With so much sleep advice out there, you’re probably wondering what to read first .We’ve all got that one friend who can nod off anywhere — the subway, the dental chair, you name it. And you likely know at least one person who can’t rest without their perfectly firm pillow and white noise machine cranked full-blast.

What Is the Best Temperature for Sleep?

Being in a comfortable environment is essential for healthy sleep. Keeping your sleeping quarters at a temperature near 65°F (18.3°C), give or take a few degrees, is ideal.

Your body’s temperature decreases during sleep, and a cool, but not cold, room will help you settle into and maintain sleep throughout the night.

Infants may need a slightly higher room temperature for sleep, but you’ll want to avoid turning up the thermometer more than a few extra degrees so their little bodies won’t get overheated.

Avoid caffeine in the afternoon or evening

Drinking caffeinated coffee, tea, or soda into the afternoon and evening may make it difficult to fall asleep at night. Instead, drink decaffeinated beverages after a certain time of day to avoid unwanted alertness when it’s time to go to bed.

Embrace the quiet

Your bedroom should be free from noise that may distract you from falling asleep or wake you up in the middle of the night. Keep gadgets that may buzz or beep away from your bedroom and consider a white noise machine or earplugs if you are unable to block out noises made by others.

The bottom line

Make sure the temperature where you sleep is on the cool side before you close your eyes at night. This will help your chances of getting a healthy and uninterrupted amount of sleep every night.

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