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The 7 Best Duvets for Hot Sleepers UK

TSA reviewer Connie Hack

Written By Connie

CPD Sleep Consultant

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1 May 2024 14 min read

It is impossible to fall asleep when you are hot. Many people only get hot during the summer, but hot sleepers face this problem all year round. That is why it is necessary for the duvet to be appropriate.

In most parts of the United Kingdom nights are not very hot even during the summer months, and especially not during the rest of the year. But, it doesn't matter if they live in a hot or mild climate, because it's always hot for them when they go to bed.

That is why it is necessary for them to choose one of the best duvets that won't get them too hot because if they do not have a cooling duvet, it is certain that they are going to have problems with night sweats. Natural materials are considered the best choice for sleepers who suffer from night sweats, so you should always consider a natural material for the best duvet!

Now, we will break down important features you should consider when choosing the best duvets for hot sleepers UK has to offer!

Our top picks for the best duvets for hot sleepers

We have selected the best duvets for hot sleepers, after searching the UK market and examining each individual product. All products have met the standards of quality, workmanship and everything else, so it is certain that you will be satisfied with your purchase and choice will depend on your personal preferences.
    Duvets 1
    A product image of the Aeyla Air duvet with the TSA badge for best duvet for hot sleepers.
    Aeyla Air Duvet
    Best Overall
    Duvets 2
    Simba Hybrid 3-in-1 Duvet
    Best All-Season
    Duvets 3
    Emma Cloud Duvet
    Best Value
    Duvets 4
    Product image of Panda cloud duvet
    Panda Cloud Duvet
    Best Hypoallergenic
    Duvets 5
    Product image of Silentnight Cooler Summer Duvet
    Silentnight So Cool Summer Duvet
    Best Budget
    Duvets 6
    Brook+Wilde The Everdene Cooling Duvet
    Best Luxury

Best Overall: Aeyla Air Duvet

For our number one pick, we decided to go with the Aeyla Air Duvet, as it utilises natural fibres to their maximum capabilities!
Best Overall
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The Air Duvet stands out with its cloud-like comfort. This is because the duvet filling is made up of eucalyptus silk. And yes, it's as luxurious and soft as it sounds like.

And beyond just being soft and light, eucalyptus silk also helps hot sleepers stay comfortable, with a high level of breathability and temperature control. And if you also get Aeyla's eucalyptus covers, you shouldn't have to worry about night sweats ever again!

So, that's why we've given the Air Duvet for away for the best duvet for hot sleepers.

Eucalyptus silk is also surprisingly durable, meaning that your duvet is going to stick around for a while. And that's a must-have feature in this case, as the duvet isn't exactly budget-friendly.

Lastly, no harmful chemicals have been used to make this duvet, making it 100% eco-friendly as well. And Aeyla even takes part is some green initiatives to give back to mother nature, which is a nice little extra perk.

Read our Aeyla Air Duvet in-depth review.

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  • Material: Eucalyptus silk
  • TOG: 4.5 or 10.5
  • Care: Machine washable
  • Warranty: N/A
  • Trial: 30 days


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Eucalyptus feels cool to the touch.
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Eucalyptus is a lot more sustainable than cotton or similar materials.
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While it doesn't have a warranty, this duvet should stick around for a good few years.


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A bit pricey
More expensive than most duvets on the market.
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It was disappointing to learn that the duvet cover is sold separately.

Best All-Season: Simba Hybrid 3-in-1 Duvet

If you want to stay cool year round, this is the duvet for you!
Best All-Season

When you're a hot sleeper, having just one duvet can be a bit tricky. After all, even a 10.5 TOG duvet might feel just a bit too warm during hotter months. However, with the Simba Hybrid 3-in-1 Duvet, you can rest assured you'll never overheat again!

The Simba Hybrid 3-in-1 Duvet is comprised of two duvet inserts that you can use separately or clip together into one warmer duvet. However, even when used together, the TOG rating is only a 10.5.

And when used separately, you get a wonderfully cool 3.5 TOG summer duvet or a slightly warmer 7 TOG spring duvet. And beyond just having a low TOG rating, both of these inserts were made with cooling in mind.

With Simba's Renew fibres making up the filling, and high quality, breathable cotton with Stratos technology in the casing, it's clear that this hybrid duvet won't ever hold on to bodyheat!

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  • Material: Simba Renew, cotton
  • TOG: 3.5+7
  • Care: Machine washable
  • Warranty: 30 nights
  • Trial: 1 year


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The Stratos finish draws away excess bodyheat.
You basically get 3 duvets with different TOG ratings.
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High quality cotton
Cotton is both highly breathable and soft to the touch.


