones that help with sleep disorders and mental disorders such as autism and depression. A lot of mental and behavioral problems cause restlessness and make it hard to fall asleep. Weighted blankets are supposed to calm down restlessness and induce relaxation and sleep. But weight is the most important consideration when choosing weighted blankets. If the blanket is too heavy, it can cause discomfort and disrupt sleep, especially in children. Not all weighted blankets have the same weight, so you must always try to feel and hold the blanket before purchase. How a Weighted Blanket Works? Weighted blankets work by providing a sensation called ‘grounding’ that involves applying moderate pressure to the body and pushing them deeper into the sleep surface. Grounding is also said to trigger the release of calming hormones that soothe the nerves and aid in sleep. The key to making a weighted blanket work for you is the weight. This is why weighted blankets should always be customized according to individual users because no two people will be comfortable using the same weight. Most adults are usually comfortable with a blanket weighing around 5 to 10 percent of their own body weight. Weighted blankets are also safe for older children, with the optimal comfort level being 10 percent of their body weight. But children under the age of eight should not be using weighted blankets unless prescribed by a physician, because they pose health and safety risks. Weighted blankets aren’t for everyone. There are people who should avoid using them or consult with their doctor about the use of weighted blankets. These people include those with respiratory or circulatory disorders and those with claustrophobia and fear of confined spaces or being trapped. Weighted blankets can cause distress and complications to such people and make their problems worse. Particularly heavy blankets can cause significant distress to the user in case of respiratory and circulatory problems. People with claustrophobia should also avoid using weighted blankets because the heavyweight can trigger the phobia. Benefits of Weighted Blankets Despite the health risks that come with using weighted blankets, they have been found to be useful in aiding with proper sleep for certain people. Some of the advantages of using a weighted blanket are: Reduced nighttime cortisol levels: After a stressful day, cortisol remains in your blood even when you go to sleep. Excess cortisol impacts the production of melatonin and hinders sleep. The use of weighted blankets has been found to lower cortisol levels, bringing about calmness and relaxation and helping the person fall and stay asleep. Increased production of serotonin: Using weighted blankets has been found to increase the production of Serotonin, the hormone that is responsible for keeping us awake and alert throughout the day and preventing daytime sleepiness. Weighted blankets also help in the production of other hormones such as dopamine and oxytocin, which are called happiness hormones. Reduced instances of sleepwalking: Children who walk in their sleep benefit from the use of a weighted blanket, because the heavyweight isn’t easy to quickly get out of in the middle of the night. Besides, weighted blankets are also known to promote calmness and relaxation, reducing the instance of somnambulism. Weighted blankets also help calm down children with autism and ADHD, because they have significantly low levels of melatonin and are hard to put to sleep. Weighted blanket calms down restlessness, increase the production of melatonin and also improve memory and cognition to some extent. Best Weighted Blankets of 2020 With weighted blankets so popular, bedding manufacturers are jumping on the bandwagon and producing their own versions of the blanket. But not all of them are capable of providing you with the benefits of weighted blankets. We have listed the top weighted blankets today that are on the forefront for being the best. Bearaby Weighted Blanket The Bearaby weighted is the best looking and best feeling weighted blanket on the market today. While it isn’t cheap, starting at $249, it will look great in your bedroom or living room. You can choose either the Classic Napper made of organic cotton or the Tree Napper made of ultra-breathable Tencel fiber. Its also machine washable, just throw it in the wash and you’re done. Not need to unzip an outer shell. Shop Bearaby Layla Weighted Blanket Layla is best known for their popular foam mattress, they now have a super soft and cozy weighted blanket that feels like mink. The sophisticated black and gray cover is washable and goes with any decor. What is especially nice about this blanket is that it comes with a 120-night trial and a 5-year warranty putting it at the head of the pack. You can try it for 120 nights and if you don’t like it, it’s a free return so you have nothing to lose by giving a try. Shop Layla Mosaic Weighted Blanket Highlights Fun, colorful weighted blankets made of nontoxic materials and BPA-free pellets Made for year-round use 100 % customizable 5 lbs to the 25 lbs weight range Mosaic has been one of the most beloved weighted blanket manufacturers in the US, founded by Laura LeMond as a way to help people get relief from disorders like panic, anxiety and ADD by cuddling up with a blanket. Mosaic weighted blankets are made in Austin, Texas, and are 100 percent customizable. In fact, you can even send in your own materials and pellets to have a blanket made just for you. Mosaic offers a huge range of weights, colors, and styles, outnumbering most other weighted blanket manufacturers. Mosaic blankets begin from 5 pounds are available in one-pound increments. They also come in different sizes, and 100 percent customizable to suit your exact preferences. You can have a Star Wars themed blanket for your boy, a pink polka dot blanket for your daughter, a plaid 20-pound blanket for yourself, or 25-lbs queen size for the master bed. While Mosaic does offer reasonably priced weighted blankets that have been tried and tested by consumers over the last eight years, the company does lack some of the user-friendly features offered by newer weighted blankets. For instance, the plastic pellets can be felt through the cotton