Your body temperature rises to help wake you up. Take advantage of it with a workout; late-day exercise raises core temperature and can interfere with sleep.
Make sure you enjoy the last of your coffee by noon.
Caffeine can stay in your system for more than seven hours, increasing body temperature and causing restless sleep.
The best sleep happens when your body is “thermally neutral”; it doesn’t need to create heat (shiver) or release it (sweat). To sleep best, the ideal bedroom temperature is 65 to 68 degrees.
After you go to bed, your body temperature drops during sleep and your head, hands and feet release heat. Our temperature balancing bedding absorbs excess heat, keeping you warm enough to fall asleep and cool enough to stay asleep. Game changer.