London, Feb 5 : Soon your relentless routine of scratching n bed could come to an end, thanks to the 'itch-free' pyjamas, eveloped by scientists.
Inventors claim that apart from putting a stop to itching, the irst-time pyjamas also regulate one's body temperature and nsure a good night's sleep.
The nightwear, which is created from a fabric called Dermasilk, an also help lessen the itching suffered by patients of skin isorders such as eczema and dermatitis.
The pyjamas have been developed for Travelodge, the hotel chain, hich conducted a survey, to find out what kept people awake.
The survey of 3,000 adults found that 23 per cent suffer from tchy nightclothes, which stops them from getting a good night's leep.
The survey also revealed that being too hot or cold also affected he sleep pattern, with 66 per cent confirming that their body emperature changes continuously throughout the night, thus isturbing their sleep.
The 'itch-free' pyjamas will be tested by customers at Travelodge otels at Heathrow airport, Birmingham Fiveways, Bristol Central, anchester Central and Edinburgh Central.