cover and they also noisily move around inside the pockets. But if you don’t do much tossing and turning during the night, and also find the sound of the pellets soothing, you shouldn’t have a problem with the Mosaic weighted blankets. As far as grounding and calming are concerned, the blankets perform an excellent job. Good for: Both adults and children Those who love body-hugging blankets Interested in customizing options and variety Shop the Mosaic Weighted Blanket CMFRT Cozy Weighted Blanket Highlights Scientifically proven to improve sleep, reduce stress and increase productivity Dual-sided, for summer and winter use Evenly distributed weight Not all weighted blankets are machine washable, but the one by CMFRT is. You can easily remove the cover and wash the blanket, just like all your other clothing. Another advantage of the CMFRT Cozy weighted blanket is the dual side. One side has a minky microfiber cover for use in winter while the other side has a soft cotton cover for use in summer. Inside there are beads stitched uniformly into individual pockets that add weight to the blanket. Because these beads don’t heat up, you can easily use this blanket throughout the year, switching sides to your preferences. The weighted blankets by CMFRT are available in small and queen sizes. The smaller sizes – 5 lb, 7 lb, and 12 lb – are great to cover your body, and the larger queen sizes – 16 lb, 20 lb, 25 lb – are great to cover the bed. Although they don’t offer many customization options, CMFRT Cozy weighted blankets do come in a number of color options. The beads are made with premium glass and are nontoxic and hypoallergenic. The blankets are made entirely in the US and have a satisfaction guarantee. A 22 lb queen size blanket retails for $179. Good for: Those who want a user-friendly, innovative weighted blanket Those who want size and weight options Those who want to machine wash the blanket Shop the CMFRT Weighted Blanket YnM Weighted Blanket Highlights Reasonably priced, compared to competitors Satisfaction guarantee 3-year warranty Seven-layer construction Given the variation in children’s weights, it can be hard to find the right weighted blanket for them. The YnM weighted blanket seems to be just right for both kids and adults, because of the variety of sizes they offer. Children are usually comfortable with weighted blankets that are 10 percent of their body weight. Usually, weighted blankets that weigh 5 to 7 pounds are ideal for children. YnM offers that, and there are additional options that are fit adults. The blanket has a seven-layer construction, at the center of which is the layer of glass beads. The additional layers are made of soft fabrics that do not heat up and help keep the sleep cool. Because there is little to no microfiber content, the blanket is great for the summers. Sleepers will also be comfortable without feeling the beads through the layers. There are five weighted inserts for evenly distributing the beads and allow the blanket to adapt to the shape of the sleeper. Good for: Children as well as adults Those who prefer a blanket that adapts to their shape Hot sleepers Shop the YnM Weighted Blanket Density Comfort Weighted Blanket Highlights Machine washable Satisfaction guarantee Three weight options to choose from The Density Comfort weighted blanket has only three weight options to choose from, and they are all pretty heavy at 15 lbs, 20 lbs, and 25 lbs. Needless to say, this isn’t a blanket that’s ideal for children. Only heavy adults will be able to use it comfortably. Many adults who prefer something lighter have said that the blanket is too heavy to sleep with. If you’re above 150 pounds and would love something really heavy pinning you down through the night, this is the blanket for you. The outer cover is plush fleece, and the inner layer is made cotton. The outer cover can be removed and thrown in the wash. Good for: Heavyweight people Those who sleep cold Those who love really heavy blankets Shop Density Comfort Zzzhen Weighted Blanket Highlights Soft and breathable materials Responsive customer service 30-day return/replacement and 3-year warranty The Zzzhen weighted blanket is made of cotton, which means it’s breathable and also sleeps cool. It’s touted as the ideal blanket for those who suffer from insomnia, anxiety and other pressures of life. The gentle weight of the blanket helps remove stress and fatigue and creates a calming sleeping experience. The blanket is constructed with high-quality Egyptian cotton through well-proportioned sewing that evenly distributed the weight through the blanket. Good for: Hot sleepers Those who love premium cotton Those who want dependable customer service and longer than average warranty Shop Zzzhen Sensadream Cooling Weighted Blanket Highlights Dual-sided removable cover Evenly distributed weight Only one size of 15 lbs Although Sensadream offers only one size and weight – queen 15 lbs – the company claims that it can be used for all people. However, the ideal weight range is 130-lbs to 180 lbs. the blanket has two sides to the cover, the minky side for winters and the 100 percent natural bamboo side for summer. The cover can also be removed for washing. The tiny glass sand beads are non-toxic and hypoallergenic and do not make any noise. Good for: Those looking for attention to detail Ideal weight Those who want reasonable pricing Degrees of Comfort Weighted blanket Highlights Weight options 5 lbs to 30 lbs Two covers for summer and winter Affordable Available exclusively on Amazon, the weighted blanket from Degrees of Comfort comes with two separate covers- one for the summer and the other for the colder months. Strict attention to detail is paid during construction, using only the highest quality materials that are hypoallergenic and non-toxic. Suitable for both children and adults, the weighted blanket comes in a wide range of weight options and is priced under $60. Good for: Those looking for value for money Use in both summer and winter Wide weight options Shop Sensadream Although weighted blankets claim to offer a number of health and sleep benefits, remember to consult with your doctor before you start using it if you have any health problem that requires attention.
