Snuggle Up With Your Sweetie Under the Twovet

Posted on March 26, 2014 by Tim Doyle | 0 Comments

For the hard-working couple that puts in a full day at the office, it's always nice to come home and bundle up under the covers for the evening. How easily you relax and unwind is perhaps more important than how you work. Yet, too often, couples overlook this critical aspect of their health and well being. It's important to understand that comfort isn't just important, it's a must. If you are not comfortable in your own bed, it makes it very difficult to get a good night's sleep. The last thing you want is to wake up in the middle of the night because you are too hot or too cold. Using the wrong kind of comforter can often be at the heart of the problem for many couples.

The Twovet Helps Couples Relax

Imagine coming home and crawling under your elegantly constructed Twovet. Designed with couples in mind, there is a thicker side for the partner that has a tendency to need to stay warmer under the covers. Additionally, there is a thinner side for the partner who has a tendency to get too warm when all bundled up. This kind of temperature control can dramatically effect not only how easily you fall asleep, but it can also make the difference between staying asleep versus tossing and turning all night. Think of how nice it would be to actually be able to sleep without temperature changes making you uncomfortable.

Durable Construction

If you are trying to avoid the cheaply constructed, mass-produced comforters out there, then the Twovet is going to deliver on that front, as well. Instead of being just another quickly machine-constructed piece of bedding, the Twovet is hand crafted, with attention to precision and detail. Plus, the Twovet brand is manufactured right here in the United States, as opposed to being imported from outside the country, thus, helping to ensure that the product you are getting is both durable and of superb quality. It is one addition to your bedroom that should last for years to come.

Suitable For Those with Allergies and Respiratory Issues

How often have you bought a piece of bedding that makes you itch and sneeze? This can turn any relaxing evening into a complete nightmare for those who suffer with allergies and respiratory issues. The Twovet comforter is designed to not cause these types of irritations. Constructed from eco-friendly materials, the Twovet is both hypoallergenic and chemical free because your comforter should be designed with your health in mind, not to cause health problems.

Pleasing Look and Feel

Any piece of bedding you purchase should look aesthetically pleasing to the eye and feel nice and soft to the touch. The Twovet is both soft and elegant and will look great in your bedroom. The pure white Cotton Cambric exterior goes well with numerous bedroom themes, helping to ensure that your Twovet will add many nights of pleasurable comfort for both you and your partner, which you won't know how you lived without. Also, the Twovet makes the perfect gift for anybody who enjoys high-quality bedding that enhances the look and feel of bedroom decor.

When was the last time you treated you and your significant other to a comforter that improves how you relax in the bedroom?

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10 Tips to Avoid Hot Flashes at Night

Posted on February 19, 2013 by Tim Doyle | 0 Comments

Hot flashes are an instant way to ruin a good night's sleep. These 10 tips to avoid hot flashes at night will ensure you are well rested to face the challenges of the coming day.

1. Cool Bedroom

A bedroom needs to be at the "right" temperature of between 60 and 68 degrees to ensure quality sleep. Keep your bedroom cool. Draw the shades during the day to prevent sunlight from permeating the room with natural heat. Sleep with a chilled gel pack and use a fan or air conditioning when necessary.

Cool Bedroom
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2. No Restrictive Clothing

As you consider your sleeping apparel, consider lightweight pajamas. You might also consider sleeping without any clothes at all if you really wish to lower your temperature throughout the night.

No Restrictive Clothing
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3. Extracurriculars

Any extracurricular activity should be performed during the day. The earlier in the day the better. Try to avoid any strenuous activity at least two hours before you plan to go to bed. This includes sexy time with your partner.

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4. Relax

Stress will raise your blood pressure and increase your anxiety levels. These adverse reactions to stress will also contribute to hot flashes. You should consider meditation before you go to bed to ensure you are in a complete state of relaxation prior to entering your sleep cycle.

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5. Think Holistically

You should try any number of herbal remedies suggested by holistic physicians. You might also consider trying alternative medicine such as acupuncture as a way to prevent hot flashes at night.

Think Holistically
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6. Hormone Replacement Therapy

If holistic remedies do not work, speak with your physician about hormone replacement therapy. This process has proven to work in a number of women; however, it does not always work successfully for everyone. You may also have a challenging adjustment period.

Hormone Replacement Therapy

7. No Spice

Some people find that their body temperature rises after eating spicy foods. This is not the case for everyone; however, it may contribute to your hot flashes if you feel you experience this phenomenon, so avoid the spice.

No Spice

8. Caffeine

Stimulants such as coffee often trigger chemical reactions in the body. Caffeine will not only keep you awake, but it may also cause hot flashes as the body attempts to stabilize to normal levels once the stimulant begins to subside.

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9. No Alcohol

Your body needs time to process the alcohol. You should avoid drinking at least six hours before you plan to go to bed to ensure the chemicals in such beverages do not interrupt your sleep nor contribute to hot flashes.

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10. Hydrate

Keep water next to the bed. If you feel your body temperature rising, take a drink of water. This simple tip is often the savior remedy for many women throughout the night.

Hot flashes often interrupt quality sleep resulting in a number of negative side effects. Make sure you do everything possible to be your best each day by following these helpful tips to prevent hot flashes.

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Ideal Bedroom Sleeping Temperature

Posted on September 15, 2012 by Tim Doyle | 0 Comments

By now, you are used to the old suggestions for a better night sleep; get plenty of exercise, avoid caffeine, drink a warm glass of milk before bed, etc. However, not many people consider the ideal sleeping temperature of the bedroom. And, if it is considered, it is usually too cold or too hot. To make matters worse, couples may have different opinions of what the "right" temperature is. If nothing else, hopefully this article can serve the purpose of a "I told you so"...

According to studies, the ideal sleeping temperature is between 60 and 68 degrees Fahrenheit. The possibility of a restlessness night sleep, increases as you deviate from this range. This cooler temperature decreases our body temperature, which promotes sleepiness. Many researchers suggest that temperature control is an important factor in chronic insomniacs. 

For those of us who do not suffer with insomnia, cooler room temperatures increase the temperature of our extremities. Many people refer to this ideal sleeping temperature as thermally neutral. This means that our bodies do not need to create heat. LIkewise, we do not need to expel energy to maintain our core temperatures. 

If you and your significant other cannot agree on the "right" temperature of the bedroom, there are ways to cure this:

1. Sleep in separate bedrooms
2. Use separate duvets
3. Buy a couples comforter 
4. Wear more/less clothes to bed
5. Steal the comforter from your partner

As you know, sleeping in different bedrooms is not ideal. Hopefully, you and your significant other have roughly the same core temperatures and can agree on what to set the thermostat at...

Do you and your partner argue about the right temperature of the bedroom?

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