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This is a premium duvet, so, it's not very budget-friendly.

Best Value: Emma Cloud Duvet

If you want a duvet that can keep you cool but don't want to spend a fortune on it, the Emma Cloud Duvet should be on your radar.
Best Value

The Emma Cloud Duvet is a pretty straightdorward duvet that has a lot to offer. It's a completely synthetic duvet with a microfibre filling and a polyester outter casing.

This means that the duvet is completely hypoallergenic and that it can be entirely machine washed. Both of these are great perks if you have allergies and/or sensitive skin.

On top of that, the microfibre filling sets out to simulate the feeling of down and we thing it did a splendid job. And there are few things better than getting the feeling of down without having to pay for down.

Lastly, the duvet is of course an excellent choice for hot sleepers as it has a very low TOG rating and a suprisingly breathable construction.

If you want to learn more, we suggest you read our full review of the Emma Cloud Duvet.

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  • Material: Microfibre, polyester
  • TOG: 6.7
  • Care: Machine washable
  • Warranty: N/A
  • Trial: 14 nights


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Although it's synthetic, the filling is quite breathable.
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Completely hypoallergenic
This duvet shouldn't trigger any allergic reactions.
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Completely machine washable
The entire duvet can be machine washed.


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Non-removable cover
You can't remove the cover and wash it separately.
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Not for winter
No matter how hot you sleep, 6.7 TOG is not warm enough for winter.

Best Hypoallergenic: Panda Cloud Duvet

The Panda Cloud Duvet is the best choice for all hot sleepers who suffer from allergies.
Best Hypoallergenic
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Panda is a company that offers premium bamboo products, and their duvet is fantastic for several reasons. In addition to being suitable for all types of sleepers throughout the year, it is also antibacterial and hypoallergenic. This should come as no surprise as bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic.

The cover is 100% bamboo and the filling is 50% bamboo and 50% microfiber. This all guarantees you the ideal balance between comfort and breathability.

All Panda products are made in accordance with eco-friendly regulations and they are cruelty-free. Therefore, Panda Cloud Duvet with a 10,5 TOG rating is one of the most environmental-friendly and high-quality products that you can find in on the market!

Check our full Panda Cloud duvet review.

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  • Material: Bamboo and nano microfibre
  • TOG: 10.5
  • Care: Machine washable
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Trial: 30 nights


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Bamboo is naturally hypoallergenic.
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A 100% eco-friendly and animal-cruelty free product.
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Bamboo cover and filling
Bamboo is breathable, anti-bacterial, and nice to the touch.


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Not for the entire year-round
Harsher winters might pose a problem.

Best Budget: Silentnight So Cool Summer Duvet

If you want a lightweight summer duvet that's barely going to put a dent in your bank account, the Silentnight So Cool Summer Duvet is perfect for you!
Best Budget
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In terms of price, the Silentnight So Cool Summer Duvet comes in at a fraction of the other duvets we've featured on this list. After all, even the King size won't cost you more than 30 pounds.

But if you live somewhere where it's really hot, are part furnace, or have the heating on at all times, this duvet is all you'll ever need.

With a 4.5 TOG rating, this duvet is incredibly light and breathable. It also uses a microfibre casing to wick away moisture and keep you nice and dry.

And the DuPont fibre filling is quite comfortable without being crinkly. So, even if you toss and turn in your sleep, this duvet shouldn't pose any issues.

Lastly, even though this summer duvet is cheap, you still get a 5-year warranty, which is something not even high-end duvets tend to offer.

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  • Material: DuPont fibres, microfibre
  • TOG: 4.5
  • Care: Machine washable
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Trial: N/A


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The duvet barely weights anything.
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Cheap price for a high quality product.
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You get a 5-year warranty, which is extremely rare at this price point.


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Only for higher temperatures
Shouldn't be used outside of the hotter months.

Best Luxury: Brook+Wilde The Everdene Cooling Duvet

If you want a truly luxurious, cool sleeping experience, and don't mind paying a bit extra, the Brook+Wilde The Everdene Cooling Duvet is for you!
Best Luxury

The Brook+Wilde The Everdene Cooling Duvet basically pulls out all the stops. While it's not uncommon for a cooling duvet to have a cotton cover, Brook+Wilde take it to the next level. That is to say that they use Egyptian long staple cotton, which is among the best you can find.

And in case that didn't feel nice enough, it also features an aloe vera finish, making the entire duvet feel cool to the touch.

The polyester filling is crafted to be thermoregulating and light, ensuring that the duvet doesn't trap any of your bodyheat. And with a 7.5 TOG rating, this duvet should be more than cosy throughout most of the year – except winter.

