Do you and your bed partner argue over the bedroom temperature at night?
Does one of you prefer it “toasty warm” and the other “arctic chill”?
It turns out you are not alone. But numerous studies show that keeping your bedroom temperature between 60-67 degrees and completely dark, allows you to achieve optimal sleep and recovery.
And getting a good night’s sleep is an important way to prevent a cold or flu.
We don’t want to start any arguments. We just want you to stay healthy out there!
Here’s a couple of articles to help you create the optimal sleeping temperature in your bedroom: