Whether you are tossing and turning all night long, sweating profusely through your sheets, or simply can’t get your mind to shut down, no one is happy when they can’t get a good night of sleep. Let your HVAC help you get better sleep with this quick tip:
It can be difficult to fall asleep in high temperatures. And your body temperature will adjust to the temperature of the room you are sleeping in.
The National Sleep Foundation says that the ideal room temperature for good sleep is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. Temperatures that are much higher or lower than this recommendation can lead to restlessness during sleep.
What temperature are you falling asleep to at night?
Make an adjustment to your thermostat to improve your comfort during sleep.
If you need a new A/C to help you get better sleep, give us a call for a free quote on a new installation.