How to sleep better
The ideal sleeping temperature
Though the saying goes 'sleep like a baby' many babies don't sleep that well. With Dagsmejan's super soft and breathable baby sleepsuits they can keep the best temperature for sleep every night.
SLEEP BETTER WITH DAGSMEJAN BABY PAJAMAS
WHY? While there are many reasons why babies don’t sleep well, feeling too hot or too cold is one common cause. A baby's body surface is about three times bigger than an adult's, compared to the weight of the body. Babies can lose heat rapidly, as much as four times more quickly than adults. For that reason, babies can start to shiver during the night, but also easily overheat when wrapped to warmly.
HOW? Balance breathable baby pajamas feature NATTWELL™ fabrics which keeps your baby's skin temperature well balanced. Dagsmejan sleepwear is packed with millions of breathable nanocapillaries making sure that your child doesn't overheat. The results? Your baby keeps the best temperature for sleep for a better night comfort.
WHY? Babies easily overheat during the night and begin to sweat. If the sleepwear becomes wet the child then gets cold and starts to shiver. The result is a restless sleep.
HOW? A unique combination of hydrophobic and hydrophilic properties help to transport moisture away from your baby's skin quickly whilst cooling you with evaporative cooling. This helps your child enjoy a dry night comfort with Dagsmejan's baby pajamas.
WHY? We move 50 times every night and our babies sometimes even more. It's important that the baby pajamas moves with the child and doesn't get tangled creating discomfort
HOW? Designed for sleep Dagsmejan's super soft baby sleepsuits move with your child as they sleep. With easy changing a dirty nappy at night can be easily fixed.
WHY? As we sleep, blood flow to our skin increases as our cells regenerate and our skin becomes more sensitive to touch.
HOW? With super-fine natural fibres Dagsmejan baby sleepsuits are 2x softer than cotton. With no tags and flat ergonomic seams there is nothing rubbing your baby the wrong way at night.