Climate-regulating bed system
A climate-regulating mattress is a particularly good choice for anyone who wants a bed system with ideal ventilation. In contrast to mattresses with summer and winter sides, the layers of which are characterised by cooling or warming materials, climate-regulating mattresses comprehensively ensure an optimal bed climate.
The BICO climate mattresses, with a three-dimensional ventilation system, metal-free plastic spring technology and breathable comfort foams, create a perfect bed climate and balanced positioning of the body. The Swiss wool layer of the BICO climate mattress also regulates temperature. The BICO Clima mattress is complemented by the patented climate zone systems of the Clima duvets and pillows.
The Clima Duvets ensure an optimal, comfortable sleep temperature. The Clima Duvets also absorb the moisture from sweating and transport it away through membranes – very thin and breathable parts of the duvet – to the ambient air. This guarantees an optimal moisture balance. The degree of heat provided by the duvet is determined by the filling quantity as well as the filling material: in summer, a duvet with somewhat less filling provides for a pleasantly cool environment.
Thanks to the patented climate zone systems, the Clima pillows provide for optimal ventilation in the head area, as that is the area of the body from which we sweat the most.
Ideally, in the summer you should use covers which are light and breathable, made of linen, silk or light cotton, for example. Those who find even a “summer duvet” too warm can just use linen sheets. These have a cooling effect, are breathable and thus let you sleep well in the heat.
Night clothes are also part of an optimal bed system. In summer, opt for pyjamas made of breathable, light and cooling materials, such as linen and silk. Avoid pyjamas made of synthetic materials, as most artificial fibres tend to increase sweating. It is recommended to wear pyjamas even in warmer weather, as they absorb sweat which would otherwise end up on the bed covers and sheets. Another tip for sleeping better in the heat: before going to bed, put your pyjamas in the freezer for a short while. The cold material will help your body temperature decrease more rapidly, which will help you fall asleep more easily. The cooling effect is of limited duration, however.