Sunday Scaries? It Might Be Time to Rethink Your Bedding

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Struggling to catch up on zzz's after Daylight Saving Time? Sleep Week is here to help. From editor-tested bedding and slumber-friendly products to bed cleaning hacks, we've got everything you could ever need to up your sleep game. Happy snoozing.

Have you ever felt a sense of dread the moment Sunday afternoon rolls around thinking about the long week ahead of you? Yep, that would be the case of the Sunday scaries and they are very real. But according to a survey of 2,000 Americans conducted by luxury bedding and bath brand Charisma and One Poll, the cure is pretty simple: find some quality bedding and get a good night's sleep.

According to the survey, 42% of respondents said one of the best ways to fight off the Sunday scaries is to make sure you get a full night's rest on Friday and Saturday, especially since we all know how much the weekends can mess up our sleeping schedule. And 63% said that they believed their quality of sleep depends on the quality of their sheets and comforters. Sounds like an easy solution to ease the Sunday scaries, right?

Scroll through to check out a few of our top bedding picks to help you get a better night's sleep.

Georgiana Paraschiv For Deny Abstract M3 Pillowcase Set, $49.00

Allswell Organic Sateen Sheet Set, starting $78.00

Parachute Percale Sheet Set, starting at $109.00

Cream Tatiana Global Woven Stripe Cotton Comforter 5-Piece Set, starting at $69.99

Lark Manor Stancil Reversible Coverlet Set, starting at $100.99

Brooklinen Down Alternative Comforter, starting at $199.00

Charisma Solid 400-Thread-Count Percale Cotton Sheet Collection, starting at $79.99

Serena & Lily Positano Linen Duvet Cover, starting at $278.00

Nest Bedding Luxury Bamboo Sheet Set, starting at $99.00

Boll & Branch Colorblock Sheet Set, starting at $220.00


Pauline is a freelance lifestyle writer based in Providence, Rhode Island. When she's not writing, you can find her at her local yoga studio or scoping out hidden gems at flea markets and thrift stores.

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