Sleeping in the cold may be better for you than you think.
According to the HuffPost, Dr. Christopher Winter, a medical director at Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Medicine, says a good night's rest may depend on the temperatures in the bedroom.
Winter says rooms should be 60 to 67 degrees Fahrenheit for the best sleep. If the temperature goes above 75 degrees or below 54 degrees, it can lead to issues while sleeping such as tossing and turning.
However, things may be pricey if you lower your thermostat every night in the summer, or in Florida for that matter. Fortunately, there are many products that can help you drop the temperature in your bedroom for a significantly lower cost.