Cleaning linens can be more impactful on sleep than might be expected. 68% of Americans struggle falling asleep at least one time per week. Trouble falling asleep can often be attributed to poor quality or unwashed sheets and blankets. Those who change their bedsheets more often get better sleep; as the number of days between washes increases, the number of people reporting better sleep decreases.
Sometimes simply washing sheets won’t be enough and new ones must be purchased. This creates a crossroads on different colors, materials, and qualities of sheets that can all impact sleep and how you feel as you wake up. For example, blue and green sheets help with creating a calm and soothing sleeping environment, whereas brighter colors stimulate the brain, promoting a morning wakefulness, giving an extra boost at the start of your day.
Find more about how to choose the perfect linens to fall asleep easier here: