Can’t Sleep? Blame It On The Weatherman
Lots of stuff can happen to mess with your sleep. Dogs bark. Neighbors buy new stereos. Police cars do that “whoop whoop” thing. There’s really no limit to the number of unpredictable occurrences that can keep you up at night.
But let’s talk about the predictable ones. As surely as U.S. election seasons are too long, there are changes that take place on a regular basis which can significantly impact your sleep.
Think about it: If you live in a part of the country where temperatures take a pronounced dip when fall kicks in, have you heard the cooler, drier nights referred to as “good sleeping weather?” There’s conclusive evidence that the phenomenon is real.
Conversely, in the dead of winter you may find it too cold to sleep as soundly as usual. And it’s not just temperature change. Winter months’ decreased daylight can cause your body to produce more melatonin, making you feel sluggish and inclined to sleep more.
Then there are the effects of lunar cycles. Some people are profoundly flummoxed by each month’s full moon, suffering bouts of insomnia every 28 days. And don’t even get us started on Daylight Saving Time.
Given that so many things are out of your control, sleep-wise, doesn’t it make sense to control the things you can? With seven times greater thermal conductivity than traditional memory foam, YogaGel™ is designed to keep you cool and comfortable whatever the weather.
And with a 365-night no-risk trial—four full seasons—you’ll know for certain that Yogabed is right for you.
As for barking dogs and whooping cop cars, there are solutions for those too.