So, if you want to get into bed and feel like royalty, with a soft and cool duvet to snuggle up with, the Brook+Wilde The Everdene Cooling Duvet is definitely worth a look!

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  • Material: Polyester, Egyptian cotton
  • TOG: 7.5
  • Care: Machine washable
  • Warranty: N/A
  • Trial: N/A


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The aloe vera finish leads to a cooling sensation.
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High quality cotton
Egyptian cotton is among the best bedding materials.
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Light and fluffy
The duvet is quite light and comfortable to sleep under.


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This is a luxury item and is priced as such.

What to consider when buying the best duvets for hot sleepers UK?

It’s not enough to just find a duvet that the manufacturer advertises as one intended for hot sleepers. Apart from the fact that ads aren't sometimes true, you also need to check for yourself if that product is the right one for you in terms of comfort. You cannot buy a duvet that is cooling but not comfortable. It has to be comfortable but also contain an appropriate material that won't cause sweating.

This primarily refers to the filling material. However, temperature regulation and also the weight of the duvet itself can be one of the key factors. Let's take a closer look and understand these features.

The duvet filling

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What all people should keep in mind when buying a cooling comforter is that the fill material has the biggest impact on whether a duvet is right for them or not. Natural materials absolutely bring victory over synthetic ones. As you know, if you have a memory foam pillow or mattress, heat retention is one of the biggest problems you will encounter.

That's why you need a duvet that is filled with one of the natural materials like feathers, cotton, wool, and down (which is probably the best option).

Duck down has proven to be a better option than goose down for people who suffer from night sweats. In case you are allergic or want a cruelty-free product, you can opt for a down alternative. It is the only synthetic material we recommend to sleepers who need naturally-cooling materials. We recommend checking the comparison between microfiber and down duvets.

However, that's just a general overview. Let's quickly go over the most common duvet filling materials and quickly discuss whether they're ideal for you.


Is a microfibre duvet the best duvet for hot sleepers? Well, it's a bit complicated. On the one hand, we can't say that microfibre is the most breathable filling on the planet. In fact, as a synthetic filling, it's usually better suited for winter duvets. After all, it tends to trap your body temperature.

However, you'll notice that quite a few of our picks for the best duvets for hot sleepers have a microfibre filling. This is for two reasons. Number one, because a good cover and some crafty engineering can overcome this issue. For example, a hollowdibre duvet with a cotton cover won't be nearly as warm. Secondly, it's typically the best duvet filling in terms of value.


Wool on the other hand is like the opposite from microfibre. And that's because some of the best duvets use wool. Its ability to regulate your body temperature is very high, meaning that even a 10.5 tog duvet can feel very cool and comfortable. However, it works in the other direction as well, as a 13.5 tog wool duvet is probably going to be an amazing winter duvet!

However, wool isn't cheap and you'll have to pay a larger sum to get the best duvets in this category. Plus, the smell of wool is off-putting to some and wool itself can cause allergic reactions in others.

Feather and down

If getting a good night's sleep means jumping under the fluffiest duvet on the planet, feather and down duvets are the obvious choice. They make up the lightest duvets on the market and typically do quite well when it comes to temperature regulation.

With that being said, there's a limit to how much a down duvet can regulate your temperature. So, don't go buying a 13.5 tog duvet and expecting it too keep you cool. It's also worth mentioning that a goose down duvet isn't going to be very cheap, especially if you opt for a Super King size.

Breathable materials

Natural materials are the best choice because they are highly breathable. That way the airflow is unobstructed and there is no heat retention and that is why they are such a good option for people who have problems with night sweats. And, more often than not, breathability is the main difference between a winter duvet and a summer duvet.

Breathability has other advantages too, so it is the most important feature. Alongside the different types of down and down alternatives which we have already talked about as the best options for fill material, silk, cotton, and even wool are also a great choice. In fact, a silk or wool duvet can probably keep you cool year round!

Cotton is a cheap and very pleasant material and that is why you will not go wrong if you buy a cotton duvet. Silk is a dream come true for hot sleepers because it is a light and also resists heat retention. However, keep in mind that it is an expensive material. Wool, at first glance, seems like something that is perfect for a winter duvet, but wool has natural temperature management properties.

Cooling properties & temperature regulation

Natural temperature management properties are something all natural materials have, but wool especially because it warms you when needed, but can also wick-moisture, which is very important for all sleepers. That is why wool is still a highly valued and expensive material, even though there are so many synthetic ones on the market, which are cheaper. It also explains why you can find a winter wool duvet and a summer cooling wool duvet in the same aisle!

