Elastic waist pajamas.
This kind of pajamas can easily pull out the red stripes on the lower back, affecting the body's blood circulation and even swollen and paralyzed legs. When choosing pajamas, you can choose a waist that you can lace with, especially if you have a thick waist or abdomen. You should also make sure your waist is loose. When you sleep, loosen your waist belt a little to allow your waist to rotate freely.
Red or yellow pajamas.
Bright reds, oranges, and yellows can't make people feel tense and agitated and help them fall asleep. In addition, some dark pajamas can add chemicals during dyeing, which not only adversely affect the skin, but can even cause cancer. We recommend choosing bright, relaxing colors such as pink, green and beige.
These pajamas affect the movements you make when you sleep. For example, a corner of your clothes may be pushed under your body or your clothes may fit on your chest. Not only may this affect your breathing, but you may also have a cold. It is best to choose split pajamas that are comfortable to wear and easy to move around.
While sleeping, pushing the hat under your body “pulls” your neck, causing discomfort such as pain and falling pillows, which affects sleep quality. In addition, pressure on the neck can lead to poor blood circulation, poor blood supply to the brain, and drowsiness in sleep. The pajamas collar should be loose enough. Choose a flat round neck or "U" collar.
Thick knit pajamas.
This type of pajamas is thick, rimmed on the seams, irritates the skin and makes sleep less asleep. It is best to choose cotton or silk pajamas that are smooth, soft and comfortable with fine stitching.
Tight-fitting pajamas look fashionable and sexy and are popular with young women. However, while this type of pajamas is closer to the body, it does not help to sweat the skin or regulate temperature, but it does affect blood circulation and causes people to have nightmares. Therefore, choose pajamas that are easy to put on and take off, and that are comfortable.
A little thick pajamas.
Some pajamas look thick and fluffy and very warm, but increase the friction between the bed and the quilt. This is good for doing just that, because it does not encourage free rotation of the body, impedes muscle relaxation, regulates sleep position, and makes people sleep more tired. Pajamas do not have to be very thick, light, thin and soft pajamas are good.
Synthetic fiber pajamas.
Chemical fibers and woolen fabrics are prone to static electricity, and if they come into direct contact with the skin, they irritate the skin, resulting in weakened immunity and nerve damage. At the same time, they do not absorb sweat, so they do not help regulate temperature during sleep. It's best to choose cotton pajamas that are soft, breathable, hygroscopic and can absorb your skin's perspiration well. The cotton fabric is less irritating to the skin and does not cause allergies or itching.