As temperatures soar, slumber can sometimes feel like an elusive oasis in a desert of heat. We don’t sleep as well if we feel hot and sweaty. Also, if our body is too busy trying to stay cool, it won’t be able to get proper restorative rest.
Our goal is to protect our sleep the best way we can during the summer. We tend to sleep less because the days are longer and brighter with rising temperatures. Then, we begin the winter months with an accumulated sleep debt, which we always want to avoid.
Below are my tips for getting a good night’s sleep when the weather is intent on turning your bedroom into a sauna.
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