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  • Should I pursue a regular sleep schedule?
    Yes. Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day (even on the weekends or during holidays) helps to train your body to truly sleep when you need it to. Good sleep should be treated as a necessity, not a luxury.
  • When should I seek professional help for sleep issues?
    If you consistently have difficulty falling or staying asleep, experience excessive daytime sleepiness, or have other persistent sleep problems, consult a healthcare professional or sleep specialist. There are lots of things you can do to get the most out of sleep, but some circumstances require trained medical intervention.
  • Can naps during the day help me sleep better at night?
    A nap shorter than 30 minutes during the day can be beneficial for alertness or performance. However, long or irregular napping during the day can interfere with your ability to properly sleep at night even when using a thermal neutral sleeping pod.
  • How much good sleep do I need each night?
    Most adults need an average of seven to nine hours of good sleep each night. However, your individual needs may vary from time to time. Pay attention to how you feel during the day when determining how much sleep you need. You may need additional sleep if you are stressed or feeling ill.
  • What should I wear while sleeping in the pod?
    Wear polyester, nylon, or silk as the base layer of clothing. Avoid cotton, spandex, rayon, or acrylic. Moisture control is an important factor in how the sleeping pod works. Heat travels much faster through moisture than dry air, so the presence of moisture can quickly cause you to freeze or overheat. Clothing which traps moisture actively works against the thermal neutral state that the sleeping pod is trying to regulate for you.
  • What else can I do to help myself sleep at night?
    Ensure the room you are sleeping in is dark, quiet, and cool. These are all easier to do while using your sleeping pod. You can also consider installing blackout curtains, using earplugs, wearing a sleeping mask, or turning on a white noise machine. Invest in a comfortable mattress and pillows. You'll likely spend about a third of your life trying to sleep. Invest on making it worth your time.
  • How do the products keep me thermal neutral?
    Our products are built with a unique foam unlike any other. The foam extracts excess moisture while retaining just the right amount of heat, allowing you to stay thermal neutral for as long as you need. No other foam or insulative material on the market does this. You don't have to just "survive" extreme cold temperatures, you can be comfortable too.
  • Can my diet affect my ability to sleep?
    Yes. Avoid heavy meals, caffeine, and alcohol close to bedtime. A small amount of sleep-promoting foods like warm milk, nuts, or foods rich in tryptophan just before bedtime can help.
  • Can electronics affect my ability to sleep?
    The blue light emitted by screens can interfere with the production of melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep. If possible, limit your screen time before bed and consider using "night mode" on your devices.
  • What is the "Thermal Neutral Zone"?
    A "Thermal Neutral State" refers to the ambient temperature at which the body feels the most comfortable. A "Thermal Neutral Zone" refers to the temperature range at which the body can maintain a thermal neutral state. When the body is comfortable, it is able to perform at its best—even at rest.
  • Does my daily physical activity impact my ability to sleep?
    Yes. Regular exercise can improve sleep quality. Aim for at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise on most days but avoid vigorous exercise close to bedtime.
  • Can developing a bedtime routine help condition me for a good night's sleep?
    In addition to going to bed at the same time every night, a regular bedtime routine can help signal to your body that it's time to wind down. Activities like reading, taking a warm bath, or practicing relaxation techniques can be part of a calming routine.
  • How does being thermal neutral help me sleep better?
    During sleep, the body enters various cycles of healing and repair. Staying thermal neutral allows the body to start and finish these processes without being interrupted by variations in temperature. Temperature variations are a common reason that sleep gets interrupted because the body's temperature naturally fluctuates as part of these healing cycles.
  • How important is sleep in regards to my overall health and well-being?
    Sleep affects us mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Regularly getting good sleep can have a positive impact on how our bodies are able to deal with and potentially overcome various medical issues. Good sleep requires us to enter and stay in our self-healing cycles during sleep. Various studies have shown that good sleep can positively affect depression, weight loss, physical agility, memory, mental acuity, diabetes, mood, heart disease, and concentration.
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