Fun Fact: The suggested bedroom temperature for optimal sleep is between 60°F and 67°F.
Our body temperatures naturally decrease to help initiate sleep, and by having your bedroom temperature set between 60°F–67°F, you can help the process. Making your bedroom temperature similar to that of a cave's (as suggested by the National Sleep Foundation) will give you the best chance at getting a restful night’s sleep. Like a cave, your room should be dark and quiet, in addition to cool.
If you've got dark and quiet covered, but you're struggling with cool - that's where BedJet can help. BedJet can help you achieve the cool temperature you need in order to sleep well.
BedJet utilizes the convective and evaporative methods of cooling, and is extremely effective in bedrooms that are 78 degrees F and under. The BedJet gets rid of the main reason you’re feeling hot and stuffy under the sheets: body heat and moisture. You can sweat up to a liter every night without even realizing—and your mattress and sheets trap all of that heat and moisture in! In a lab test, the BedJet reduced humidity under the covers by 50% in 2 minutes!
To stay quiet, the BedJet has a patented acoustic damping technology built into the base unit and is one of the most silent sources of air delivered of any consumer appliance. It is far quieter than any bedroom window fan or air conditioner when used on typical settings of low and medium. The noise is a very soothing background white noise, which can help when falling asleep!
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