Effects of Temperature on Sleep

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Do you know that your body temperature varies between 96.8 and 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit over each 24 hour cycle? The average adult’s lowest temperature happens at around two hours before waking time. Many studies found that people slept better when their skin was slightly cooled.

 

 

Graph coutesy of National Center on Sleep Disorders Research

Graph courtesy of National Center on Sleep Disorders Research

 

Actrek monitors your skin temperature throughout your day and focuses in during your sleep. By incorporating a multitude of sensors and our patented algorithms on #sleep quality, Actrek provides meaningful feedback so that the user can adjust to get a better night sleep.