12 min

066: How Your Sheets and Blankets Help You Sleep This Girl Loves Sleep

    • Kids & Family

Have you ever wondered why climbing into bed and under the covers feels so good? Regardless of whether you like to sleep with just a light sheet or prefer the heaviness of a weighted blanket, there’s something about being covered up as you try and fall sleep that most people can’t do without. There are physiological and behavioral reasons why sheets and blankets help you sleep, and essentially, all the science behind sleeping while covered with a sheet or blanket supports the importance of creating a solid sleep environment. While we may not be able to clearly say that sleeping with blankets improves your general health, they will certainly improve your sleep. And since quality sleep is strongly associated with overall health and wellness, let’s just say we should all take a minute to appreciate what our bedding does for us! Keep reading for a closer look at how science plays a role in your body’s need to be covered at night for a solid night’s rest.
In this episode Sleep Expert Alanna McGinn explains how the more you know about getting a good night’s rest, the greater chance you’ll have of getting the sleep you need. Creating an ideal sleep environment starts with auditing your bedroom, and this absolutely includes the type of sheets and blankets you’re using.
 
Keep the Conversation Going:
Join the conversations and submit your own sleep questions to Alanna on Instagram and Twitter: @GNSleepSite. She may answer them during a future This Girl Loves Sleep segment!
Website: https://goodnightsleepsite.com
Buy Our Book - This Baby Loves Sleep
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gnsleepsite
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GoodNightSleepSite/
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GoodNightSleepSite/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GNSleepSite
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This Girl Loves Sleep's theme music is "Until the End" by Ryan Andersen from the album "Happy Life - Americana Volume One," from the Free Music Archive at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan_Andersen/Happy_Life_-_Americana_Volume_One/Until_The_End

Have you ever wondered why climbing into bed and under the covers feels so good? Regardless of whether you like to sleep with just a light sheet or prefer the heaviness of a weighted blanket, there’s something about being covered up as you try and fall sleep that most people can’t do without. There are physiological and behavioral reasons why sheets and blankets help you sleep, and essentially, all the science behind sleeping while covered with a sheet or blanket supports the importance of creating a solid sleep environment. While we may not be able to clearly say that sleeping with blankets improves your general health, they will certainly improve your sleep. And since quality sleep is strongly associated with overall health and wellness, let’s just say we should all take a minute to appreciate what our bedding does for us! Keep reading for a closer look at how science plays a role in your body’s need to be covered at night for a solid night’s rest.
In this episode Sleep Expert Alanna McGinn explains how the more you know about getting a good night’s rest, the greater chance you’ll have of getting the sleep you need. Creating an ideal sleep environment starts with auditing your bedroom, and this absolutely includes the type of sheets and blankets you’re using.
 
Keep the Conversation Going:
Join the conversations and submit your own sleep questions to Alanna on Instagram and Twitter: @GNSleepSite. She may answer them during a future This Girl Loves Sleep segment!
Website: https://goodnightsleepsite.com
Buy Our Book - This Baby Loves Sleep
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gnsleepsite
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GoodNightSleepSite/
Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/GoodNightSleepSite/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/GNSleepSite
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/gnsleepsite/
This Girl Loves Sleep's theme music is "Until the End" by Ryan Andersen from the album "Happy Life - Americana Volume One," from the Free Music Archive at http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Ryan_Andersen/Happy_Life_-_Americana_Volume_One/Until_The_End

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