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BSensible Participates in The National Sleep Foundation Event.

Sleep Show 

Did you know that only 10% of people prioritize sleep over other aspects of daily living? 

On March 8-10, BSensible will participate in the Sleep Show event organized by The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) located in the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, TX. This foundation is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. Founded in 1990, the NSF is committed to advancing excellence in sleep health theory, research, and practice.

During the sleep show, BSensible will display and give demonstrations of their line of waterproof sheets and pillowcases. The event will bring together industry experts, sleep innovators, and thousands of attendees to experience the latest in consumer sleep products and trends. New technologies that facilitate and resolve sleeping problems will be presented and there will be conferences held by experts in that industry.

Participants 
Dozens of global brands will be featured at the Sleep Show. Participants include Philips, Mattress Firm, Happiest Baby, Tempur-Sealy, 24 Hour Fitness, Bed Bath & Beyond, Smart Nora, Somnox and Timeshifter. 

Sleep Show Trends
The sleep show will feature the latest in sleep tech and trends including but not limited to: 

  • Implants used to treat Sleep Apnea 
  • Sleep trackers 
  • Sleep robots 
  • Personalized, wearable thermostats
  • Smart mattresses 
  • Thermoregulatory bedding 
Industry Experts and Conference Program 
The Sleep Show conference program will feature more than 80 industry experts with topics including sleep and the teen mental health crisis, new technologies to optimize sleep and tools to minimize snoring. 

Speakers include:
  • Baby sleep expert- Dr. Harvey Karp
  •  The “Sleep Doctor”- Dr. Michael Breus
  • Renowned sleep specialist- Dr. Chris Winter
  • Director of the Sleep Matters Initiative at Brigham and Women’s Hospital -Charles Czeisler
  • Headspace’s editorial director for sleep- Will Fowler
BSensible is delighted to be participating in such a significant event organized by the Sleep Foundation among other global brand leaders in the industry. We invite you to join the show and visit us in booth # 125. See you there! 

Embrace Spring Cleaning Early With BSensible Sheets

By the time winter starts showing signs of closing, most of us are pretty anxious to open some windows, clear out the dust bunnies, and have a fresh and clean home once again. Of course, we keep things in order during the winter, but spring cleaning is necessary to take things up an extra notch. One way to do this is to get some new waterproof sheets from BSensible.

BSensible Sheets Are Suitable for All Family Members

Some people think of waterproof sheets as something you put on crib mattresses to protect them from a baby's leaks. Even this, many parents do begrudgingly because of the plastic or vinyl material that is one traditional mattress protector. BSensible sheets are different, and they aren't just for the baby. They are made from soft and flexible fabric wood fibers using a natural and environmentally friendly process. The sheets are treated with zinc oxide, which gives them their antibacterial, anti-odor properties, all while keeping them hypoallergenic and easy on the skin. BSensible sheets are made using a fabric concept called Dermofresh®, which is a natural fiber that acts like a "second skin" that provides soft and comfortable bedding options that don't retain moisture.

Accidents Happen to Everyone

While accidents for babies and toddlers need little explanation, no family member is perfect. From kids who climb on their beds after playing in melting snow or rain, to adults who spill just a few drops of their glasses of wine, the material in BSensible sheets and pillowcase covers repels odors and moisture, keeping everyone comfortable at night and each bed in the house looking and smelling wonderful. 

With a wide variety of colors available, these ultra-soft sheets offer excellent protection in a material that is softer than cotton. However the rest of your spring cleaning goes, you'll know your beds and pillows are covered with materials that will keep your whole family comfortable all year-round.

Simple Spring Cleaning Tips To Get Your Home Ready For Warmer Weather

waterproof bedsheetsIt might not feel like it what with low temperatures dragging on and snow still covering the sidewalks, but spring is right around the corner. Punxsutawney Phil said so himself.


With six more weeks of winter under our belts it's time to start thinking about spring cleaning. But keeping your home in shape means more than just dusting and vacuuming the living room.


Here are the top spots you'll want to pay attention to during these next few weeks while your home thaws out.


Any area where allergens may be lurking


Spring cleaning isn't just about throwing open your windows to let in the warm air. It's about getting rid of the dust, dirt, and other allergens that have built up around your home year round. Surprise: being a winter hermit has its downside.


Go around your home and replace filters including those on your HVAC system, your faucet, and your range hood. This will help keep your air and water clean from contaminants.


In the bedroom and kids' rooms, replace the sheets with hypoallergenic sheets. This keeps allergens off your skin and away from your face, helping you breathe easier and giving you a better night's sleep.


Take a sponge to your walls, baseboards, and outlets


It might sound gross, but the air contaminants your filters don't catch around your house end up on the walls, baseboards, and outlets. Use a sponge or brush with some mild soap and water and gently scrub all your walls and baseboards.