  4. Are you one of them who avoid camping just because you miss the cozy bed at night? Well, you can get the same level of comfort even when you are camping on sleeping cots. Yes, the sleeping cots can help you get that cozy night’s sleep even when you are outdoor. These camping cots are collapsible camping beds that maintain your sleep quality while you are out on recreational camping in family-friendly campsites. Not only for camping, but these products have also found a place in homes and hotels in the form of add-on beds whenever required. Below is a detailed guide on the best sleeping cots available in the market that can help you make an informed decision. Coleman ComfortSmart Deluxe Cot The coil suspension system of ComfortSmart Deluxe Cot makes it the perfect product for camping. It can easily fit inside a car’s back and offers a near-experience of sleeping in a wooden bed. The cot legs are designed to support the structure for heavy and tall persons to fit in comfortably. The cot has coil support as well, which makes it comfortable to sleep on without the possibility of deflating. Pros: Durable, strong, and lightweight Easy setup Heavy and tall people can use cot comfortably Cons: Difficult to fold for storage The foam is thin and may not last longer TETON Sports Outfitter XXL This camping cot by Teton Sports offers its users great sleeping comfort, ensuring sound sleep. When paired with a sports outfitter pad, it provides great comfort and can be used as a guest bed. This cot is stable and relatively strong and can support up to 600lbs. It is a perfect cot for outdoor activities, including base camp and hunting. Pros Durable and Portable Can support heavyweight up to 600lbs Plenty of space on the bed Can be set up easily Cons A slight heavy to carry The price is a little higher Kamp-Rite Oversize Tent Cot The Kamp-Rite Oversize Tent Cot is easy to set up and assemble. It is made of a sturdy aluminum frame, which can support the weight without bulging. This cot is ideal for users who are planning to go out for car camping. This cot comes along with a 3/8 insulating foam cot. It can handle all kinds of weather. Pros It offers a warranty of one year against defects Encapsulation rain fly gives protection against extreme stormy weather It is firm so that you can sleep soundly A heavy-duty carrying bag allows easy transportation and set-up Cons Slightly expensive Slightly bigger than most camping cots Byer of Maine Portable Folding Cot Byer of Maine has invested a lot of time and effort in designing their portable folding cot. Their portable folding cot is easy to set up and store. This cot offers the perfect solution for travel, home, and camping. Besides being portable, it is incredibly sturdy and durable. The cot may be set up within a minute, as it does not have loose parts. Pros Provides maximum comfort Can be set up within a minute Strong legs of steel Can be folded easily for storage Cons Heavy Slightly expensive Coleman Pack-Away Cot The Coleman Pack-Away Cot is a traditional cot that has been given a modern look with the state-of-the-art technology. It is constructed, especially using durable and strong steel frames providing maximum support. It has a convenient folding bag along with cup holders for lanterns, glasses, and books. This cot has a portable storage bag that makes it good for camping. Pros It can be set up easily within a minute Can support up to 300lbs weight Is appropriate for both indoors as well as outdoors The powder-coated steel frame is rust-resistant, Cons It cannot be shipped to all countries Alpcour The lightweight of Alpcour makes it easy to carry. The cot can hold up to 300 lbs making it sturdy and durable at the same time. It can easily fit an adult or two small children. This cot has a side pocket that can store odds, cell phones, and keys. Pros Made of 600D durable polyester fabric Lightweight and has carrying case Can hold two children or an adult Cons Pillow is slightly uncomfortable Mountain Trails Base Camp Cot This minimalist masterpiece by Mountain Tails is undoubtedly the slimmest and the most affordable model available in the market. The length of this cot makes it suitable for tall people, and the width offers adequate room for users. The legs and the frame are built using powder-coated steel, and the top is made of polyester making it a durable and sturdy product. Pros Offers a lot of room for sleeping Affordable Useful add-on beds at home Tough cover and sturdy frame supports up to 225lbs weight Cons Complicated assembling No rubber or plastic cover on legs Weak C-shaped legs. Coleman Trailhead II Camp Cot The Trailhead Cot from Coleman is portable and collapsible with the width of a standard bed. If you want a military-grade camp cot at a low cost that provides the premium features, then this is a good option. The cot is not big enough but can accommodate 300lbs of weight. The cot is foldable and, therefore, can be stored easily at a corner. Pros Can be easily folded to move and to store Military-grade design The X-frame can provide support for durability Cons A little heavy in comparison to other brands. The cover may be tight when new Essential Factors To Consider While Buying A Cot Shopping for a cot is not as easy as you might think. You need to consider a host of factors simultaneously, which would help you in making an informed decision. Some of the essential factors include – Checking Out The Fabric Cots are available in a wide variety of fabric. The best sleeping cots are made from nylon and polyester. These fabrics help in maintaining a warm and cozy environment while you are resting. While some cots might be made out of the canvas, it makes the product heavy to carry, which can be a problem when you are trekking or camping. Type Of Frame Apart from the fabric, the frame type if equally important while shopping for a cot. The frames of a cot need to be lightweight, durable, and rust-resistant. Alongside this, it would be necessary to ensure a sturdy frame due to which people opt for a steel frame instead of aluminum. It is recommended to go through manufacturer reviews to help you guide through the frame selection process. The frames must consume less space and should be easy to fold. X-Shaped Legs This type of