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Eighteen good (and nine questionable) uses for old pillows and bedding.
Machine-washing and drying may not remove all fungi and bacteria. As soon as those sheets meet a source of heat, like our sleeping body, odors may emerge…
There’s nothing wrong with wearing light compression socks to bed. However, (unless they are worn for a medical reason) any benefit will be minimal.
One of the keys to falling asleep faster is to create a bedtime routine. Brush your teeth, turn down your bed and listen to your favorite audiobook “bedtime story”.
Use machine-washable bedding that includes a “waterproof” layer made of breathable polyurethane (PU). Keep extras on hand to switch out when the first set becomes soiled.
The best color of light to get to sleep is the one with absolutely no blue light. Sleep in colors on the other end of the spectrum, such as yellow, amber, and even red.