Ask the Beds Expert – Michael Gakan
Sleeping When it is Hot
Research has shown that there seems to be an ideal temperature for sleep and when this temperature is very high, it takes longer to fall asleep, and once sleep is achieved, it is broken up or fragmented and there is less dreaming.
What you can do to improve your sleep environment:
- Light bed clothes and light pajamas are certainly an important option. There are pajamas made from materials that wick away sweat which might be very helpful. Such nightclothes are available and helpful, for example, in women who are having hot flashes during sleep, who sweat a great deal.
- Some people find that a fan in the room may help.
- Find the right mattress! Come in soon, and we will find your perfect match to help you sleep through the hot summer days!
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