sleeping cot is widely favored by army men. With comfort similar to that of king-sized beds, these are a must-have for campers. The X-shape of their legs are sturdy and stable enough to carry heavy weights. However, you may need to go through the reader menu if you are a first time user. U-Shaped Legs These types of legs are mostly observed for sleeper cots that can be folded twice or even thrice for carrying. The underneath folding technique helps in distributing the weight of the cot evenly, making it easier to carry it to camps, hotels, and houses. Experts recommend the U-shaped legs for cots if you are a beginner in camping. Apart from the above-mentioned factors, there are other things that need consideration, such as the size of the bed, insulation, sleeping pattern, etc. There are multiple options available in the market that can surely help you to make the right choice depending on your needs and preference. Cot Buying FAQs Can Camping Cots Damage The Tent Floor? Many camping cots come with rubber coverings on their legs, making them suitable for use inside tents. Cots that do not have any protective covering may be covered up using tennis balls or small pieces of the carpet, which can be placed under the legs to protect the tent floor. So, a camping cot may damage the floor of the tent, but they don’t have to if you take adequate protective measures. Are Cots Comfortable To Sleep On? Sleep cots provide the same sleeping experience to users as normal beds, but they are bulky and heavy. Still, many campers are willing to accept such characteristics to ensure a good night’s sleep. Most cots are manufactured using an aluminum frame with fabric stretching that gets taut once assembled. Are Sleeping Cots Difficult To Assemble? The modern camping cots are quite simple and easy to assemble in comparison to the traditional ones. Many cots come directly out of the box ready to use, such as the Coleman ComfortSmart Delux and the Bayer Cot. But even if it requires a bit of assembling, you won’t have any problem getting the things in place. What Are Cots Made Of, And Which Is The Best For Me? All cots are either made of polyester, canvas, or nylon. You won’t find a spring coil mattress in a cot as they are too heavy to carry. It would be better for you to choose a product made from synthetic material like nylon, which is both sturdy and durable while being lightweight at the same time. Such material also dries out faster in case they get wet while camping outdoors. The Bottom Line It is not difficult to get hold of the best sleeping cot provided you know what and where to look for. Throughout your search process, you must remember that the most expensive and heaviest ones are not always the best. Different sleeping cots are designed for different purposes. Make sure you match your requirement with the features that a specific sleeping cot offers to help you make an informed decision.
  5. If you’re looking for a Leesa vs Nectar comparison, this should make your decision much easier. In this post I break down all the pros and cons of each mattress to help you decide which is right for you. Both the Nectar and Leesa are great mattresses but each have a distinct feel that will appeal to different types of sleepers. There are no winners or loosers here, just clarification for you so that you get the right mattress the first time. Overview of Nectar vs Leesa Mattress The video below gives you a side by side comparison of both mattresses. As you can see in the video below, my bowling ball reacts very different on each of the mattresses. Both of these mattresses come with a generous trial period. Leesa free trial period = 100 Days Nectar free trial period – 365 Days Here’s the breakdown on prices of the mattresses Leesa mattress price = $940 (Queen Size) Nectar mattress price = $795 (Queen Size) Both of these companies offer discounts on a regular basis. Leesa tends to have a $100 off coupon making the queen size $840 and Nectar has $125 off with 2 free pillows making the price $670. There is a significant difference in price here but not so much that it would be a deal breaker if one is better suited to your needs. Leesa Mattress Construction and Materials What gives the Leesa mattress that extra bounce you saw in the video is that they use a layer of Avena foam on top. The cooling comes into play in that it is convoluted (think egg crate shaped) so that there are channels for air to circulate. 10 inches total height Top layer is 2 inches of Avena foam,which is a polyurethane foam that performs like latex Below that is a 2 inch layer of memory foam for extra comfort and pressure relief. The base layer is a 6 inch high density foam used as the support base. It is the foundation of the Leesa matttress. Nectar Mattress Construction and Materials 11 inches total height Top layer is made 1 inches of quilted foam which is sewn into the cover. This helps with airflow and gives it an initial soft feeling The support layer is made of 1 inch of 4lb. cooling gel memory foam. The transition layer is 3 inches of 3lb. cooling gel to further the transition among the layers and provide even more contouring and pressure relief. The base layer is 6 inches of high-density foam similar to the Leesa. It should be noted that the Leesa mattress is made in the USA while the Nectar mattress is made in China. However, both are CertiPUR-US Certified. Which means that the foams used in the mattresses are tested by a 3rd party to be free of harmful chemicals. Benefits of the Leesa Mattress The Leesa mattress is a very versatile mattress in that most sleepers will find it to feel great right away. The Avena foam will allow you to quickly sink into the mattress and will recover just as quickly. This means it is easy to move around on and even has some bounce as it behaves like latex. The other major benefit of the Leesa mattress is that it is very breathable. The convoluted foam and density of the top layer means it doesn’t trap as much heat as other mattresses. The Leesa also has a great Made in the USA story. The foams used in the mattress and the construction of the mattress itself are all domestic. They even have some great brand ambassadors such as Michael Phelps. Leesa has also been around a bit longer