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

The body's thermoregulation is a complex phenomenon, in which each part of the body acts differently through vasodilation and vasoconstriction mechanisms. For example, warming the hands can help cool them down, because by warming the hands, more blood (at 37°C) flows into them, increasing the exposure between the blood and the room (generally cooler than 37°C) and thus allowing more blood to cool down. Therefore, by learning precisely how to regulate a specific area, Moona operates with optimal efficiency.

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).

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

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