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How Does Sleep and Temperature Go Together?

By Tom Herrin

In today's world, there is research about almost everything.  There is much data collected and analyzed.  As they do this, researchers are able to make some pretty interesting conjectures about how anything goes fits into a picture and produces an outcome.  One of the things that has been studied is temperature.  It may affect anything from determining the gender of some offspring to immunities.  It also affects some things that are part of normal everyday life for many individuals.  As you put this research into play to see just how it affects lives, it may help to improve your quality of life..

How Can Temperature Affect Sleep?

There are all kinds of reasons that people don't sleep well.  Things such as anxiety and stress may play a big role, but there are plenty of other things as well.  It is believed that temperatures that are too warm may have a negative effect on sleep cycles.  This can be detrimental to health as those affected may suffer in several ways.  Some of those who study this have suggested that the best range of temperatures for sleeping well is from 65-72 degrees.  They go so far as to say that 68 is the optimal temp.

Weight Loss May Be Associated

A large number of people seem to have issues trying to lose weight.  It can leave them feeling as if they have failed and wanting to give up.  Some who have studied weight loss and temperature have expressed that a perfect range at which to maintain temps for losing weight may be from 64-67 degrees.  In addition, they have added that those who shiver from lower temperatures may increase their rate at which they burn calories by as much as five times.

Most Things Are Trial-And-Error

We all know that there is no perfect formula for doing anything.  Since we are all individuals, our bodies respond differently to external factors.  Temperature may affect each of us in different ways, but there seems to be something to it.  I remember sleeping really well, as a child, when I was under a heavy quilt.  Since I have had some issues as an adult, I make a point to turn down my thermostat each night when I go to bed.  For me, it seems to help me sleep through the night or, at least, if I wake up, I am able to go back to sleep more easily.

To learn more about your health, wellness, and fitness, see your local chiropractor at The Joint Chiropractic in Greensboro, N.C.

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