than Nectar. As of this writing, they will soon be celebrating their 3rd anniversary. Benefits of the Nectar Sleep Mattress The Nectar Mattress provides excellent pressure relief. This mattress does a very good job of conforming to your body. It provides great pressure relief and support at the same time. The quilted foam cover and layers of dense foam throughout make it very resilient mattress as well meaning that it should last a long time. The Nectar mattress is also one of the more affordable mattresses online. Given the construction and great feel it has proven to be one of the best values out there. Although they don’t have any brand ambassadors, it has been getting good feedback despite some of the shipping delays caused by large demand when the mattress was first introduced. Nectar or Leesa, Which is Best for You? If you are on the fence about which mattress to choose here are a few points to consider. If sleeping hot is your primary concern, the Leesa mattress would be a good choice. I found it to sleep a little cooler than the Nectar. However, the cover of the Nectar mattress is made with phase change technology that will draw heat away from you so it’s not to say that the Nectar sleeps hot, it’s just that the Leesa will sleep cooler. I often recommend the Nectar to people who complain about lower back soreness. I found that the Nectar provides superior pressure relief and contouring. The dense foam used in the Nectar can address certain pain points in ways other mattresses can’t. If Made in the USA and buying American is important, then Leesa is a clear winner. They even have a Team USA Gold Medalist sleeping on their mattress. Considering how fit Michael Phelps is, I’m sure he could sleep on almost anything. I think the true test may be an out of shape arthritic, elderly person as those are the people who will need a quality mattress the most. If you are price sensitive, Nectar is a more affordable option. And affordable doesn’t mean cheap. In this case you get quality and value. I think 1oo days is plenty of time to figure out if a mattress is a good fit although Nectar has raised the bar with a 365 night trial so you basically get a whole year. I live in Minnesota where the seasons are very distinct. Winter nights can get as low as minus 30 and summer nights in July can be humid and 90 so being able to test a mattress out in extremes can be important. In the end, you really can’t lose with either of these mattresses. You literally have nothing to lose by trying them out in your home. This guide was created to save you time and get you to the right mattress the first time.
  6. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep-related disorder that affects millions of people across the globe. If you or your loved one is suffering from the same problem there are several ways to treat this sleep disorder and minimize its effect on healthy sleeping habits. One of the quickest and simplest tricks that can help you ensure a good sleep cycle and prevent frequent awakenings at night is purchasing mattresses that can help you with your sleep apnea problem. Below is a list of the best products for sleep apnea along with a detailed guide to help you combat such a problem. Best Memory Foam Mattress for Sleep Apnea: Nectar Mattress If you have a sleeping partner and want to keep motion transfer at bay then the Nectar Mattress would be the best choice for you. The flagship memory foam bed from Nectar Mattress is constructed with a top layer of quilted gel memory foam, followed by a subsequent layer of gel memory foam. It also features a high-density memory foam transitional layer with a support core made of high-density polyfoam. The removable cover is a combination of cotton and TENCEL lyocell. The dense foam layer of the Nectar provides above-average durability with an estimated lifespan of 6-7 years. Pros: Exerts minimal pressure for those with stiff muscles and achy joints. Carries a budget price tag affordable to most buyers. Suitable for all types of sleepers – stomach, side, back, and combo. Best product for buyers looking for a long trial period and warranty. Cons: Inappropriate for individuals who dislike memory foam. Light-weight sleepers under 130 lbs might find it too firm. The body-hugging sensation that the mattress provides might be uncomfortable for some users. Shop Nectar Best Natural Mattress for Sleep Apnea: Avocado One of the best natural mattresses available in the market, Avocado mattress features an eco-friendly construction with 100% organic certified latex, organic cotton, and wool. The Avocado is a blend of the traditional innerspring with elevated comfort feature foam that assures a chemical-free, all-natural night’s sleep. The bed comes with environmental certifications like OEKO-TEX and GREENGUARD which ensures safety from hazardous substances. Pros: The firmness paired with the thickness of this mattress makes it a perfect choice for sleepers with heavier body frames. Committed to handcrafted construction and all-natural material, the bed comes straight out of the collection with no noticeable off-gassing. People who prefer a responsive and durable latex mattress should go for this product. Those who tend to sleep hot should opt for the Avocado. Cons: Inappropriate for petite side sleepers. If you are on a tight budget you should look for other alternatives as this is made from premium and certified organic material. Best Hybrid Mattress For Sleep Apnea: Lytton If you are looking for a durable, comfortable and serene mattress then you are at the right place as Lytton Sleep Mattress makes the best mattress for sleep apnea. The heavy gauge border coils provide all-round edge support and durability. Its cooling gel technology makes the mattress as breathable as a cloud and as cool as an ocean breeze. Considering the superior and durable material used, this mattress is expected to serve for a minimum of 10 years. If you have any doubt about the quality of this mattress they offer 100 nights trial for potential buyers to try out. Pros: The quantum coil system combined with high-density serene foam makes the mattress lasts longer than other market alternatives. The deep-pocketed coil system offers optimal back, hip, and shoulder support while minimizing the motion transfer. The serene foam provides consistent comfort for greater support while reducing motion transfer significantly for a better night’s sleep. The cover is made from eco-friendly certified organic cotton which provides a soft plush feel to the user. Cons: This mattress offers limited thickness and composition options. The Lytton may be a bit heavy for some users to move. Luxury: Brentwood Home Oceano The high-quality Brentwood Home Oceano mattress is designed to provide a luxurious experience to the user at a budget-friendly rate. This hybrid mattress uses both foam and coils with layers of gel memory foam and pocketed coils to offer both pressure relief and support to the user. The material is CertiPUR-US certified which ensures that the foam on which you are sleeping has low VOC and is non-toxic. Brentwood uses natural hydrated silica sand as fire-retardant layer in its Oceano mattress. Its cover is made from natural plant-based TENCEL fibers making it thick and soft to touch. The construction provides the bed with an innerspring feel, topped with plush and soft pillow top. Pros: It has earned positive reviews from sleepers who weigh 230 lbs or less. Both coil layers promote strong airflow while the top wool layer wicks away moisture. The mattress isolates motion better than most competing products. Perfect for eco-conscious shoppers. Cons: This mattress is inappropriate for those who prefer a classic memory foam feel. Buyers looking for the cheapest mattress might find it inappropriate. Performance: Eight Sleep For most online beds it is the convenience and value that sells, but for Eight it is all about the smart features more than anything else. Although it is technically not smart, the mattress contains a 4-layer foam with great pressure relief and support and also a nice medium feel. Its unique smart cover slips over the mattress and helps the user connect to his phone. The cover tracks the sleep of the user and ensures that each side of the bed is evenly warm. Pros: Eight follows the direct to consumer model to help buyers save a significant amount. The 2” Reactive foam offers consistent heating without getting excessively hot making it appropriate for sleepers who like to sleep cool. Eight has a good amount of bounce and body conformance for great pressure relief. This mattress is appropriate for all sleeping positions with a smart cover sleep tracker. Cons: If you prefer a spring mattress you should consider something with coils. Eight provides a medium feel you should look elsewhere if you prefer an extra-soft mattress. This mattress is inappropriate for sleepers weighing over 300 lbs. Budget: Allswell The Allswell hybrid mattress constructed from premium memory foam and supportive pocketed coils makes it the best economy mattress for sleep apnea. Allswell features three variants of its mattresses – The Allswell, The Luxe, and the Supreme. A comfort layer of copper with graphite-infused gel memory foam provides firmness to the mattress while keeping it soft and comfortable. Pros: The thicker coils along the perimeter ensure strong edge support with minimal sinkage. This mattress is suitable for all body types, including heavier sleepers. People on a tight budget should definitely opt for this mattress. It sleeps relatively cool as its spring system offers more breathability and doesn’t let the sleeper sink too much. Cons: It does not provide the same pressure-relieving sensation as a traditional memory foam mattress. It might feel a bit firm for lightweight side sleepers. More about the Best Mattress for Sleep Apnea If you are dealing with sleep apnea on a nightly basis you would probably be wondering if there is a perfect mattress to ease such symptoms. Fortunately, there are and you just need to know the essential factors that play a major role in your search process. The essential factors to consider include – Construction and Build Material The construction and build material of your mattress is likely to help with your sleep apnea problem Latex Mattress: Made from the sap of rubber trees these are light and airy material. Avoid buying synthetic latex when shopping for the best mattress for sleep apnea as it contains a petroleum base and chemical compounds that can affect breathing. Memory Foam Mattress: It offers superior pressure point relief by supporting the hips and lumbar area. Make sure you buy a high-quality product when purchasing a foam mattress. Innerspring mattresses and firm beds tend to lack pressure relief making them a less suitable choice for this purpose. Hybrid Mattress: Consists of an innerspring base with memory or latex foam as comfort layers. Check whether the hybrid mattress is compatible with an adjustable base. Natural and Organic Material If you have breathing problems the last thing you would want is a mattress that increases your breathing problems. Therefore, it is recommended to opt for natural and organic materials as opposed to synthetic ones. Synthetic mattresses are known to contain volatile organic compounds that trigger conditions of asthma, allergies, and respiratory problems. If an organic product is beyond your budget opt for a mattress that is hypoallergenic. Firmness Sleepers with sleep apnea problems usually sleep on their sides, especially if they are using a CPAP machine. This would require a mattress that not only provides ample support but also enough contouring to relieve the pressure points at the shoulders and hips. Choose a mattress that would be firm enough to provide support while preventing you from sinking too deep to maintain the right alignment. Best Mattress for Sleep Apnea FAQs What Type of Mattress Is Best for Sleep Apnea? If you are on a hunt for the best mattress for sleep apnea keep the different types of mattresses in mind before making a purchase. This includes – Memory Foam: The superior pressure point relief makes it a suitable choice for sleepers with sleep apnea problems. Latex: It is available either in natural or synthetic form. The natural latex is made from the sap of rubber trees that makes it a hypoallergenic component. Synthetic latex is made from a petroleum base and other chemical compounds that may worsen the sleep apnea problem. Hybrid: