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How Can Your Choice Of Laundry Detergent Affect Your Sleep Quality?

Privacy Pop Bed Tent How Can Your Choice Of Laundry Detergent Affect Your Sleep Quality?

How Can Your Choice Of Laundry Detergent Improve Your Sleep Quality?

By: Alicia Rennoll

If you want to wake up feeling relaxed and rejuvenated, try to focus on sleep quality as much as you do on quantity. Privacy Pop Bed Tents are a magnificent way to boost sleep quality, since they provide something that is absolutely crucial: darkness! Light, noise and other distractions can result in frequent waking, which is not something you wish to encounter every night. However, you should also take another factor into the equation: your choice of laundry detergent and softener. The latter can affect the way you sleep, so ensure you invest in non-irritating laundry and cleaning products, so as to feel vital and alive every morning.

 

How Can The Right Detergent Improve Your Rest?

Your chosen detergent should have a pleasant smell, yet be gentle on the skin. According to a poll by the National Sleep Foundation, “more than three-fourths of people said they are more excited to go to bed when the sheets have a fresh scent, and roughly three-quarters of people say they get a more comfortable night's sleep, too.” Before buying the first nice smelling detergent bottle, remember that some products contain chemical fragrances that are inhaled during sleep. These can cause discomfort for those with allergies and/or skin irritations, especially if you already have a condition like eczema or psoriasis. An alternative option would be using natural, unscented laundry detergent and then adding a few drops of your favorite therapeutic grade essential oil (such as lavender) to your sheets and pillowcases once they're cleaned!

 

Cleaning Your Privacy Pop Bed Tent

Dirt that builds up on your bed tent can also interfere with breathing or exacerbate asthma, so keep it clean as well. Bed tents don’t need cleaning as often as your sheets, but around once a month (or when you feel like it needs a clean), just vacuum the interior and run a lint brush along the outside. You can also run a organic cleaning wipe over the fabric and you’re good to go. Depending on how often you use your bed tent (or how dusty the area you live in is), you may need to clean more often. Reduce dust build-up on your sheets and your bed tent by using a HEPA filter. This will trap potential allergens like dust mites and dander, thus making it easier to maintain cleanliness in your room. 

 

What Ingredients Should You Embrace?

Phthalates (found in many artificially fragranced cleaning products a), Triclosan (found in many antibacterial products) and QUATS (found in fabric softener) are common ingredients contained in cleaning products. Some of these can irritate the skin and have other health effects, so watch out for them and opt for natural products whenever you can. Some of the many wonderful ingredients that can do a great job at cleaning include natural soap, vinegar, lemon and even baking soda. There are many different combinations you can make, so do your research and come up with a full list of effective, natural, yet fragrant cleansers your family will love!