Rather than having pounding heated conventional heat entering my bedroom all day, which forces the air conditioning system to work harder during the day, I can prevent the heat from rising in the first place
I’m one of those types of unlucky people who is not good at sleeping. I do not understand how people can lie down on a couch or a bed and instantly drift off for the night. I’ve never been blessed in this area and I do not think that this will ever change. I have found a few things that help me to sleep better, though. The first thing that I must have is a super cool and dry environment to sleep in. I like to have ice cold air all around me so that I can snuggle up in my blankets and feel very safe and secure. Additionally, it helps when the air is moving to some degree instead of staying stagnant. I like the feeling of a breeze across my body so I can hide from it in my warm bed, and lastly, I can tell you that I definitely need some kind of blackout curtain in order to sleep properly. I cannot get a single wink unless my room is perfectly dark. Thank God, it turns out that there are blackout insulating curtains which helped you and both of these areas! With my blackout insulating curtains I am able to keep my bedroom cooler all morning long by blocking out the morning light. Rather than having pounding heated conventional heat entering my bedroom all day, which forces the air conditioning system to work harder during the day, I can prevent the heat from rising in the first place. My blackout curtains do a wonderful job to insulate my high quality indoor air from my central A/C system, and they work wonders for keeping my room beautifully dark all night and morning.