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This NASA-approved doona promises no more arguments

Quit the cover on, cover off debacle with this temperature regulating technology. 

Picture: Supplied. Lorraine Lea Thermal Balancing Quilt.

There’s nothing worse than lying in bed freezing your butt off.

Hang on a minute – the only thing worse than lying in bed freezing your butt off, is lying in bed, sweating like a guilty man in a witness box.

And if you happen to share a bed with your partner, the temperature dilemma is one of the most common arguments couples face, usually ending with one of you sleeping on a lumpy sofa – but no longer.

Some genius, otherwise known as Lorraine Lea, has created a new range of bedding, aptly named the ‘Thermal Bedding Balance Range’.

The Outlast technology was originally created for NASA astronauts to protect them from the temperature fluctuations in space, but it’s also suited for sleepers who suffer insomnia, experience hot flushes or are sensitive to the cold.

The design utilises a special fabric which pulls excess heat away from the body when it becomes too warm. Then, as you cool down the stored heat is released back to the body to balance the temperature. This cycle continues throughout the night for a comfy temp at any hour.

“It’s thermally responsive nature provides relief for an assortment of common sleeping complaints, but it really is a game-changer for women who suffer a broken and uncomfortable sleep due to hot flushes,” explains Lorraine Lea merchandise director Gillian Traynor.

“The bedding actively manages temperature swings, which means they’ll wake up much less frequently during the night.”

Because of the bedding’s ability to regulate temperature, it can also help to control the skin’s production of moisture throughout the night – reducing the build-up of humidity (AKA sweat) by 50 per cent.

Goodbye night sweats, hello waking up feeling fresh and clean.

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