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I have heard that some people have aircons running at 25 24/7 to keep bubs room stable temp do you if so why? Does it help sleep?

Posted anonymously, 8th September 2016

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  • We don’t have air conditioning and had to use fans and heaters, but only for short bursts.

  • 25 seems a bit hot for 24/7! I never had temperature control for my babies. My son and daughter in law have a thermometer temp gauge thing in my grandsons room tho

  • I bought a Gro egg and adjust temperatures accordingly with an oil heater or vornado fan.

  • I’m not a fan of that method. You can buy thermometers that tell you the temp of bubs room and then how do dress them accordingly so they don’t overheat.

  • I don’t. Obviously watch if it gets really cold but as log as Bub has adequate blankets and temperature appropriate blankets there is no need to set temperatures especially as high as 25!! Air conditioners also dry the air out … My opinion is no… Don’t do it!

  • I don’t think it necessary. As long as its at a comfortable temp for you bubs will be fine. My doctors did mention in winter when the temp drops at night bub may get a bit sniffly so it ok to have the heater on very low to eliminate the chill but other than that it should be fine

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