Down, cotton and silk have cooling properties, and also a down alternative which is actually microfiber made to simulate down properties. That is why such materials are the right choice for this type of sleepers, otherwise the duvet would only aggravate the inconveniences that some people experience anyway. And if you're getting a summer, low-TOG duvet, it will likely have one of these cooling materials as a filling.


The weight also significantly affects the warmth of the best duvet. Many like heavier duvets and weighted blankets because of the hugging feel they give you. But it’s not the perfect option for people who like to stay cool during their sleep. The heavier the duvet, the more heat it retains and therefore it is better for those who are cold when they sleep.

There are also cooling weighted blankets, but even that is probably not enough. Lighter duvets do not cling as much to your body as the heavier ones and therefore the airflow between you and the duvet will be better. As a result, the heat won't retain and you won't get hot.

It's also important to keep the size of the duvet in mind. Depending on whether it's a Single, Double, King, Super King or custom duvet, 5 pounds could be extremely heavy or extremely light! So, take it into account when picking out your best summer duvet.


Just like with any duvet, getting the right size is pretty important. Although a duvet for hot sleepers is a bit more forgiving, as most people don't want to be completely covered by the duvet anyway.

Nevertheless, it never hurts to get the right size! Luckily, duvet sizes use the same measurements as mattress sizes. So, if you have a Single, Double, King, Super King or custom mattress, you best get a Single, Double, King, Super King or custom duvet!

If you share the duvet with your partner, the size is also rather important. Typically, it's better to go over than under, as no one likes fighting for the duvet in the middle of the night. And if you're getting a duvet for hot sleepers, we're also going to assume you don't want to be one inch from your partner all night due to the added heat. So, you could even look into getting two separate smaller summer duvets to ensure you can both get a good night's sleep.

The covers

If you want the best duvet for hot sleepers, you can't just stop at the duvet insert. So far, we've given a lot of attention to the duvet filling and how it handles temperature regulation. However, the duvet covers also have to do their job properly! After all, they're the ones on the front line, in direct contact with your skin.

This is especially important if you opt for a 10.5 tog duvet, as it will need some help keeping you cool during the summer months. So, what are the best summer duvet covers? Just like with the filling, you want to make sure that breathability is as high as possible.

So, high thread count cotton covers are a very safe bet. Silk duvet covers are also more than welcome as they tend to be quite cool to the touch. However, silk covers can also be a bit more expensive. So, we'd only recommend them if your duvet needs all the help it can get, like with microfibre duvets or some other synthetics.

What is the ideal duvet TOG rating for hot sleepers?

TOG is an estimate of the level of heat retention of a duvet or an estimate of thermal resistance. This means that a higher TOG implies a warmer duvet. On the other hand, people will be more interested in a lower tog rating or 2.5 tog or 4.5 tog duvet during the summer months.

An illustration of duvet TOG ratings

So, when we recommend a low-tog duvet, this is what we mean. The lower the tog rating, the better the duvet will be at keeping you cool during the hotter months. Also, as you can see in our infographics, 10.5 Tog is right in the middle. This is why a 10.5 tog duvet is typically called an all-seasons duvet, since it's neither too hot nor too cold.

Since some people always feel the heat and they need a fabric with which their skin will breathe, this rating allows for airiness. It will not overheat you and these lower-tog duvets will be gentle on your skin.

Are all-season duvets good for hot sleepers?

Since we've already mentioned all-seasons duvets, it only makes sense to give them a closer look. After all, a duvet that you can use year round, never being too hot or too cold sounds like the dream! But what are all-seasons duvets actually like?

Well, most of the time, an all-season duvet is a 10.5 tog duvet. Like we've mentioned, this is right in the middle of the TOG scale and thus isn't as cold as a 4.7 tog duvet or as warm as a 13.5 tog duvet. With that being said, this doesn't automatically mean that they are perfect for everyone.

Then there are also multi-layered all-seasons duvets. For example, the Scooms Hungarian Goose Down duvet we/ve featured. And these types of all-seasons duvets are a bit more convenient for some people. But let's take a closer look at both.

10.5 Tog duvets

So, are duvets with a 10.5 tog rating ideal for hot sleepers? Yes and no. On the one hand, all-season duvets usually come with breathable covers and a duvet filling that can regulate your temperature. That's why wool duvets are quite popular in this category, as well as things such as eucalyptus or cotton covers.

And if you live somewhere without extreme weather, a duvet with a 10.5 tog rating can likely keep you comfortable. However, when it comes to more extreme weather, it's a lot more debatable.

