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Using Your HVAC System to get a Good Night’s Sleep

Getting a good night’s sleep is an important part of living happy and healthy life. If you are having difficulty getting a good night’s sleep, or you are looking to enhance your sleep, consider optimizing your HVAC’s settings for optimal sleep conditions. Below are some things you can do to optimize your environment.

  • Adjust your thermostat: When your body prepares for sleep, your core temperature drops in order to help you relax. A cool bedroom has been proven to enhance sleep quality. According to the experts at the National Sleep Foundation, the ideal sleeping temperature for your room should be between 60 and 67 degrees. If you have a smart or adjustable thermostat, set your nighttime temperature accordingly.
  • Watch the humidity: Maintaining proper humidity in both summer and winter is critical to achieving a good night’s sleep. In the summer, muggy, humid air can make it difficult to breathe, and in the winter, dry air can irritate your respiratory system. The ideal humidity level of your home should be between 40 and 50 percent. You can check your humidity level by purchasing an inexpensive device called hygrometer. If your room is too dry in the winter, consider having a whole home humidifier installed into your HVAC system. If your room is too damp in the summer, turn your Air Conditioning system on. ‘
  • Speak to an expert: Talking to an HVAC company that specializes in indoor air quality will go a long way to helping you achieve optimal sleep conditions. They can do a full evaluation of your interior environment and recommend the necessary adjustments or additions that your HVAC system needs in order to achieve superior indoor air quality and assure a good night’s sleep.
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