At least as it pertains to getting sleep. Over here on the other side of sleep training is a pretty lush meadow of not just sleep but butterflies, rainbows … and I will throw in a unicorn just for you.
Previous studies suggest that sleep quality improves when sleeping on or under wool. This appears to be related to wool’s unique temperature and moisture management properties, and texture.
Consistent with earlier scientific findings a study undertaken by the University of Sydney, Australia and funded by the Australian Wool Innovation, has found that a better night’s sleep is achieved when sleeping in or under wool.
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