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How Your HVAC System is Impacting Your Sleep Quality

Getting a good night’s sleep can be difficult when the temperature isn’t quite right. Too hot and you’re sticking a foot out from under the covers to get comfortable. Too cold and there aren’t enough blankets to keep you warm. This is where zoned cooling and heating systems come into play. Here’s how they can eliminate discomfort and make it possible to sleep right through the night.

How Does Temperature Affect Sleep Patterns?

Body temperature decreases as you relax in your bed. This induces the sleep state and causes the mind to slip fully into rest. During this time, your body will regulate internal temperates to reach a comfortable range. This thermoregulation can manifest as shivering and sweating, both of which disrupt sleep.

According to, the optimal temperature for rest is between 60 to 67 degrees Fahrenheit. This is just enough warmth to prevent goosebumps and shivers. This range also ensures that the room stays cool enough so that you don’t overheat under the blankets and sweat through the sheets.

What Can Zoned Cooling & Heating Systems Do?

Installing a zoned cooling and heating system is the easiest way to regulate indoor temperature. Each indoor unit has its own refrigerant line to an outdoor condenser, eliminating the need for shared ductwork. If the sensors detect a change in the atmosphere, they’ll alert that specific unit to make the necessary adjustments without affecting the rest of the house. This will ensure that the rooms remain at the optimal temperature and don’t shift from too hot to too cold.  

Achieve the comfort you deserve by reaching out to the professionals at Key Heating & Air Conditioning. This locally owned company works with only the finest cooling and heating systems and has over 25 years of experience. We pride ourselves in 100% customer satisfaction and have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau®. Call (603) 436-8811 to receive your free estimate.

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