Have you ever found yourself tossing and turning in bed, unable to fall asleep? Chances are the temperature of your bedroom is partly to blame. Research has shown that the ideal sleep temperature can range anywhere from 60-67°F (15.5-19.4°C), depending on individual preferences and body types.
But how do you figure out what your optimal sleeping temperature is? Here’s a guide to help you find your best sleeping temperature:
- Adjust your thermostat. The easiest way to determine your optimal sleep temperature is to experiment with different temperatures and observe how they affect your sleep quality. Start by setting your thermostat at 65°F (18.3°C) and see how it affects your sleep quality for the next week or two. If you still feel uncomfortable in that temperature, adjust it by one degree lower or higher over the following weeks until you find a comfortable balance between feeling warm and cold in bed.
- Choose an air conditioner with adjustable settings. Another great way to get to the perfect sleep temperature is by using a smart air conditioner that allows you to adjust the settings according to your needs and preferences while keeping energy consumption low at the same time.
- Sleeping habits matter too! Your sleep environment is about more than finding the right temperature. It’s also important that other factors, such as light exposure, noise level, mattress type, pillows, blankets, etc., are considered in creating a conducive atmosphere for restful nights of deep nights of sleep. Make sure everything else in your bedroom is comfortable before adjusting your thermostat settings!
Finding the perfect sleep temperature isn’t always easy. But if you take these tips and tricks into account and invest in some good-quality air conditioning units from Air Rescue, achieving an optimal sleeping environment won’t be too difficult anymore. With just a few tweaks here and there, you’ll be able to enjoy restful nights of deep sleep in no time!
Air Rescue has been serving the entire Tampa Bay area since 1946. We pride ourselves on being large enough to provide professionalism and reliability yet small enough to provide personalized service. If you have questions about your HVAC system or want to schedule a maintenance appointment, visit our website or call us at 813-612-5600 today!