iPhones, GPS navigation units, YouTube presidential debates – no doubt about it, we’re officially in the high-technology age, and there’s no going back. How else do you explain electric toothbrushes?
It almost seems silly until you realize there’s a good reason for these gizmos and whatnot: by and large, technology always has improved our lives, and it will continue to.
Imagine, then, if technology could do its magic and improve your quality of life while you sleep. Sounds like a pretty good deal.
While everyone else has been busy counting threads and hunting down Cleopatra’s cotton source, nationally recognized sports figures Susan Walvius and Michelle Marciniak had a startling revelation about what bedding can – and should – be. In 2008, they founded SHEEX with the same outside-the-box and paradigm-shifting mindset found among today’s top innovators.
After decades in college and professional athletics, Susan and Michelle hit upon a simple yet powerful realization: the same benefits that were causing droves of athletes to ditch ordinary cotton in favor of advanced performance fabrics – the soft and sumputous feel, moisture management, temperature control, breathability – could be harnessed in an innovative new kind of bed sheet that would do so much more for sleep quality and comfort than cotton ever could.
Woven from advanced materials that feature the latest advancements in nanotechnology, SHEEX offer a sleeping experience unlike any other. Comfort aside, the flexible microfibers found in SHEEX enable unrestricted movement while guaranteeing a secure, proper fit on all mattress types – including pillowtops. Not high-tech enough? SHEEX require less time in the dryer, saving both energy and money, and are fade-, wrinkle- and shrink-resistant.
It’s a fairly straightforward proposition: better comfort leads to better sleep. And simply put, technologically advanced athletic-performance fabrics provide levels of comfort ordinary cotton just can’t match. For athletes, better sleep has been scientifically demonstrated to lead to improved performance. For all of us, better sleep is known to improve concentration, energy and overall wellbeing.
We spend roughly one-third of our lives sleeping – why not put a little technology to good use there?