A cooler temperature in your bedroom will ensure better sleep.
Posted on April 15 2018
Body temperature correlates with overall sleep quality. Science tells us that reducing the core body temperature is the key to achieving good quality sleep. Humans have two zones to regulate, their core temperature and their shell temperature. Core temperature is regulated by the brain. The shell temperature is regulated by the skin, muscles, and subcutaneous tissues. Studies suggest that your bedroom temperature should be between 60 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal sleep. Temperatures above 75 degrees and below 54 degrees can disrupt sleep.
Sleeping in a cool environment allows you to fall asleep faster. You will sleep deeper because your body is not having to regulate itself. You will get a more restorative sleep. Sleeping in a cool environment will make you look more youthful because it allows your body to release melatonin, which is one of our best anti-aging hormones. Not only will you sleep better in a cooler room, it also decreases your risk of metabolic illnesses.
When it comes to getting a better night's sleep, keeping cool is crucial to getting a deep restful slumber. Night sweats can wreak havoc on your sleep cycle. You cannot sleep well if you wake up drenched in sweat. The simple task of switching out your sheets and pillows can help improve your rest by keeping you cool and dry throughout the night. Sleep experts recommend 100% pure bamboo sheets. These sheets will have you dancing through dreamland. Bamboo sheets are breathable, quick-drying, and naturally antimicrobial so they won't smell. They keep you up to 5 degrees cooler than cotton and other fibers. They are naturally hypoallergenic and moisture wicking. Bamboo sheets are softer than Egyptian cotton and very durable. Bamboo has an amazing ability to regulate body temperature and keep you cool all night. Instead of fighting against your body's natural biological processes, bamboo works with your body to keep you at the perfect temperature, so you can get that deep restful slumber you deserve. Once you go bamboo you will never go back.