A/C and your sleeping habits

When I sleep, I like to have everything a particular way. As a kid, I got used to setting up my pillows in the same way every night before I fell asleep. Oh yes, I forgot to mention that I sleep with about a dozen pillows on my bed. I don’t know why I enjoy pillows as much as I do. I also need to have the sheets and comforter in an exact spot to get comfy. Once all that is set, I like the room to be cooler. This allows my face and possibly my upper body to remain cool while the rest of my body is warm underneath the covers. The only way to keep my room cool is by having a reliable air conditioner. I like to have it turned to about 68 degrees as I begin to fall asleep. As the night goes on, I have my thermostat dial back the cooling equipment a bit to a slightly warmer 71 degrees. This was a little tip from an HVAC technician. He told me that an easy way to save money is to set your thermostat a few degrees closer to the outside temperature during the night while you sleep. I rarely ever notice it. The reason I am so particular about my sleeping arrangements is that I struggled with insomnia for a long time. I need HVAC equipment to keep my bedroom at a comfortable temperature, otherwise I will really struggle trying to fall asleep. I hope I never have to deal with a broken air conditioner.

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