Experiencing restful sleep is an important factor in your overall health. Room temperature can make all the difference in the sleep process. If your room isn’t the right temperature, falling asleep and staying asleep can be difficult.
Sleep Temperature Recommendations
General temperature recommendations for sleeping indoors is 65 degrees. Because each of us is different, optimal temperatures can range from 60 to 67 degrees. Installing a thermostat in your sleeping quarters can help you pinpoint the perfect setting for you. Experiment by starting with a setting of 65 degrees and taking note of your quality of sleep.
Too Hot Sleep Environment
If you attempt to sleep in a room that’s more than 67 degrees, you may have trouble falling asleep. The body naturally begins to reduce its internal temperature as your regular bedtime approaches. If the room is too hot, the body can become uncomfortable, and you’ll be unable to sleep. A humid environment can make sleeping even more difficult. A portable dehumidifier is a great appliance to have on hand to eliminate humidity in the bedroom.
Would you like professional help to determine the condition of your home’s heating and cooling system, including the thermostat? Trade-Mark Air Conditioning has experienced technicians available to respond to your requests in Ingram. Let us know how we can assist you.
When a Room Is Too Cold
Cooler temperatures are great for sleeping. However, temperatures that are too cold can prevent you from falling asleep. In addition, colder temperatures can also cause the body to manage the cardiac autonomic response differently than normal.
Locals can turn to Trade-Mark Air Conditioning for free in-home estimates in the Ingram area. We offer 24/7 emergency repair services, and our technicians can repair and maintain all makes and models. Our company is a factory-authorized dealer for Carrier, and we can provide you with a free second opinion for residential system upgrades. We also install water heaters and geothermal systems as well as offer custom sheet metal services and indoor air quality testing. Call us today to learn more and schedule an appointment for your home.Tags: Optimal Sleeping Temperature
October 20, 2021 3:25 pm