Sheets vs Mats: Deciding on the Best Grounding Product for Your Sleep
When it comes to grounding products, customers often ask which option is best: sheets or mats. The answer to this question is highly subjective, as it depends on each person's individual preferences and sleeping habits.
Both sheets and mats serve the same purpose of conducting electrons while sleeping, in order to balance the body and promote grounding at night. However, there are some key differences between the two products that may make one more appealing than the other.
Earthing Mats are designed to go under your regular sheets and do not require direct contact with your skin. They are also relatively low-maintenance, as there is no direct contact with your body. However, the grounding process may take slightly longer with a mat, around 30 minutes. They are made of carbon infused Leatherette.
Earthing Sheets, on the other hand, require direct contact with your skin and replace your regular sheets. They have the same maintenance as regular sheet and the grounding process is around 15 minutes faster. They are emmbeded with silver threads with a 400 TC.
|Direct skin contact:||Required||Not required|
|Replaces regular sheets:||Yes||No|
|Maintenance:||Wash every week||Wash every 3 months|
|Time until body is grounded:||15 minutes||30 minutes|
|Material:||8% Silver embedded threads 400 TC||Carbon infused Leatherette|
According to customer preference, mats tend to be more popular, with 70% of online purchases. Both products can be used in a complementary way to optimize results, but it is not mandatory.
It is important to note that while grounding products like sheets and mats can help promote grounding at night, it is also important to try to maintain balance throughout the day. Other grounding products such as universal mats, foot rest pads, or blankets can also be used to increase daily hours of grounding. If you have any further questions, please feel free to reach out to the company through their contact form or chat.