This combines innerspring base or core with a latex surface or memory foam. Choose a mattress that can adjust to your bed frame. Can a Mattress Help Sleep Apnea? An elevated bed will allow air to easily pass through the airways and into the vital organs. Although adjustable beds are not a solution to sleep apnea problems they can surely lessen the symptoms and bring more peaceful sleep to the user. A latex mattress can encourage a good sleeping posture, relax muscles and help with sleep apnea and insomnia problems. Can a Bad Mattress Cause Sleep Apnea? Sleeping on the wrong mattress can escalate the problems related to sleep apnea and insomnia. For severe cases of sleep apnea, the episodes can last the entire night with the sleeper waking up every thirty seconds. Is It Better to Sleep on a Hard or Soft Mattress? Sleepers who are experiencing troublesome back pain should opt for a firm mattress for a comfortable sleep. Firm mattresses are appropriate for sleepers who sleep on their back as they provide a more stable and even surface. Also, stomach sleepers find these mattresses more appropriate. Others may opt for a softer one. Bottom Line Your hunt for the best mattress for sleep apnea comes to an end once you get to know the features that you should be considering while searching for one. Rest is just your personal preference and choice which may influence your decision of selecting one product over the others.
  7. What’s worse than making the bed? Keeping the sheets and covers in place the whole day. For those who hate making the bed, having to put the sheets and covers back in their proper place several times throughout the day can be quite a chore. Unfortunately, bedding tends to get all tangled or end up in a mess on the floor. Not only does this look unpleasant but also makes for additional work when making the bed. Even those who do not dislike making the bed can get frustrated if the sheets and blankets keep tumbling down to the floor throughout the day and during the night. Keeping the bedding in place is the key to a tidy bed. Even if the sheets and blankets do not slip off on their own, several people are in the habit of kicking off the sheets and covers during the night. When bedding comes into contact with the floor, it gets dirty and requires more frequent washing. Weighted Blanket to Prevent Slipping There are a few ways to prevent bedding from slipping off the bed without spending a fortune. One of the most popular ways to achieve this is by using weighted sheets. In recent years, weighted sheets have become known for the ability to alleviate symptoms of insomnia and anxiety and aid in more restful sleep. But heavy sheets and blankets have long been used for preventing the bedding from slipping off. To achieve this, you need a blanket or top sheet that’s heavier than the rest of the bedding. The heavy weight of the blanket or sheet helps keep the bedding from slipping off. What we now know as a weighted blanket is actually a sensory blanket filled with plastic pellets used for insomnia, anxiety, and autism. These blankets are expensive than regular blankets. But for keeping your bedding in place you do not need these sensory blankets sensory blankets. A regular blanket that is significantly heavier than the rest of the bedding can work just as well in keeping the rest of the sheets in place. Choose the Right Materials Regardless of the type of top sheet or blanket that you choose, special attention should be paid to the materials. There are a lot of people who are fond of the silky, luxurious bedding materials, such as satin and silk. In places like hotels and resorts, these silky materials are found all over, because they are supposed to lend a stylish and luxurious touch to the bedroom. People often use these materials for their regular bedroom decor. There is no doubt that silk and satin are more stylish and attractive than fabrics like cotton or wool. But unfortunately, these silky materials are also notorious for sliding off the bed. Instead, choose cotton, linen or flannel sheets, duvet covers, and quilts, avoiding any fabric that is shiny and silky to touch. When cotton, flannel, and linen are washed regularly, they keep becoming softer but not slippery. If you want to give a luxurious finish to your bed, you can choose fabrics like cashmere or chenille. These fabrics are often used to make chunky blankets that can also be used as a top sheet or a throw. These fabrics offer the softness of satin or silk while the chunky knit adds weight and keeps them in place. If you still prefer satin or silk sheets and blankets, choose a fitted flannel sheet on top. The friction that is created between the silky sheets and the flannel top sheet keeps the bedding in place. Keep It Tucked In Another easy and effortless way to keep bedding from slipping off is to tuck the edges of the sheets or blanket underneath the mattress or the box spring. Sheets or blankets that are secure are less likely to slide off or move around and also require less time and work to make the bed in the morning. Regardless of whether the sheet is heavy or light, keeping it tucked under the side of the mattress can prevent it from moving even when you toss and turn in bed. Use Bedding Straps/Suspenders Keeping bedding secure is a foolproof way to prevent sheets and blankets from sliding off. This can be done by using bedding straps or suspenders. Straps or suspenders provide bedding with an additional layer of security. Once the sheets and blankets have been tucked into place, the mattress should be lifted at the corner at the foot of the bed and clipped to the suspenders crosswise along each corner. If you clip them crosswise or diagonally, the blankets remain tucked without having to run an entire suspender along the foot of the bed. If you buy high-quality bedding straps, they are capable of attaching to more than one layer and can be used to hold together the sheets, blanket, and quilt at the same time. This not only removes unnecessary bulk at the foot of the bed but also provides a neat, hassle-free solution to keeping the bedding in place. Make the Bed The unfortunate truth is that even the best-made bed becomes messy by the end of the night. Therefore, you cannot expect your well-made bed to last forever and stop making your bed every morning. More often than not, sheets and blankets tend to slide off a bed that’s disheveled. To make your bed the right way, first spread the sheets and then tuck the edges underneath the mattress, folding the corners over and tucking them along the sides. This process should be repeated with the blankets. The heavier items should be placed on top of them to keep the layers from sliding off. Don’t forget to tuck the edges and use straps to keep the layers together. While weighted or heavy blankets do keep the bedding in place, they aren’t the only solution. Using the right fabrics, clipping the layers together, and making the bed the right way every morning are also equally effective in keeping the bedding from sliding off the bed.
