Sleeping in a linen pajamas while sleeping?
On January 14, the Japan Institute of Sleep Culture published the latest findings on pajamas and published them in the Asahi Shimbun.
This research institute, which is based on the “fast pace of modern life, looking for the best sleeping culture”, was recently investigated for 200 people’s pajamas.
According to the results of this survey, Professor Tamura Shiko of the Department of Living Environment of the Women’s University of Japan pointed out that pajamas are an important factor in the quality of sleep, especially in sleeping position.
So, what are the drawbacks of linen pajamas?
Professor Tamura said: “The human autonomic nervous system includes the sympathetic nerves that keep the body active and the parasympathetic nerves that rest the body.
We let the respondents sleep in silk and linen pajamas and measure the depth of sleep.
As a result, the level of activity of the parasympathetic nerve when wearing silk is double when wearing a linen pajamas.
According to the results of the survey, Professor Hirata’s professor of environmental physiology at Kobe Women’s University in Japan put forward the suggestion that people should wear a silk that is easy to dissipate before entering sleep.
The most uncomfortable combination of pajamas is chemical fiber products.
At present, there have been popular linen garments, including pajamas, but it seems that it is still not good to wear.