News ID: 240376
Published: 0608 GMT March 18, 2019

Apparently sleeping in a cold room is better for your health

Apparently sleeping in a cold room is better for your health
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It’s time to settle all those debates about bedroom temperature.

Apparently sleeping in a cool to cold room is better for your health than sleeping in a hot room, according to hit.com.au.

According to Dr. Christopher Winter, author of “The Sleep Solution”, the ideal room temperature for a restful sleep is 15°C–19°C. This is because having a slightly cooler body temperature can lead to a deeper sleep. A colder room will help you reach a more comfortable body temperature.

However there’s no need to build yourself an ice cave. Temperatures below 12°C can be disruptive to your sleep — and so can temperatures above 24.

Rooms that are too hot or too cold will have you tossing and turning all night, leading to a less than restful sleep.

Let there be no more fights about bedroom temperatures ever again!

 

   
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