Do you toss and turn every night? Have you tried every insomnia remedy in the book? When you don’t sleep well, you try everything! Lavender oil, white noise, meditation, counting sheep…
Every morning, you still wake up feeling like you never even slept.
Your sleeping problems might be the result of a warm bedroom. Science shows the ideal sleeping temperature falls between 60-67°F. Not only can a warm room mess with your sleep quality, but sleeping with thick pajamas or heavy comforters can negate the cooler room temperatures by keeping your internal temperature too warm as well.
Sleeping in a cooler room not only helps you sleep but also provides tons of other benefits to your health!
Why Cool Air Helps You Sleep
When your body is getting ready for sleep, your temperature naturally lowers. About 60-90 minutes before your body’s natural “bedtime,” you’ll start to lose heat from your central core without realizing it, and that makes you feel sleepy. If you’re not sleeping well, your room might be too warm. If your room is too warm during this process, your body will try to regulate its temperature, and that uses a lot of energy. Unfortunately, hindering this biological process can lead to insomnia.
Do you wake up sweating? Or struggle at all to get comfortable? We’re here to help! Our trained professionals are the best around! When it comes to your comfort at home, you’re our number one priority.
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