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Embrace the Winter Slumber: 10 Tips for Better Sleep

Posted by Rachel Gomez on

As winter ushers in longer nights and shorter days, the season of coziness also brings along its fair share of sleep challenges. But fear not! Our blog is here to guide you with science-backed tips for achieving the rejuvenating sleep you deserve this winter.


Do you find yourself sleeping warm despite the cold weather outside? Discover cooling bed sheets, pillow protectors, and the coolest mattress protector in the market! Join us as we introduce DreamFit's top-notch cooling bed sheets, crafted with cutting-edge technologies to elevate your sleep experience and keep you comfortably snug throughout the night. Uncover 10 expert tips to ensure a deeper and cozier sleep this winter.


  1. Natural Light Helps Sleep Cycles

 Make the most of the limited daylight hours. Spend time outdoors during the day, allowing natural light to regulate your circadian rhythm. Although it gets dark earlier in the day during winter, test an earlier bedtime to see if you wake up feeling more rested.

  1. Set a Consistent Sleep Schedule

Stick to a regular bedtime and wake-up time, even on the weekends. This helps regulate your body's internal clock, making it easier to fall asleep and wake up refreshed. 

  1. Create a Clean & Comfortable Sleep Environment

Invest in cozy bed sheets, warm pajamas, and comfortable pillows. Adjust your home’s thermostat to maintain a slightly cooler room temperature for optimal sleep, even during winter. DreamFit’s cooling bed sheets, including our best seller - the Enhanced Bamboo sheet set, will help year-round hot sleepers get uninterrupted sleep. 

Also, our premium bamboo sheets are naturally antimicrobial to help eliminate viruses and bacteria from mattresses. To keep your mattress clean and germ free from the bottom up, consider adding a mattress protector to your sleep environment this winter!

  1. Limit Screen Time Before Bed

The blue light emitted by screens can interfere with your ability to fall asleep. Aim to put away electronic devices at least an hour before bedtime to let your mind relax and unwind before sleep.

  1. Sip a Soothing Sleep Tea

Herbal teas like chamomile, valerian root, and lavender can promote relaxation and help prepare your body for a restful slumber. Plus, who doesn’t love a warm beverage during the chilly nights of winter?

  1. Try Relaxation Techniques

Practice mindfulness, deep breathing, or progressive muscle relaxation to calm your mind and ease your body into a state of tranquility. This can help manage stress dreams by letting your emotions settle down for bedtime, along with your body.

  1. Regulate Your Room's Lighting

Do you have to wake up before sunrise for work or other daily responsibilities? Use blackout curtains to block out excess light in the evenings and invest in a wake-up light that simulates a natural sunrise to gently wake you in the morning. 

  1. Stay Active During the Day

Regular exercise can help you fall asleep faster and enjoy deeper sleep. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate activity most days of the week.

  1. Limit Caffeine and Alcohol

Substances like caffeine and alcohol can greatly disrupt your sleep patterns. Aim to consume them earlier in the day, and avoid them altogether in the hours leading up to bedtime. It is also best practice to resist late night snacks in bed and avoid heavy meals within a couple of hours of your bedtime.

  1. Wind Down with a Bedtime Routine

 Establish a calming pre-sleep routine that signals to your body that it's time to wind down. This could include activities like reading, taking a warm bath, or practicing gentle stretches.

The Science Behind Winter Sleep

As the days grow shorter and nights longer, our bodies respond to these changes in light exposure. The reduced daylight can lead to an increased production of melatonin, the hormone responsible for regulating sleep. This is why you might find yourself feeling sleepier earlier in the evening during the winter months.

Additionally, the colder temperatures can actually promote better sleep. A cooler room encourages the body to reach a lower core temperature, a key factor in falling asleep and staying asleep. If you need more assistance with a cooler sleep environment, the best cooling bed sheets include our Enhanced Bamboo sheet set.

To complement these tips, consider upgrading your bedding with DreamFit's premium bed sheets. Crafted with our innovative cooling technologies, StaKool™ and StaDry™, are designed to enhance your sleep with more comfort designed specifically for you, regardless of your sleeping preferences. DreamFit uses modern materials in our bedding that capture, move, and release moisture from our bodies. The breathability of our premium bed sheets allow for optimal airflow between your body and mattress, keeping you comfortably cool throughout the night.


DreamFit's patented design for corner bands on all sheet sets and mattress protectors ensures your fitted sheets stay in place, even as you move throughout the night. No more wrestling with the pockets or constantly adjusting your sheets.


Incorporating these tips into your winter routine, along with the added comfort of DreamFit's bed sheets, will help you make the most of the season of rest and rejuvenation. Embrace the winter slumber and wake up feeling refreshed, ready to take on the day!

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