How Air Conditioner Service May Help You Sleep Better

Rest is very crucial to your overall well-being. It affects everything from your health to your disposition. That’s why it’s unfortunate that, according to research, majority of people demand anywhere from 60 – 90 minutes more sleep each night. You’re probably contemplating what this has to do with air conditioner service. Studies reflect getting more sleep has a lot to do with your environment, not just your bedtime. A well-run air conditioner is key to a comfortable environment.

Setting the Perfect Temperature

The Wall Street Journal posted an article explaining how imperative temperature is to sleep quality. To sleep, your body’s core temperature must fall by two or three degrees. If you are too warm, your body battles to transition from being awake to being asleep. To help your body get to sleep and stay asleep, The National Sleep Foundation recommends your room temperature be between 60-67 F/15-19 C.

To make attaining your perfect sleep environment easy, try using a smart thermostat, like the iComfort® S30. This intuitive thermostat will learn your habits and control itself to satisfy your home comfort needs. It will also notify you—and your technician—when your system needs updates. You’ll rest calmly with that kind of peace of mind.

Better Bedtime Habits

Life can be hectic. Even so, when reasonable, set a bedtime routine. Going to bed and waking up around the same time each day—even on weekends—can help set your body’s internal clock.

Plus, establishing a consistent bedtime routine will signal your body it’s time to get some rest. Try taking a warm bath, listening to calming music, or reading a book. Once you’ve set your nighttime habits, your body will do its duty and you’ll get quality sleep.

We specialize in home comfort. We can help keep you comfortable all day, every day, with the finest service and best products. Call Kyzar Air Conditioning Inc at 561-612-0242 so we can do our part to help you get the sleep and comfort you need.

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