In case you haven’t heard of it, hygge, pronounced (hue-gue), is a term that encompasses a variety of concepts – all somewhat related to warmth. It’s about creating an atmosphere of coziness, comfort, contentment, and wellness. Wouldn’t it be great to create the ultimate “Hygge” style bedroom?
As summer begins beating down with the full force of longer days and the sun’s most powerful rays, thoughts of staying cool while sleeping are weighing heavily on many sleep-deprived minds. The simple solution is to seek out ways to cool off despite the heat outside. These are a few great tips that will have you sleeping soundly despite the rising temperatures outside.
There’s been a host of discussion about various factors that impact a person’s quality of sleep, including the amount of light in the room, foods eaten,bedroom colors, mattress firmness, and type of mattress. Let’s add another one to the list: your bedroom’s air temperature. The connection between sleep, body temperature, and air temperature has been debated by more than one expert in the field.