I always get warm when I sleep! People have often asked myself and others how I can get to sleep without a heavy blanket or comforter on my bed… But honestly, I always end up kicking off any covers that I go to sleep with, even if it’s just a thin sheet! I learn this study that says that the best sleeping is done when you sleep in a study room that is around 65 degrees, cooler room rapidly increasing temperatures always help myself and others to sleep better, I know, however obviously this is also science! There are some ways that I like to keep my body temperature cool enough for a good evening’s sleep, but first of all, I set my digital programmable control component down to 65 degrees, however when the control component programming runs its schedule, it automatically runs the A/C until the house is 65 degrees, of course, in the Wintertide time, it doesn’t let the furnace run to get the house any warmer than that; At first I didn’t have a programmable control component and I had to remember to turn the A/C down every single evening before bed, which became kind of a pain, and now, though, I don’t genuinely have to worry about it and it’s easier for myself and others to stay cool and get a fantastic evening’s sleep. Apparently, when your core body temperature decreases, it’s a signal that it’s time for sleeping, however lowering the temperature in your room lowers your core body temperature too, which means it’s time for sleeping! I guess this is so interesting since I’ve always enjoyed to sleep when it’s cold outside. Now it all makes sense to me.