so, for the last few months ive been looking into finding a solution for a problem ive had for a while, I am a very hot sleeper, I fucking heat up the bed and toss and turn and its very uncomfortabl
so, I went looking online for solutions, and I came up with a "mattress" cooling solution, and a weird fan system, the bed cooling solution actually cools water (to a very "meh" capacity, it makes it technically "not warm" but not very cool unless you put some heavy insulation on it), and the fan thingy claims to cool you down, but it seems that all it does in that aspect is just be a regular fan under the blanket
so I got to wondering, what the hell, why dont I just get an air conditioner instead of the fucking fan thingy and provide active cooling
but then this brought on more questions:
How do I direct the AC air at my bed
why not then just make a small portion of my apt. cooler so I can keep the water cooling system cold aswell so it can cool the bed better (it can cool the water lower than room temperature, but not to an objective degree, it depends on the ambient temperature)
so I got into searching how could I keep a portion of my room enclosed, and I came up with either one of those weird-ass bed covers, or with a small insulated tent to put the bed in
but at that point, now I am:
Running a full blown AC
Insulating part of the room I am in
running the bed cooling system
and at taht point it feels like I am jsut making a room in the house so I can sleep, is it even economical at this point?will it even work? if the main point was to keep the bed cool, would keeping all the air around the bed cool also work?
so I do have a few questions or requests for suggestions if y'all ahve any
if I set a portable ac in an enclosed environemnt (that would be within another enclosed environment, the apt) will it cool the area its inside relatively to the temperature outside, or would it be futile and not go lower than say 68? can I "funnel" the ac air to the bed?