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Why Temperature Is So Important to Your Sleep Comfort

Last updated 5 years ago

When you sleep, your body goes through a series of processes that help your mind relax enough to fall asleep. It is during this time that the body tries to regulate your temperature so you can feel comfortable enough to fall asleep and stay asleep. The body instinctively lowers your temperature, which causes you to feel ready to sleep. If your room is too warm, your body cannot perform these functions and you cannot get the sleep you need to feel rested the next day. With the iComfort Sleep System by Serta, you can find the perfect way to regulate your temperature and fall into a deep sleep that lasts throughout the night:

Gel Memory Foam Keeps You Cool

Unlike traditional memory foam mattresses, the iComfort uses gel memory foam that keeps you pleasantly cool throughout the night. This means that you can enjoy a cool, comfortable sleeping surface that helps your body perform the functions it needs to relax and recharge. When your Serta mattress can keep you this cool, your core temperature gets down to a healthy, restful range. You will sleep longer and better and wake up feeling well-rested.

The Right Mattress Can Combat Insomnia

Many sleep researchers have found a connection between an increased body temperature and insomnia. People who suffer from insomnia tend to have higher core body temperatures than people who are easily able to sleep through the night. Adjusting the temperature in the room and using a mattress that promotes cool air circulation can help you get to sleep.

Mancini’s Sleepworld understands that the perfect sleeping environment can revolutionize your sleeping patterns. Come in today to test out the iComfort Sleep System by Serta and find out how temperature might be affecting the way that you sleep. To learn more about our mattress selection or 29 locations, please visit our website or call (800) 641-5337.

 

 

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