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Sleeping Bags Benefits
If you’re new to sleeping bags, this guide will help you make one of the most important outdoor investments you can make.
Why you need to get it right when choosing a sleeping bag
Your sleeping bag plays an important role. In serious cases, choosing the right sleeping bag will protect you in very cold conditions and help protect you from cold-weather injuries. Beyond this, having the right sleep system when hiking or camping will have a range of effects:
Better sleep will improve your physical recovery each day. Having a poor night's sleep reduces your body's production of cytokines, a protein that targets infection and inflammation.
The right sleeping bag, mat, and accessories will help prevent injuries the next day. Sleep plays a vital role in temperature regulation, fostering a strong immune system, steady hormone levels, and a good appetite. These attributes all form part of your energy and how you take on a hike each day.
Having a good night's sleep will simply put you in the right mental space for the next day.
How do you sleep?
How you experience the temperature is very personal. Some people just naturally run a little warmer or colder. Your sex can also make a difference. In general, women's internal clock can be slightly shorter than a full 24-hour cycle sleep that men experience, which means they can tend to wake up earlier and can also sleep at a temperature that is a few degrees colder than men.
You might also feel warmer or colder depending on a number of variables:
Weather conditions: High humidity, rain and snowfall will all have an effect on how you experience the temperature while you’re in your sleeping bag. Factor in any variable weather conditions you may experience on your trip.
General sleeping conditions: Are you sleeping on a sleeping mat? You should be! Laying directly on the floor of a tent will be uncomfortable and cool you down as you lose heat through the ground. Similarly, how you experience temperature will differ between a hut and a tent.
The layers you wear to bed: Typically you shouldn’t wear too much to bed. If it’s cold, a thin base layer with some good socks and a beanie is usually enough. A sleeping bag liner can add another layer of insulation if you need it.
Fuel: If you go to bed on an empty stomach, you’re more likely to feel the cold. Make sure you fuel your body properly so you can generate enough heat – eat well and stay hydrated.