One of the perks of living in Hawaii is our year-round, picture-perfect weather. It’s almost always a great day to go to the beach and unlike the mainland, we don’t require seasonal clothes because t-shirts and slippers can be worn 365 days a year.
One drawback, however is our warm summer nights. Most studies show that 60 to 67 degrees is optimal for sleeping. A cool temperature promotes a deeper, more restful sleep. Also, people in cooler rooms sleep longer and feel more awake in the morning. Temperatures above 75 degrees and below 54 degrees is disruptive and decreases slow wave sleep.
The good news is that today’s cutting-edge sleep technology gives us a lot of options to obtain a good night’s sleep even in our balmy heat.
Infused cooling material designed in the cover and comfort layer draws heat away from the body leaving you to feel cool and comfortable.
Naturally high thermal conductivity wicks away heat from your body helping you stay dry and comfortable.
iComfort by Serta
Features cooling comfort and support for rejuvenating sleep with Cool Action™ Dual Effects® Gel Memory Foam.
Micro Diamond™ Infused Air Cool® Memory Foam by Beautyrest
Amazing but true, selected models of Beautyrest Black are infused with diamond particles in the foam that are designed to effectively move heat away from the body. This innovative technology provides for a cool and more comfortable sleep.
All of the beds listed are available for you to see and try in person at SlumberWorld. Do you already own one of these beds? Let us know. We would love to hear about your sleeping experience. Stay cool!
Written by Terri Dux, copywriter/graphic artist for C. S. Wo & Sons, parent company of SlumberWorld.