Hot Flash Relief
End menopause night sweats Shop Sleep Systems
with our patented temperature regulating mattress topper.
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“The Holy Grail of Cooling ... If you're a hot sleeper or suffer from menopause, this will help to keep you cool.”
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"Just received mine this week, and I have slept better the last two nights than I have in months. Game changer for hot flashes!"
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“This is a life saver! If you are going through menopause, you have to get this to save your sanity.”
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"My wife started to have hot flashes several months ago ... As soon as it arrived, all our problems were over, and I'm not exaggerating in the slightest."
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“The hot flashes are really bad with pre-menopause or menopause. Game changer my friends. Every woman in her 50’s needs one.”
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"It's awesome when you are going through menopause or if you sleep hot. It's been a game changer for us."
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“Ladies: this keeps night sweats away. As an extreme menopause sufferer, the quality of my sleep has deteriorated ... But now ... I can finally sleep — really sleep."
You’re hot — literally. It’s cool. We got you!
Let’s face it, menopausal women are just hotter. And unfortunately, all that extra heat makes them suffer. Especially at night. That’s where we can help. Meet the mattress pad that helps keep you cool all night long — no matter how hot you are.
Our sleep systems wowed in a Wake Forest University menopause study
Results found that our sleep systems helped menopausal women reduce hot flashes and improve the quality of sleep.
Night sweat reliefKeep your current mattress. Our ultra-comfy, water-based mattress topper can cool your bed temperature to as low as 55°F to provide the temperature regulation you need while you're sleeping.
Worried because your partner likes a different temperature at night?
No sweat. Our systems are available in ME (individual) or WE (you & a sleep partner) sizes for queen to cal king mattresses. The WE allows for separate temperature control from 55°-115°F for each sleeper, so everyone sleeps happy.
Get hormone-free hot flash supportNight sweats at 3 a.m.? Give your body a quick cool down or an instant ice-bath with a range of active, water-based systems that cool to 55°F.
Don’t like the idea
of getting in a cold bed?
Schedule temperature changes instead. Start the night snuggled up in a cozy bed, and your sleep system schedule will automatically cool down once you're asleep. You'll sleep deeper and longer with fewer restless moments.
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Single temperature system
The system that put Chilisleep on the map
- Perfect for women want a cool bed all night long
- Industry leading temperature range of 55°F - 115°F
- Cool mesh mattress topper with circulating water
- On-device controls for simple temperature changes
- Easy to set up and 100% machine washable & dryable
Most powerful & personalized
All the features of the Cube plus:
- Perfect for women who run so hot the bed feels like an oven
- Rapid cooling & warming
- ChiliPad Pro mattress topper with enhanced comfort & performance
- Schedule temperature adjustments throughout the night
- Pairs with our non-wearable sleep tracker to provide real-time, AI-driven temperature adjustments
or let us recommend the perfect system for you.
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Susan B. Mom & Night Sweats Sufferer
“I was struggling in the middle of the night and I’d wake up soaking wet. With my Chilisleep sleep system, I slept for eight hours straight for the first time in a long time — and woke up dry.”
How can I sleep cooler during Menopause?
There are several ways to sleep cool during menopause:
- It's recommended to keep the bedroom temperature cool, between 60-67º Fahrenheit.
- Use lightweight and breathable bedding, such as cotton sheets.
- Using a cooling mattress pad or pillow can help you stay cool throughout the night.
- Wear lightweight, breathable clothing to bed.
- Try relaxation techniques such as yoga Nidra, meditation, or deep breathing to help you relax and fall asleep.
For more information on how to stay cool at night, we've listed 13 tips on how to stay cool at night.
I'm in perimenopause or post-menopause. Will a sleep system help me too?
Absolutely! You don't need to wait for menopause symptoms to hit their peak to seek out comfort. Preparing yourself for menopause by investing in better sleep with a cooling mattress pad will help to keep you feeling most like yourself.
And once menopause is complete, you may still want support while sleeping and even benefit more from the warming options of a sleep system.
Are there natural solutions for treating menopause?
Regular exercise and physical activities can help alleviate some of the symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes and night sweats.
- Eating a healthy diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can help reduce symptoms.
- Certain herbal supplements, such as black cohosh, have been revealed to help relieve some of the symptoms of menopause.
- Yoga, meditation, and tai chi can help reduce stress and improve overall well-being during menopause.
If adding supplements, we recommend speaking with your primary doctor to discuss supplement options to relieve symptoms.
What other sleepme products can help me with menopause and hot flashes?
Along with the award-winning Dock Pro sleep system, we offer additional systems, including the OOLER and Cube.
Pair one of our Weighted Blankets with a ChiliSleep control unit to enjoy temperature-neutral, weighted comfort while relaxing or throughout the night.
Breathable, moisture-wicking Cool Luxe™ Sheets are specifically designed to work with our Sleep Systems. The silky soft 300 thread count sateen/cotton blend creates the ultimate environment so you can wake up refreshed.
Manage stress & fatigue before bed with our sleepme™ Sleep Kit which includes Aromatherapy pillow spray, plush eye mask, ear plugs and more to help you ease into sleep and wake rested.
Can your weighted blanket help relieve menopause symptoms?
Yes! It can help too. Some customers create a sleep cocoon by laying on a sleep system and also covering themselves in a cooling weighted blanket.
Other users prefer use our cooling and heating weighted blanket on it's own while relaxing on the couch, or before sleep.
Can I use my FSA or HSA to purchase a sleep system?
Yes, our sleep systems are HSA and FSA elligible. You can purchase any of our systems with a prescription from a medical professional or Letter of Medical Necessity. (LOMN) Learn more here
What are Vasomotor Symptoms?
Also referred to as VMS, the symptoms are known as night sweats and hot flashes. They are the most common symptoms of menopause.
Can your products help reduce Vasomotor Symptoms?
Yes, we recently partnered with Wake Forest University to conduct a menopause study investigating the role of our products and sleeping cool to help reduce the symptoms of menopause. Participants improved their sleep score by 30%. Read the complete study.
Resources for Menopause, Hot Flashes and Women's Health
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How to Reduce Hot Flashes at NightRead More
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The ideal temperature for sleep falls between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. It can become challenging to fall asleep when the temperature gets higher than the recommended temperature. Falling into a deep sleep is linked with cooling your body temperature, and being hot can reduce your likelihood of falling asleep and staying asleep. Learn how to keep cooler at night with the tips in this article.