  8. The new Spartan mattress from Brooklyn Bedding is a luxury performance mattress that utilizes some of the best foams, fabrics and coils to create a sleeping surface that provides maximum contouring, support and recovery. This mattress sets itself apart from the rest of the hybrid mattress pack incorporating a cover made with Nanobionic technology. As I understand it, this is similar to Celliant technology. Both are registered with the FDA and can make a claim that they turn body heat into waves of energy to promote faster recovery and better sleep. Since this technology is part of the mattress, you reap the benefits night after night without having to think about it. The Spartan is quite a bit higher than many of its hybrid competitors at $1,999 before discounts, but the quality is apparent throughout. Overview of the Spartan Mattress Here’s a quick video overview of some of the main benefits of this mattress. It has a distinct looking cover with handles along the sides. Unboxing the Spartan Mattress Your Spartan mattress will arrive in a box like the one below. It is made by Brooklyn Bedding, an Arizona mattress manufacturer. As you can see below, the mattress comes roll packed. It requires heavy machinery to roll a mattress this tight. This is the mattress out of the box but still in the packaging. You can see where the coils are towards the bottom. These will spring to life quickly. The picture below was taken just minutes after opening the mattress. It is basically ready to sleep on. The wrinkles around the edges will go away and of course you won’t see them with sheets over the mattress. There is some smell to this mattress but not too bad. Construction of the Brooklyn Bedding Spartan Mattress Below are the construction details of the mattress as listed on their website. Three levels of firmness let you decide the level of support you need. An elite performance top utilizes Nanobionic® technology, registered with the FDA, to transform your body’s heat into waves of energy—reflected back to you through the medium of fibers, helping to enhance faster recover and promote quality of sleep. A 1.5” top layer of patented CopperGel Energex™ foam provides responsive contouring with targeted pressure point relief and the highly conductive, antimicrobial properties of copper. A second 2” layer of hyper-elastic TitanFlex™ foam provides cloud-like comfort with immediate response technology that adjusts to your body each time you move. A patented phase change molecule surface infusion of TitanCool™ maintains body temperature at an ideal 88 degrees. A third 1” Swirl Visco-Elastic Memory Foam layer provides enhanced contouring and deeper compression support with added cooling. An 8” base of up to 1,189 individually encased Quantum™ Edge coils delivers ultimate pressure point relief while decreasing motion transfer. A 1” high density foam base adds durability to the mattress while reinforcing individually encased coils as they compress. Delivered in a box, allowing for easy transportation from your door to your bedroom. Proudly custom made in the U.S.A. with a 10-year warranty. Offered with a 120-night risk free trial. How Much Does the Spartan Mattress Cost? Here are the latest prices as listed on their website. Size Retail Price Twin $1,399 Twin XL $1,449 Full $1,699 Queen $1,999 King $2,399 California King $2,399 My Spartan Mattress Findings Right out of the box you will notice the distinct look of the matttress. Don’t let the dark color discourage you from purchasing. After you put a mattress protector over it, you won’t see the dark color through the sheets. Also, you will still get the benefits of the Nanobionic fabric through the mattress protector and sheets. Here you can see the handles stitched into the side if you would like to rotate the mattress. I recommend rotating every other month, especially if you sleep with a partner with that is signficiantly heavier or lighter than you. Here’s a pic of the cover. The fabric has some stretch to it so you can sink into the layers of foam. Below is my 14 lb. bowling ball on the mattress to illustrate sinkage. There is a good amount of sink with this mattress which makes it great for side sleeping. Here you can see how the foam layers start to sink with the bowling ball. This mattress will have bounce given it has a coil system but they are pocket coils so they don’t transfer motion. Also, the top layers of foam absorb most of the impact when dropping my bowling ball. In the video below you can see in more detail how each layer reacts. What surprised me was that the foam is quick to recover but still feels like a denser foam. When I laid on the mattress I had really good contouring. My Brooklyn Bedding Spartan Mattress Recommendation The Spartan mattress sets itself apart from the pack of other performance mattresses in that it is able to incorporate all the latest foam and fabric technology to create a great feel. Aside from the benefits you get from the Nanobionic technology, it just feels like a well-made mattress. If you want to get the contouring of a dense foam with less heat retention and much more responsiveness, this mattress is a great choice. You will sink into this mattress a bit and you get a nice cradling sensation that is perfect for side sleepers. While you certainly pay a perimium, this mattress should have a good lifespan and in my opinion is a solid investment.
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