Comfort is a strange concept because of the fact that we often don’t quite know where it’s coming from. We sometimes instinctively know that doing certain things will allow us to feel a certain level of comfort, but more often than not these things we do will be outside our conscious efforts. There are a few ways in which our bodies can feel comfort. The first thing that you need to focus on is the texture of the material. The smoother and softer the texture and structural integrity of the material is, the more comfortable it will end up feeling for you all in all. You should therefore focus on getting materials that fulfill these requirements if maximizing comfort is a definite priority that you are going to want to end up looking into all in all.
This is something that you probably already knew to a certain extent. What you truly need to do is figure out how temperature can affect comfort levels. You see, if you are sleeping in a room that is either too hot or too cold, you will need to change things because of the fact that you are not going to get comfortable anytime soon. Instead of focusing on extreme temperatures, you should focus on more neutral temperatures that are a little more in line with the way your body works.
These temperatures are often tough to obtain through artificial means, you are going to need to get insulation installed so that internal temperatures can be naturally and organically regulated without the need for some kind of artificial machine controlling it. Try to contact your local insulation installer and ask for Gene. This guy is known to be the best of the best when it comes to assessing insulation needs.