How a Premium Latex Mattress Will Help Those Who Sleep Hot

Mattress for hot sleepers

The warmest part of the year is nearly here. Sleeping cooler is even more important this time of the year. If you have a tendency to get warm at night, the summer months can make it feel impossible to stay cool enough to sleep eight uninterrupted hours. Thankfully, there is something you can do about it. We’re talking about getting a new mattress! 

Why do I get Hot?

First, let’s understand that getting a little warm isn’t a bad thing. It’s actually very normal and a part of a healthy sleep cycle. Temperature fluctuations at night are part of your body’s circadian rhythm. These changes help to control your sleep/wake cycle. Your body’s core temperature drops in the evening to get ready for sleep which helps you to feel tired. You naturally get warmer when it’s time to wake up in the morning.

The problem arises when you begin to warm up well before it’s actually time to wake up. When you wake up sweating, it can be particularly unpleasant. This leads to interrupted sleep, a grouchy morning, and sweaty sheets that need to be washed.

Can my Mattress Help?

If you are currently sleeping on a memory foam mattress, this may be exacerbating the issue. One of the biggest complaints regarding traditional memory foam is that it makes you “sink down.” This isn’t good for people who get hot when they sleep! You see, one of the reasons many people enjoy memory foam mattresses is because they cradle the body and relieve pressure points. In order for the memory foam to do this, it has to be relatively dense. That means that memory foam has less airflow than other materials. 

The denser a memory foam mattress is, the more heat it will trap. This rise in temperature can decrease your quality of sleep and leave you feeling poorly rested when morning comes if it leads to waking up frequently and tossing and turning. That is where a new PranaSleep mattress can help. 

Our premium latex mattresses feel lighter and have less hug than a similar option made from memory foam. This means you won’t sink as far down, which is great for people who tend to get hot when they sleep. You get all of the positive benefits of memory foam, without the sweating! Our mattresses still relieve pain and pressure points in your neck and shoulder, but have a more general contour. You will get a profoundly deep sleep with the help of a natural thermostat when you choose a PranaSleep premium Talalay Latex mattress. 

PranaSleep Premium Mattress Options

For the most temperature regulation, you’ll want to look into our PranaSleep flagship collection. PranaSleep Collection mattresses provide an ultra luxurious blend of comfort and support, while also allowing you to sleep cool. This is thanks to our Outlast Smart Fabric. The unique phase changing Outlast Smart Fabric seamlessly absorbs excess body heat and releases it back as needed. This unique fabric was originally developed by NASA and is proven to help facilitate the body’s cooling process, enabling Deep Sleep. 

Our cooling mattresses also have an UltraQuilt Layer. This quilted top layer provides a breathable, cushioning layer between you and the latex that makes your mattress so supportive and comfortable. Woven with the latest space-age technology, NASA-developed Outlast microcapsules are applied to threads coupled with high-density foams to create a phase-changing material that regulates the body’s temperature. You’ll sleep great- cool and comfortable!

It's normal to experience variations in your body temperature while you sleep, and sometimes this can lead to sweating. It’s incredibly disruptive to your health if this happens too often, though. What’s the solution? For many, the answer is to sleep on a well-made mattress specifically designed to keep you cool. Are you ready to say goodbye to the summer heat ruining your night? Even one sleepless night isn’t something to ignore! Shop for your new mattress and you’ll be sleeping better before the high heat of the summer. 


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