Goodnighties is offering its sleepwear line for 25% off on all styles, sizes and colors through March 11th, 2012 giving women an opportunity to try this innovative fabric.
(PRWEB) March 09, 2012
Goodnighties Recovery Sleepwear, A U.S. apparel manufacturer dedicated to helping women sleep better through high-performance functional fabric, is bringing attention to the importance of better sleep with The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s ‘National Sleep Awareness Week’ March 5-11, 2012. The company is offering, in honor of this important message, its sleepwear line for 25% off on all styles, sizes and colors through March 11, 2012 giving women an opportunity to try this innovative fabric using the code CDC for the discount. Goodnighties is made with a patented new smart-fabric technology that stimulates blood flow to tired muscles helping one relax and sleep in a deeper stage of REM sleep. Additionally, the gowns and pajamas made with this fabric also moisture-wick and is anti-microbial. These attributes are new to the sleepwear category and it is an exciting breakthrough in attaining better sleep and one that does not involve taking pills.
The awareness of poor sleep is proving to be a major contributor in health issues. ABC World News Anchor, Diane Sawyer reported this week on the health dangers of elevated cortisol levels from stress in women and highlighted “nearly 50 percent of American women say they don’t have enough free time, according to a study by the Families and Work Institute.” Busy lifestyles of today then reduce opportunities to get more sleep. A further contributor to the ABC World News report, Dr. Sherita Hill Golden of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine elaborated; “the major indicators of high cortisol are weight gain in the abdomen and fatigue. Women experiencing these symptoms should visit their doctors for a routine hormone level test, which can determine if their cortisol levels are too high. If that proves to be the case, doctors advise focusing on reducing one’s stress through methods such as yoga, regular exercise, meditation and getting enough sleep.”
The National Sleep Foundation recommends that U.S. adults sleep on average 7-9 hours per night. However, 37.1% of adults regularly report sleeping far less than 7 hours per night. When these alarming numbers are then aligned with the fact reported through IMS Health that; “Last year over 15 million women age 40-59 were prescribed Ambien.” Restorative fabric like Goodnighties which helps one sleep better is poised to fill an enormous gap that women of today so desperately need.
For more information please visit http://www.goodnighties.com.