Because we believe we can be more efficient by targeting only the head/neck area.

Most medical studies around the impact of temperature on sleep are focused on one area of the body (we quoted a few studies in our Science page). This is because body temperature regulation is a complex process.

Here's some additional medical evidence: Cooling the brain during sleep may be an easy, natural and effective treatment for insomnia

Each part of the body plays a different role in regulating "core temperature". The extremities (feet, hands, head/neck) play an outsized role in temperature regulation. But while the head needs to be cooled down to induce sleep, the opposite is true for our feet! (they should be warmed up)

That's the reason why we decided to focus on the head/neck. We believe it is more efficient to help people fall asleep.
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