Does the "cool factor" work?


The term "cool factor" could colloquially refer to the perceived attractiveness or desirability of something. In the context of physical wellness, it might relate to actual body temperature, where maintaining a cool body temperature during sleep is essential. According to the Mind Pump Podcast, a cool body temperature at night sends signals to the body and brain that it's time to sleep, promoting better sleep quality 1.

Natural Sleep Solutions

Sal and Adam discuss natural ways to improve sleep quality, including regulating body temperature, avoiding electronics before bed, and getting sunlight during the day. They also mention the benefits of using certain tools, like the juve light and chiliPAD, to supplement these natural methods.

Mind Pump Podcast

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