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How sleeping without a blanket can affect your body

Many people can’t imagine sleeping without a blanket or a sheet because it hinders the quality of sleep. Sleeping with a blanket or a duvet drops the core temperature of our body while sleeping. Furthermore, it is an important part to sleep at bedtime with a blanket because it helps in adjusting the body without tossing and turning at night.

Considering all the facts, it has been discovered that sleeping without a blanket is proved beneficial for health as it can make you fall asleep easier and faster. We at talesation, are also not comfortable sleeping without blankets, but we would be giving it a try after finding out how they can affect our body.

1. It boosts metabolism

Falling asleep with a blanket makes us feel comfortable and warm, but it is really hard for people sleeping without it. However, sleeping without a blanket can reduce a few pounds. If you’re sleeping in a colder place, it boosts your metabolism by increasing the quantity of brown fat within your body. The term brown fat doesn’t seem to appear good as it burns calories faster by allowing your body to get rid of additional blood sugar.

2. You sleep quickly without a blanket

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Due to increasing cold outside, we prefer sleeping with layers of blankets to keep ourselves warm. The cooling temperature affects the quality of our sleep as our body temperature starts dropping before sleeping prior to 30 or 90 minutes. However, if the surrounding environment is too warm then your body starts wasting more energy to regulate the temperature. This will ultimately allow you to stay awake for a longer time.

3. Quality of your sleep will improve

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It had happened so many times with you that you woke up in the middle of the night feeling so hot that you just kick off your blanket. There is a scientific explanation for this situation. If you’re sleeping at a cooler temperature, it makes you fall asleep faster than sleeping at a warm temperature. The temperature falls down to 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit which is the best temperature for sleeping. Higher temperatures will make you get up more tiring even if you have taken enough sleep.

4. It improves skin

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Sleeping in warm and heavy blankets can disturb your sleep with a specific breakout known as sweat pimples. There are certain blankets made of synthetic fabrics that don’t allow our body to control the temperature and we feel warm which causes sweating. Sweating with heat and friction can open our pores which result in acne.