Science has taught us that cooler nighttime temperatures lead to better sleep. According to the New York Times, the optimal temperature varies slightly from one person to the next, but is typically between 60 and 68 degrees because the external temperature and the body’s core temperature need to be lower to prepare the body for restful, sustained sleep. The Times article goes on to indicate that many instances of chronic insomnia are related to temperature regulation issues.
“PlushBeds’ patent pending memory foam is made with the latest technology for
cooling comfort and superior support. Laboratory testing has demonstrated
vastly improved properties compared to common foams with low air-flow.”
— Bruce Peterson Inventor of modern open-cell memory foam
Of course, you’re probably wondering what exactly that means for you. You hear tall tales from mattress makers all the time. Why is this bed any different?