T. B. D. GmbH
- Spittelbronner Weg 59/1
- (Industrial area east)
- 78056 VS-Schwenningen
Clearing cold in winter or blazing heat in summer lead to many people to significant disturbances of their sleep. In winter, we bury ourselves under thick blankets, shivering warmly to be able to fall asleep at night, and wake up more often because the blanket has slipped by natural movements in our sleep and is getting cold again. We often feel tired and tired in the morning despite having enough sleep. The dark season with little daylight contributes to the rest. Getting up is often difficult.
However, it gets even more difficult in the summer, when the heat is literally in the rooms. Sleeping without a blanket - we're missing something. Sleeping with blanket - it will quickly get too warm. We sleep restlessly, tossing and waking in the morning sweaty and anything but rested. Getting up is often difficult. Almost all of us know these nights from our own experience and realized how important a restful night's sleep is for us humans. Without good sleep, our daily shape and mood will sink massively downwards.
Sleep experts recommend a room temperature in the bedroom of about 17 degrees. This means that you should adjust your heating in the bedroom accordingly in winter. Provide enough fresh air if you ventilate vigorously for about 10 minutes before going to bed. A good blanket with high heat retention - which is still fluffy on you - protects you from chilling during sleep. In the morning, it is best to completely cover the bed and ventilate well. Then spread the blanket over the entire surface of the mattress.
In summer you should ventilate generously only in the early morning and late evening hours and keep the windows closed for the rest of the day. This way, as little hot air as possible gets into your bedroom. If this is on the south side of the building or your bedroom is under the roof, you can also provide the windows with a heat and light reflecting sunshade. Otherwise, the massive sunlight quickly leads to unbearable heat. As a blanket a light, breathable blanket is sufficient, on very warm nights only the pure duvet cover. Caution is advised when using fans. They seem to provide a refreshing cool breeze by the turbulence of the air, but involve the risk of drafts and should therefore be used only temporarily.
Under the water core and the protective film of each water bed is a heater that heats the water and keeps the temperature constant. In general, a temperature of 28 degrees is perceived by most people as pleasant. This temperature corresponds to our skin surface temperature. While we humans all inside have a normal temperature of about 37 degrees, the temperature on our skin surface drops to about 28 degrees. Is our environment cooler, we freeze; if she is warmer, we sweat. The waterbed, on the other hand, always receives the perfect climate regardless of the seasonal temperature fluctuations. The individual adjustment of the temperature up or down provides the icing on the cake of possible comfort. In icy winters you snooze comfortably at a constant 29, 30 or more degrees; on a sultry summer night, slide into refreshing sleep at refreshing 27 or 26 degrees. Below 26 degrees the heating should not be adjusted because of possible hypothermia of the body. The constant heat of a waterbed also ensures that moisture released during the night is released quickly back into the room air. In combination with a light and breathable blanket, you can always enjoy a perfect sleeping climate in a waterbed - even in the bitter cold of winter or blazing heat in summer.
The individually adjustable temperature of a waterbed is only a plus point for this sleep system. The unique hygiene - which inspires especially allergy sufferers - another.
While sweat and dandruff penetrate into mattresses and offer the best food and living conditions for mites and Co., they do not stand a chance in a waterbed. The impermeable water core reliably prevents penetration. The deposits on the surface of the core can be easily and effectively removed with a damp cloth. The textile overlay above the core can just as easily be washed in the washing machine as blankets, pillowcases and bed linen. Pure hygiene. The plus points of hygiene and climate of a waterbed are joined by lying comfort. A waterbed reacts according to the principle of displacement. It immediately gives in to pressure and simultaneously supports cavities - whether shoulder, waist, pelvis or knees: In a waterbed you are fully supported from head to toe. This ergonomically correct lying behavior is also appreciated by people with back problems. The spine is relieved, muscles and joints relax, regeneration happens.