Optimizing Your Alaskan Room for Sleep0

The cold tundra of Alaska is inhabited by over 700,000 people. They live, work, play, and sleep in a subarctic climate that rarely reaches 80 degrees Fahrenheit annually. The low temperatures can reach negative 50 degrees Fahrenheit in some areas.

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