Sleeping Temperatures

What's your preferred sleeping temperature?

  • warm

    Votes: 10 21.7%
  • cool

    Votes: 31 67.4%
  • other

    Votes: 5 10.9%

  • Total voters
    46
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KimbaFoxNatsume

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Do you prefer your sleeping quarters to be warm, cool, or somewhere in between? I like to be warm. I sort of link it to my ab side, in my mind warm equals ''cared for'' I guess.
 

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Cool. One can always pile on blankets to get warm and then kick a foot out to regulate one's body temperature, but if the room's too warm to begin with, it's a bit harder.
 

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Well, when it comes to room or environmental temperatures I prefer cold so I can turn the heater off and just snuggle up in layers of blankets after having hot cocoa or eggnog. Oh how I miss those nights. I really hope winter will be good this year. It's been warmer than I like it for the past few years.
 

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I like it as warm as possible, I might sweat a bit but it usually cools down a bunch after 12 am
electric blanket was a good buy!
Being cold is painful to me, might have something to do with my AS
 

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Cold, like 60-65 degrees cold. My room has no insulation and I live in Michigan so fellow people from Michigan know my trouble. Anyway I have an electric blanket I keep on low as well. But I also have strange additional sleeping habits
 

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18C.
Perfect Diaper temperature without the sweaty feel, and cold.
 

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I like it slightly cool, but not cold. Upper 60s is about perfect for me. I do have a couple odd sleep habits: I have to have a blanket on, even during the hottest part of summer, and I have to have a fan running, even in the coldest part of winter.
 
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I contradict myself in bed. I have the fan blasting in my face every night. I like the breeze, and it helps with my tinnitus in my ears. It neutralises the ringing. But I like to be warm and cuddly in bed too.

So cold on the outside, warm on the inside. Yeah.. only I understand it.
 

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i keep my thermostat set at about 65 during the winter. I have a big heavy wool blanket that is really warm. last winter, I had my Footie pajamas that I wore every night so I was able to turn it down to 65 to save some energy. Now I don't have my footie pajamas because I wore holes in the feet by the end of last winter
 
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i alwa sleep at room temperature. if its too warm i cant sleep and get stressed out. but too cold and i cant sleep either as im shivering or too cold to be able to sleep.

what can i say im fussy. especially as i dont sleep very well even when i ddo get to sleep i get maybe 4 hours in one go on a good night.

when i tell people i got 6 hours i got 6 hours during the night its never in big block tho as i will alwas keep waking up for no reason.
 
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CrinklySiren

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I can't sleep comfortably unless I'm inside an icebox. I usually put my air down to about 69 degrees AND i turn on the fan. its weird, i like to feel cold and cover up, but i dont like to warm up lol
 

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Well, in Puerto Rico is tropical, temperature usually is 32c/89f ( May to October, night) also depends on the weather and humidity too. I try to be as cold as possible but if the temperature reaches 34c/93f for the night I turn on my AC in my room.
 

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It's nice when you can turn off the AC and don't need the heat yet. Just makes them footies all the better for sleeping.
 

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15C or so.(55-60F.)

Allows for me to make use of awesome sleepers and my down comforter. Prevents a waste of heat as well.
 
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I prefer to get my body adapted to whatever is happening outside. Fewer colds, etc. from the thermoshock, and I can perform better athletically regardless of season.

We don't have AC, except for a little window unit in the bedroom so the wife doesn't kill me in the summer. Typically it only gets used a few days a year when temps get above 95 F (Chicago area). I can take it hotter, she can't. No, its not that crazy. The basement stays relatively cool even on the hottest days, so that's a refuge that doesn't require paying ransom to Commonwealth Edison.

In winter, the thermostat is set at 63 F. One can always add clothes and blankets if necessary.
 

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I like the room on the cool side so I can regulate my sleep temperature by ceiling fan, sheets. Now that it's getting down into the 50's (10's c) I can sleep with the window open, wear my footie PJs I bought a few weeks ago and cuddle with my plushies. Ooh La La
 

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I like things warm but my wife is the opposite, so we keep the house around 68 f. in the winter. I like wearing my footie jammies in the winter, so it works out well.
 
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