For example, once the cold winter nights roll around, a winter duvet with a 13.5 tog is going to be a lot better at keeping you warm. After all, it's made with the specific purpose of keeping warmth in! And the same could be said about particularly scorching summers. A duvet with a 4.7 tog is going to be a lot lighter and more breathable than a 10.5 tog all-season duvet!

So, while all-season duvets can work in more moderate climates, they're not perfect. And if you're particularly prone to the cold / heat, you might want a proper winter or summer duvet.

Multi-layered duvets

As we've vriefly mentioned, a multi-layered all-season duvet is a duvet that comes in more than one part. Typically, it's comprised of two or more duvets that all have different tog ratings and can be fixed together when needed. If the take the Scooms duvet as an example, you can see that the two duvet inserts have a 9 and 4.5 tog rating respectively.

And, we'd say that this is a lot more practical for anyone that experiences more extreme weather. If it's hot outside, just take the insert with a 4.5 tog rating and you'll remain cool. If it's a bit colder, take the 9 tog rating insert and stay comfortable. And once those winter nights roll around, combine the two tog ratings and get a proper 13.5 tog rating winter duvet!

But surely there have to be some downsides, right? Well, while not guaranteed, some issues can come up. For example, the two combined inserts are a lot more prone to develop lumps than a regular winter duvet. Plus, storing the entire thing is more complicated than with a 10.5 tog rating duvet.

Why do people sweat at night?

There are several factors that cause people to sweat during the night if we exclude the overheated environment. For example, it could be a menopause for women. This period is characterised by sweating that can occur at night. Idiopathic hyperhidrosis is a condition in which a person sweats too much without a medical cause.

Also, many infections can be associated with night sweats, as well as medications such as antidepressants. Hypoglycemia, hormone disorders, and various neurological conditions are other factors that can cause night sweats and disrupt the temperature regulating.

How to prevent night sweating?

Although sweating is basically a normal thing, because in that way the body regulates the temperature, excessive sweating is a problem that is very common, especially when sleeping in the hot weather. It also happens during sleep, without any physical activity. That is why some people are not recommended heavy blankets or warm bedrooms. Otherwise, the quality of sleep is significantly reduced, but this does not have to happen as there are several solutions to this problem:

The advantages of owning the best duvet for hot sleepers

A quality, comfortable and cooling comforter always comes with many advantages and everyone's sleeping experience will be significantly better if they buy the right duvet. But this is especially important because if they have an inappropriate duvet, they probably won't be able to fall asleep at all. Owning one of these duvets will ensure that you are not too hot during the night and that you can sleep during all seasons. Also, the best models are made of the highest quality materials, so you can be sure that they are hypoallergenic, antibacterial and have all the other great features. Also, we highly recommend buying a quality cover, if you don't get it with a duvet.

Tips for buying and using best duvets for hot sleepers

Our first tip for buying, as you might have guessed, is to choose a duvet filled with natural materials. But in addition to fill material, cover material is also important. Again, it is best to be some natural material, and cotton covers stand out as the most comfortable one.

Our second tip is about the size of the duvet. It is very important to buy a duvet of the appropriate size, otherwise you will not be comfortable sleeping, especially if it is smaller than it should be. Choose a duvet that is at least 20 cm longer than your height, and people often choose a longer one than that. And the width should be 20 cm wider compared to width of your chest. These are the ideal dimensions that you should follow. Here is the summary:


And that's all you need to know in order to pick out the best duvets for hot sleepers on the UK market! If you have any tips of your own, or perhaps a question about summer duvets, feel free to leave it in the comments and we'll get to it as quickly as possible.

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FAQs about duvets for hot sleepers

Sleeping for hot sleepers can be a big challenge, because the conditions in which they sleep must be absolutely in line with their needs. Fortunately, there are duvets with a low tog rating (like 4.5 tog rating) that are ideal for this type of sleepers. However, read the answers to some common questions to make sure which duvets are ideal for your needs.

What is the best duvet filling for hot sleepers?

It is an ideal material that provides greater air circulation and easier moisture output, and that is exactly the naturally filled duvet.

What is the best type of bedding for hot sleepers?

Experts in this case recommend natural fibres such as cotton and linen, because they are highly breathable and offer temperature regulating properties.

How often should I wash my duvet?

Duvet should be washed every few months, or at least once a year. As for duvet cover – you can wash your duvet cover once a week.

How to wash my duvet?

Remove stains from the duvet, put it in the washer machine, put tennis balls and pour detergent. Set the cycle and run the washer. Check our how to wash a duvet guide for more information.

Does thread count play a role in preventing night sweating?

Thread count can play a role in making an optimal sleep condition. Higher the thread count, heavier the duvet is – meaning you get hot under it. Try to get beddings or a duvet with lower thread count.

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