Your body temperature naturally cools to prepare to sleep. Your home’s temperature at night directly impacts your health. The temperature you cool your home to nightly is important. Experts recommend an ideal temperature of 60-67 degrees Fahrenheit to get the best sleep. Doctors and sleep experts agree a cooler temperature promotes quality sleep and improved health.
A lower thermostat setting and an extra blanket promote the best possible night’s sleep. A blanket can easily be removed if you get warm and your body can regulate its temperature. Additionally, cooling bedding and pillows can help keep you cool. Because temperature is the most impactful factor regarding sleep, keeping your home cool is important for your overall health.
Sleep deprivation can cause anxiety, depression, poor memory, focusing issues, and hearing and vision problems. Our bodies need the recharge that sleep gives us and making sure your home is cool and climate controlled will ensure our good rest. Good sleep benefits your body, skin, and nervous system.
If your home is not getting to an ideal temperature, and your sleep and health are being impacted call The Comfort Authority today at (813) 575-6996.