I've now received my leaflets/booklets from BLF and this caught my eye - keep your home at a constant temperature.
Do people do this?
Has it helped?
What temperature do you heat your home to (I know personal comfort is an individual thing but I'd be interested to know)?
Do you keep the heating on at night so that your bedroom remains at a constant temperature?
I'm only recently diagnosed (just over two weeks ago) and my COPD is not as advanced as a lot of members on here but I'm learning so much I'd never have thought about.
I'm retired so I tend to have my heating on from about 7.30am to 10.30pm. My living room tends to be around 68F and I find that fairly comfortable when I'm relaxing watching TV etc. My bedroom tends to be about 65F when I go to bed and on the coldest nights can be down to about 57F during the early hours of the morning (when I need the loo!), but I stay warm in bed as I have an all-night electric underblanket and flanelette sheets which keep the bed cosy.