Thursday, February 2, 2017

How Room Temperature Affects Sleep

Do you know that your room's temperature can make or break your Orange County mattress time? The temperature has to be just right in order to get an ideal night's sleep.

So what's the optimal body and room temperature to sleep?

Based on researchers, it should be 2-3 degrees lower than the ambient room temperature or about 65 degrees Fahrenheit. If you're one of those who likes piles of blankets, though, then the room temperature should be adjusted to 60.5 degrees.

The reason is, when were trying to snooze in your mattress, your body temperature also decreases to initiate sleep. If the room temperature is higher or lower than the recommended ones, the quality of your REM (rapid eye movement) stage is affected, so you get restless during your sleep.

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