Do you suffer from night sweats? If so, you're not alone! Hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms are incredibly common, with over 75% of women experiencing them at some point during perimenopause or menopause. They can be uncomfortable and cause severe sleep disturbances that result in poor work performance, irritability, and lack of energy the next day. Luckily, plenty of great options are available to help alleviate night sweats and help keep women feeling cool and comfortable all night long!
Good Housekeeping recently included Lusomé for its innovative sleepwear. Lusomé received scores for appearance, soft touch and overall cooling; with top performance being in moisture management. Our sleep technology is designed to help women combat night sweats and keep them cool and comfortable all night long.
"We're thrilled to be included in this roundup with Good Housekeeping," says Lusomé founder Lara Smith. "Our goal has always been to create the best possible product for our customers, and this recognition confirms that we're on the right track. I have been fortunate to visit the Good Housekeeping testing facility in New York and witness the sophisticated testing machines and protocols. Lexie Sachs, the Executive Director, has extensive experience evaluating textiles and performance."Lara Smith, CEO of Lusomé
What Causes Night Sweats?
Night sweats may be related to hot flashes, which are more common in women than men. The Mayo Clinic explains that night sweats typically occur when a woman's estrogen levels drop and she has higher adrenaline levels. It's essential to try to fix them because night sweats can lead to weight gain, depression and low self-esteem. Plus, they're just plain uncomfortable! While there is no cure for night sweats, you can take steps to manage your symptoms. Lusomé offers sleepwear with fabric designed to move moisture away from the skin to keep you cool, comfortable and dry all night.
How do Night Sweats Affect My Life?
Night sweats are uncomfortable but can also significantly impact your quality of life. You don't sleep well when you have night sweats. The classic symptoms include feeling hot in bed or waking up sweating at night. Sometimes these night sweats are caused by menopause; they're shared among perimenopausal women who no longer have regular menstrual cycles. But even if you aren't going through menopause, night sweats could impact your ability to get restful sleep. It's not just that you're tossing and turning all night trying to find a cool spot on your sheets—it's that once you finally do fall asleep, you wake up tired because it takes so long to fall asleep again after getting out of bed to cool off. Because many people experience night sweats as part of menopause, Lusomé has created technical sleepwear explicitly designed to help combat these issues.
Why Wear Cooling Pajamas at Night?
Our pajamas work because they keep you cool while you sleep. When we get too warm, our bodies overcompensate by releasing more sweat. This process causes us to wake up feeling damp and uncomfortable, which leads to restless nights that leave us exhausted in the morning. By keeping your body temperature down at night, Lusomé helps prevent excessive sweating so you can enjoy deep, restful sleep all through the night. Better sleep is essential for everyone's health, but it's vital for women experiencing menopause symptoms like hot flashes. As a woman goes through menopause, her estrogen levels decrease—which means she produces less of the hormone responsible for regulating her body temperature. In turn, she becomes more sensitive to heat and often experiences sudden spikes in her core body temperature during sleep. Night sweats aren't just uncomfortable; they also have an adverse effect on our health. Recent studies have shown that inadequate sleep leads to weight gain, hormonal imbalances, mood swings, and chronic fatigue—not to mention poor memory and reduced cognitive function. Because Lusomé has been proven to help users achieve deeper sleep throughout the night, it offers one solution for addressing these problems.
What Makes Lusomé Different?
Lusomé is more than a luxury best-in-class sleepwear brand. We are known for specializing in temperature-regulating fabric technology that helps to keep you cool and dry so that you have a better, more restful sleep. This is excellent news for people who don't want to wake up in the middle of the night in a sweaty mess. Lusome's pajamas are made with
Xirotex™ which is activated by body heat, moving moisture away from skin, keeping you cool and dry all night long. All our products are designed to help combat hot flashes or night sweats while sleeping. Our company was founded on customer feedback, and we listen closely to what our customers need. With over ten years of experience working directly with customers, we know what works and what doesn't when combating hot flashes during your most vulnerable time – at night when you're trying to get some much-needed rest!
Who Should Consider Wearing Cooling PJs to Bed?
Lusomé with Xirotex™ pajamas are designed to help regulate your body temperature and move sweat away from your skin, minimizing night sweats. They're also an excellent fit for hot sleepers who want to feel covered while staying cool all night long. These pyjamas can be a lifesaver if you suffer from night sweats or hot flashes.
Our proprietary Xirotex™ fabric is the top performer in moisture management tests so you can feel dry and comfortable. Consumer testers unanimously agreed that these pajamas help keep them cool and reduce night sweats. We'll leave it up to you to judge their comfort, but the bottom line is that you can trust that Lusomés moisture control fabric will keep you cool throughout the night.
One of our favourite things about our pajamas is their softness on your skin. Whether you're looking to escape hot flashes, get a good night's sleep or slip into something comfortable, Lusomé has got you covered. Our innovative cooling sleepwear helps keep you cool all night long, while our premium fabrics give your skin a silky-soft feeling. Your skin will thank you in the morning.