I think I know why I often have to turn two full 360 degree turns over the course of the half hour to one hour before I fall asleep. (I'm one of those furnaces who never has a problem staying warm - climbing under freezing sheets even in the deep winter, is only a problem for about 30 seconds before I start kicking them off.) Anyway, when I get ready to sleep, I place as much of my body on cool sheets as possible, but after 10-15 minutes, the sheets under my body warm up and I want to move positions to lie on cool sheets again. I am not sure if simply turning the temp down will help me, since it cools the parts I don't want cooled but doesn't cool the parts against the sheets. I was thinking maybe the materials in my sheets or mattress? Anyone have any advice on how to 'keep me sheets cool'??