It's not just about having the perfect diet or the best trainers. It’s about recovering and adding to your overall health with sufficient quality sleep.
There are four main factors that contribute to your sleep quality:
Typically, a lot of attention is concentrated on the first three factors. Though we don't often consider temperature when we think about the quality of our sleep.
But here's the thing...
When you control your sleep temperature you fall asleep faster and achieve deeper, more restorative sleep. You wake up more refreshed and maintain better energy levels throughout the day.
How does Chili Sleep work?
Chili Sleep uses water to generate a wide range of in-bed temperature control in our cooling mattress pad. Similar to the semi-conductor technology that cools your computer, water passes by the chip, and depending on the direction of electron flow, the water is cooled or heated.
The water flows through soft coils in the mattress pad, actively adjusting the temperature of the surface of the bed. There is nothing but water flowing through the mattress pad — temperature changes happen in the control unit placed conveniently beside the bed. You can easily switch from a warm electric blanket alternative to a comfortable cooling mattress pad.
The Chili Sleep OOLER App allows you to optimize your sleep schedule with customizable sleep temperature options. With the push of a button, you can choose your nightly temperature or set a weekly schedule that works for you.
“Sleeping in a cold environment is one of the best hacks I have for enhancing my deep sleep percentages and getting to sleep faster. The only tool I've found that consistently allows me to attain relaxing cold during sleep - even after workouts or a heavy meal - is the Chili-pad.
This thing is a total game changer for enhancing your rest and relaxation. If you haven't experienced cold circulating under your body while you're sleeping, you're missing out on true, restorative deep sleep!" – Ben
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