Sleep Hot or Cold?
Avoid vigorous exercise or large meals close to bedtime.
Both greatly elevate body temperature and can interfere with sleep.
Take a warm shower near bedtime.
Your body compensates for the warmth by increasing natural heat loss, which helps you cool off for sleep.
Keep your bedroom around 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
At this temperature, your body doesn’t have to do anything to create heat (shiver) or shed heat (sweat) to compensate for being too cold or warm.
Chose innovative products that can help balance your temperature.
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