The leading provider of relaxation and sleep solutions for kids through to professionals, has launched a cosy ‘Back-to-School’ range.
Bedsure, which sells products globally, aims to help kids get kip and students snooze soundly by improving their overall sleep experience.
Global studies* have found that lack of sleep increases the risk of developing a mood disorder, such as anxiety or depression, and that children who have more sleep achieve higher in maths, science and reading.
With a mission to ‘bring warm, cozy comfort to families all over the world’, Bedsure can help everyone drift off to sleep, whether they’re at home or in a university dorm, with its exclusive products for children and young adults.
These products range from sheet sets and comforters to pillowcases and blankets.
Category examples of their products include the Kids Digger Pattern Bedding Set which utilises disperse dyes on 100 percent microfiber fabric, making for good colour fastness, while a hassle-free zipper makes the duvet cover cozy and easy to take off for washing.
Bedsure also sells a Memory Foam Mattress Topper that provides crucial full body support in the form of 3cm memory foam and 4cm base foam for hard-working students who’ve been slaving at their desks.
Its Microfiber Double-Fitted Sheet, which is soft and lightweight, provides wrinkle-resistance and all-round elastic to keep it snug in place. This attractive sheet is suitable for high school and college students, and is available in five different colours.
Bedsure’s Back-to-School products can help students be well rested after a hard day of study. For high school and university students, they also provide comfort and relaxation when studying, hanging out with friends or listening to music.
More information: Bedsure Home offers over 50 Amazon bestselling home products in eight countries, including the UK, the US, Canada and Germany. The firm has been featured in reputable publications like House Beautiful, Forbes, Country Living, CNN, Huffpost UK and Woman & Home.
*Division of Sleep Sleep Medicine, Harvard Medical School, ‘Sleep and Mood’, Sleep and Mood | Need Sleep (harvard.edu), December 15th, 2008.
*Sean Coughlan, BBC News, ‘Lack of sleep blights pupils’ education’, Lack of sleep blights pupils’ education – BBC News, May 8th, 2013.
For more information:
Contact Daniel Menges at Bedsure on email@example.com