When you’re not getting a good night’s sleep, you regularly feel like you’ve woken up on the wrong side of the bed. Not getting good sleep not only impacts your mood, but can also affect your health. Research has shown that the majority of us could use an added 60-90 minutes of sleep each night. So where does air conditioner service play in to this? Getting more sleep isn’t just about jumping in to bed earlier, it also involves the setting the best environment.
Setting the Perfect Temperature
A study was done, and the Wall Street Journal posted an article
about the importance of temperature in sleep quality. Your body’s core temperature has to be reduced by 2-3 degrees to sleep. If your temperature is too hot, your body has a tough time regulating from being awake to asleep. The National Sleep Foundation
suggests a temperature between 60-67 degrees F/15-19 degrees C for best sleep.
A great way to have the ideal sleeping environment is to take advantage of your smart thermostat. The iComfort® S30 is an intuitive thermostat that will learn your routine and make thermostat adjustments for you. Another bonus of this thermostat is that it will let you and your trusted professional know when your system requires attention. That kind of peace of mind can also help you de-stress.
Better Bedtime Habits
We understand how hectic life can be, but if possible, stick to a bedtime schedule and routine. Try to head to bed and wake up close to the same time every day, even on weekends. This can help determine your body’s internal clock.
Making your own regular bedtime ritual could help your body get ready for bed. Do a relaxing activity to help you take it easy such as a warm bath, reading a book or listening to relaxing music. After you get in the habit of doing these activities before bed, your body will learn that it’s time to shut down and go to sleep.
Your home’s comfort is our priority. We want to help keep you comfortable day and night and give you the peace of mind that comes from providing you the best service and best products. Give us a call at 201-268-5663 and get the sleep and comfort you deserve.