During the summer months the outside temperature may increase. Even at night it may still be quite hot. In such a warm and spicy bedroom you can often get to sleep hard.Therefore, many people sleep with their windows open in summer. But is it also wise to sleep with your window in winter? Then it’s beyond everything except warm!
The best temperature for your bedroom
To sleep well, it’s important that your room has the right temperature. Your bedroom must not be too hot, but certainly not too cold. Your body automatically falls when you go to sleep. So if your bedroom is too hot, your body will cool down less quickly. You can sweat and it takes longer before you fall asleep.
But too a cold bedroom is not good. Your body will adapt to deviations from the environment. In other words, if it’s too cold in your bedroom, your body will try to correct it until it has a good temperature. This makes you sleep lighter and wakes you up faster.The best sleeper temperature is cool (but not cold) and is around 16 degrees . With this temperature, your body temperature needs to be adjusted as little as possible.
‘The best sleeping temperature is cool but not cold’
Sleep with the window on a kier
You can sleep well with your window in winter. That is very good!
• It provides fresh air and ventilates your bedroom. And that’s good in several areas! For example, fungi have less chance in a ventilated bedroom and build more resistance.
• You wake up fitter . Also, because your room is ventilated, more oxygen is added. This makes you less likely to wake up with a headache.
• You fall asleep faster . A too hot or cold bedroom will make you sleep deeper and fall asleep soon. By putting your window on a stick, avoid getting too hot (do not open it open-it will be too cold) and sleep better.
With your window open sleeping does not mean that your window must be open wide. The best thing to do is to put it on the floor so that you get enough fresh air. If you open your window too wide, your room can cool too much. Also take a walk in the bedroom. Staying all night is bad for your muscles (which gets stiff). Well, fly, but do not travel so!
Do you ever sleep with your window? And do you only this in summer, or in winter? Are you just sleeping badly in the summer? Then read this article with tips for sleeping in warm weather .