50 to 70 million Americans are affected by chronic sleep disorders and intermittent sleep problems that can significantly diminish health, alertness and safety. Untreated sleep disorders have been linked to hypertension, heart disease, stroke, depression, diabetes and other chronic diseases.
Sleep problems can take many forms and can involve too little sleep, too much sleep or inadequate quality of sleep but we're doesn't realize that temperature especially impacts the quality of sleep
It can be useful to think of the bedroom as your “cave" it should be cool, dark and quiet enhance your sleep.
If the bedroom becomes uncomfortably hot or cold, you are more likely to wake up, and the comfort level of the bedroom temperature especially impacts the quality of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, the stage in which one dreams.
The best sleeping temperature for babies and toddlers is a bit higher, between 65 and 70 degrees.
Meanwhile Typically it is suggested that the temperature in the bedroom for adults should be between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit for optimal sleep.