Many adults have security blankets. They just come in the form of the absolute need to sleep under a comforter or a sheet, even on nights when it’s hotter than the kitchen on Chopped.
The explanation is similar to the science behind weighted blankets: Blankets are associated with higher levels of serotonin and dopamine. Feeling even the slightest bit bundled can cause deep pressure stimulation, which helps to regulate your parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems (the things in charge of our bodies while we’re at rest and on the go).
But a cool temperature is another main key to a restful sleep. If you and your significant other are in a perpetual argument about the temperature of your room at night, whoever votes for cold is technically right. The National Sleep Foundation suggests that 60