Do you tuck your sheets in at the foot of the bed? | The Tylt

Do you tuck your sheets in at the foot of the bed?

It’s time to relax your body, get good with the day ending, and sleep. Are you sealed up tight in a cotton envelope of warmth, or do you need to be free to move about the bed? For many, the idea of tucking sheets in at the foot of the bed is comforting. For others, it’s the linen version of a straightjacket. How do you like to sleep?

FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Do you tuck your sheets in at the foot of the bed?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamSheetTuck
#TeamFreeFoot
Dataviz
Real-time Voting
Do you tuck your sheets in at the foot of the bed?
#TeamSheetTuck
#TeamFreeFoot
#TeamSheetTuck

Tucking in the sheet provides stability, ensuring that linens don’t move all over the place during the night. Further, it allows for a more embracing experience, cocoon-like. And it keeps the monster under your bed at bay.

#TeamSheetTuck
#TeamSheetTuck
#TeamFreeFoot

First, what sort of robot person does not need to adjust temperature at some point in the night? Feet get hot, they need to breathe. Second, constraint isn’t comforting unless you’ve got sensory regulation issues. Third, if there’s a monster under your bed, keep a foot free to kick it!

#TeamFreeFoot

The thread that followed the tweet below inspired this debate.

#TeamFreeFoot
FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Do you tuck your sheets in at the foot of the bed?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamSheetTuck
#TeamFreeFoot