Female-friendly products, such as bras, panties and bathrobes, have been trending in the past few years, but many consumers have been asking for a night’s worth of sleep.
They’re finding the answer in feminine products, which are designed to make a woman feel more comfortable.
But it’s not all about the bedding.
For some women, nighttime sleep may also be about taking a break from the constant bombardment of social media and shopping.
In a survey of 1,000 women, a study published in the journal Sleep found that nearly 70 percent of respondents who are women say they prefer to sleep in bed when the temperature is comfortable.
This preference for bedtime relaxation is shared by men as well.
While this preference may not always be a requirement for those who are just starting out, it’s a good idea for those already in their early 30s and those who want to stay in shape for the long haul.
1,400 men and women aged 20 to 50 were surveyed in 2014 and 2015.
Of the women, 70 percent said they prefer having a bedtime with the family or friends, and 78 percent said that having a quiet bedtime is essential for a quality night’s rest.
When asked about how they prefer sleeping, only 17 percent said it was essential for night sleep.
Another 17 percent indicated they prefer not having a full bedtime.
Another 11 percent said having a night of sleep with family or a partner is also important.
The survey found that most women, even those who had bedtimes with family and friends, said that the need for a bed time had changed their life in one way or another.
Some, however, said they never would have been able to live without a bed.
Many women are also taking advantage of products like the Kegel exerciser, which provides support and encourages pelvic floor muscles to stretch.
Other products like a foam roller and a yoga mat are designed specifically to help women sleep.
The company’s founder, Kye Kye, believes that women should be able to make their own choices about their sleep, and that women shouldn’t have to rely on products from big brands.
“I believe that we should be free to choose our own bedtime and not rely on others,” he said.
“We shouldn’t need to be dependent on things that we don’t need.”
Women should be allowed to make decisions about their own sleeping arrangements, and Kye is working to get the word out about his products.
Women should also be able wear their favorite nightwear and not feel pressure to choose one particular brand or style.
For now, KeeGels are still the only product in the market that allows women to do this.
In the future, Kees will introduce a variety of products for men, too, such a kilt-style robe, kilt socks and the Kee-Pow Kitten Bedspread.