Here’s How Your HVAC Can Give You a Better Night’s Sleep!

 There is nothing quite like getting a good night’s rest. Getting adequate sleep has been linked to better overall health, a stronger immune system, better brain performance, a healthier heart, and so much more.  

 

HVAC systems contribute to the comfort of your home during the day, but they can also help ensure you get quality rest throughout the night. I mean, let’s face it. Waking up groggy and drained the following day is the absolute worst!

 

In honor of May being Better Sleep Month, the experts at Cook Home Services have some ways your HVAC can give you a better night’s sleep so you can be on your way to a healthier you. 

 

Adjust Your Temperature

We’ve all been there: you’re trying to fall asleep and are either sweating profusely or shivering under the sheets. Sleep experts generally recommend setting your thermostat to 65 degrees when trying to catch some Zzzz’s. If that temperature is too warm or chilly, keep your bedroom between 60 and 72 degrees for the best sleep environment. For extra convenience, opt for a smart thermostat so you can adjust your temperature without even getting out of bed!

 

Invest in a Dehumidifier

Sleeping in a thick and muggy room can feel like an absolute nightmare. The humidity makes it difficult to breathe, and can also create an environment for mold to grow, which can affect your respiratory system. To combat this issue, install a dehumidifier, which will remove moisture from the air. On the other hand, if the air feels dry, you can invest in a humidifier to bring moisture back into the air.

 

Cut on Those Ceiling Fans

Many people underestimate a ceiling fan’s soothing qualities while trying to sleep. Your ceiling fan can maintain air currents that can help you cool down at night, and they also offer some noise for those who have trouble sleeping in a completely quiet room. Not to mention the soft breeze on your skin that can help you sleep like a baby!

 

Improve Your Indoor Air Quality

If you are constantly sneezing, congested, or suffering from a sore throat, these may be signs that your home has poor indoor air quality. These symptoms can all drastically impact how you sleep at night. Be sure to change your HVAC filter regularly and have your ventilation system routinely checked by a professional.

 

Call the HVAC Experts in Crawfordsville, Indiana

At Cook Home Services, we offer a variety of HVAC solutions that can help you get more quality sleep and improve your and your family’s health. Give us a call at 765-205-2230 or schedule your appointment today.