One of the most important factors affecting sleep quality is the temperature of the environment. According to the standard temperatures for rooms determined by the World Health Organization, it is established as 21 degrees for the living room and 18 degrees for the other rooms. However, even if these standards are followed, the temperature felt by the body in a room varies from person to person.
The temperature in the sleeping environment directly affects our sleep quality. For a good sleep, the temperature of the sleeping environment, the humidity, and the indoor air velocity are highly important. Seasonal changes: the effect of cold in winter and warm in summer affect the temperature in the environment. To fall asleep quickly and get a sound and high-quality sleep, your bedroom temperature should meet the required standards.