A good night’s sleep is an important element to your health and happiness. If you have trouble sleeping at night, you may want to adjust your HVAC to see what works best for you. Here’s how you can tweak your HVAC for the best night’s sleep.
Check Your Thermostat
The National Sleep Foundation has performed studies to determine the optimal bedroom temperature. Their research concluded the optimal temperature is between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit. During the summertime, be sure to call Genuine Comfort to ensure your cooling system is properly working. Consider investing in an energy-efficient thermostat to ensure comfortable temperatures, improve energy, and reduce your utility bills.
Improve Air Quality
Is the air in your Utah home too dry? If it is, you can benefit from a humidifier, a device that increases the humidity level. Humidifiers are commonly used to relieve the symptoms of dry nose, lips, throat, and skin. You’ll wake up feeling refreshed and energized.
Create a Breeze
A gentle breeze can feel relaxing on your skin as you try to sleep. While your HVAC system will take care of the temperature in your room, a fan will create a breeze and keep air circulating, which adds freshness to the air and makes breathing easier. As an added benefit, fans create a soothing sound that will lull you to sleep.
Contact Genuine Comfort Today
Consider making these HVAC tweaks to help you get the best night sleep. If you need help tweaking, repairing, or installing your HVAC system, contact Genuine Comfort today. Our team works hard to ensure the job is done right and you can enjoy the temperature in your home year-round with an energy-efficient HVAC system.