As your body changes with menopause, so too must your nighttime wardrobe. If you're tired of waking up in a damp bed because of hot flashes or night sweats, you're likely in need of some cooling pjs. The best menopause pajamas for women have fabrics that will wick away sweat and moisture from the body as you sleep, so you can snooze without interruption until morning.
What are the best pajamas for menopause?
Lucky for you, there are lots of options out there that will keep you cool throughout your slumber without sacrificing stylishness or comfort. The first — and most important — thing you need to look for when shopping for cooling pajamas is the material. Linen, cotton, and wool are optimal choices for those with overheating issues, as they're more breathable than other synthetic fabrics.
Linen is the lightest of the three, so it will feel breezy in bed. Pjs made with 100 percent cotton work to soak up moisture and feel airy and soft. Light wools, meanwhile, such as merino wool, will absorb sweat during the night, thus cooling your body.
That's not to say synthetic fabrics can't be worn. Many cooling pjs are made with a combination of natural and synthetic fibers that are specifically designed to draw moisture away from the body and into the fabric so it can evaporate. Viscose, which is derived from bamboo, is a popular material choice, for instance, because it's soft, breathable, and absorbent.
As for whether you prefer a long-sleeved nightgown or a pajama set, that's up to you. But now that you know which fabrics to look for, you can shop with confidence knowing you're about to have the coolest sleep of your life. Keep scrolling to see Woman's World's picks for the best menopause pajamas so you can stay cool all night long.
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