“Did you sleep well last night?” has become one of the major factors that bother our health. But at the same time, we often lack effective means and methods for how to improve the quality of sleep.
According to the World Health Organization’s survey of 25,916 patients attending primary care in 15 regions of 14 countries, it was found that 27% of people had sleep problems, and such a figure has always been above 30% in China. The impact of this is that more than half of the people will be less energetic and doze off during the day, 27.7% of the people are in poor mood, and 38.9% of the people have limited activities during the day. According to research, the best sleep time for people is: 10 hours for children and 7 hours for adults. If you sleep for eight hours a day, one third of a person’s life is spent in sleep. The quality of sleep is closely related to people’s mental and physical health. Is your sleeping environment good? Is your bedding comfortable? Did you choose the right quilt?
Quilt is a must-have item for everyone to sleep, and the quality of people’s sleep is directly related to the quilt. The quality of sleep is not high. To a large extent, it is not because of the sleeping environment. The key lies in the quality of the quilt. Therefore, a good quilt on a bed not only requires a beautiful appearance, but also requires that the quilt can bring a good micro-environment suitable for sleep to the body. Whether you are a quilt wholesaler or buy a quilt for your own use, you must understand the characteristics of different types of quilts. Let’s see which quilt suits you!
Duvet — the lightest quilt. The main fillers of duvets are goose down and duck down; advantages: good warmth retention, good moisture absorption and perspiration, relatively dry. Suitable for the crowd: Because duvets are also light, soft and soft, their weight is much lighter than quilts, etc., and will not cause pressure on the human body when used, so it is suitable for people suffering from high blood pressure, heart disease, and poor blood circulation. And the elderly, pregnant women, children, etc.
Silk quilt — the most “green” quilt. Because silkworms cannot touch chemicals such as pesticides during their growth, silk quilts should be “green” environmentally friendly quilts. Advantages: The main component of silk is animal protein fiber, which contains more than ten kinds of amino acids, which is beneficial to the human body.
Wool (cashmere) quilt — the most personal quilt. Wool fiber has good crimp characteristics, so the insulation of wool is unquestionable. And wool has good drape, so it fits well. Advantages: close-fitting and comfortable.
Fiber quilt — the cheapest quilt. Among all quilts, fiber quilts should be considered the most affordable; fiber quilts can be divided into four-hole, seven-hole, and nine-hole quilts. The more fiber holes, the better the warmth, elasticity, and air permeability. However, you should pay attention when purchasing: it is not necessary to choose a fiber quilt with more holes. If the indoor temperature is higher in winter, you can choose a four-hole quilt; if you have higher requirements for warmth, choose a fiber quilt with more holes. Fiber was. Advantages: cheap price.