Remove your outlet covers and give them a good scrub, too. But make sure they're completely dry before you replace them.


Don't forget faucets and showerheads


Outlet covers aren't the only covers that need to a good scrub. You also want to clean your faucets and showerheads to keep any gunk that's built up during the winter season from getting into your water.


Start by unscrewing your showerheads, sink sprayers, and faucet aerators and soaking them in a water and vinegar solution for an hour. Rinse them in warm water and replace them.


Where can I find hypoallergenic waterproof bedsheets?


Up to 78% of Americans say they're excited to go to bed when their sheets have a fresh scent. Waterproof bedsheets help to keep your sheets stain-free so your sheets not only feel and smell fresh but look fresh too.


If you're looking for comfortable waterproof bedsheets for babies or even for yourself, B Sensible has sheets you're looking for. For more information about our waterproof fitted sheets, contact B Sensible today.

3 Cleaning Tips for A Healthier, More Peaceful Nursery

waterproof bedsheets for babies

Cleaning any part of your house may be an unpleasant job, but it isn't complicated. Put away some items, sweep the floor, dust, and bam! A clean room.

Cleaning your baby's nursery, however, may not be so intuitive. After all, little ones tend to have less rugged immune systems. In a baby's sleep environment, cleanliness is essential to her overall health and well-being.

To make matters more complicated, using harsh cleaning chemicals in a nursery can actually do more harm than good. What use is sanitizing crib bars if your little one's mouth ends up full of cleaning chemicals?

If you're a new parent worried about keeping a nursery clean, read on. Here are three baby-approved tips for keeping a nursery sanitary and safe:

1. Have a Plan In Place

If possible, take time to create a cleanliness plan before your baby arrives. Design and organize your nursery to make clean-up as quick and easy as possible. Start by installing a "sanitation station," or a specific area for throwing away diapers, storing cleaning supplies, and laundering soiled linens. Create a plan for toys, books, and clothing, too-- by having a logical place to store everything, you'll be better able to keep up with the mess as your baby grows

2. Clean Bedding Once a Week

Your baby sleeps in her crib every night, so it's important to wash sheets for babies regularly. Investing in waterproof bedsheets for babies can help keep the crib mattress beneath clean. Whether you choose waterproof bedsheets for babies or the regular kind, make sure to have a few extra sets so you can wash them regularly. If crib sheets become soiled before the week is up, throw them in the wash early to keep your baby clean, dry, and healthy.

3. Disinfect Properly and Regularly

Infants explore the world with their mouth, so aim to keep playthings germ-free. Have a set of disinfecting wipes close at hand to wipe down changing tables, toys, and doorknobs. Give the disinfectant time to dry completely before letting your baby go near the environment. To be extra safe, rinse toys in water after disinfecting to remove any lingering cleaning chemicals.

In total, newborns sleep about 10.5 to 18 hours a day. Since they spend so much time sleeping, providing a clean rest environment can prevent all kinds of unwanted illnesses. By preparing early, cleaning linens, and disinfecting regularly, you can keep your baby safe from nasty germs and bacteria.

3 Ways to Prevent the Flu During Flu Season

3 Ways to Prevent the Flu During Flu Season

Staying healthy during the flu season can be a challenge. There are simple things you can do such as frequently washing your hands with hypoallergenic soap, and making sure to include extra vitamin C when you know you will be around a lot of people who may be carrying the flu bug. Even if you get the flu shot and take every precaution you can, there are times when you will still have to suffer through it. The following tips may help minimize your risk of getting the flu, especially if your family decides to bring it home. 

Keep Hand Sanitizer Nearby

While washing your hands often is important, there are times when it may not be possible. Hand sanitizer with botanicals is a great alternative. It's effective at killing germs and will also keep you from spreading them if you are already sick. Don't use it as a substitute for hand-washing, however. You should still use soap and water whenever you can.

Eat a Healthy Diet

Eating a healthy diet will keep your immune system strong and help reduce your risk of catching a cold or the flu. Fresh fruits and vegetables are full of the vitamins and minerals your body needs. If you aren't sure if you're getting enough of what you need, include a multi-vitamin for added support. 

Wash Your Linens and Towels Regularly

Your linens and towels are two of the worst items in your home for harboring bacteria. Washing your towels and linens frequently will keep bacteria to a minimum, especially if you are fighting the flu or trying to prevent it from bringing you down in the first place. 

BSensible® sheets are the first certified "All Night Fresh" by the prestigious Hohenstein Institute, and with this accreditation, these sheets are proven to last longer without bacteria providing long-lasting freshness and comfort. Not only will your bed and bath smell nice and fresh, but you will also be able to limit your exposure to nasty bacteria and germs.

With a little bit of forethought, you can minimize your exposure to harmful cold and flu germs. Take a few extra minutes to eat healthier foods and keep your environment clean and tidy. You will feel better, and your body will be able to fight off the pesky flu bug.