Did you know that in most cases, if you are sleeping and the temperatures rise above 75 degrees it will most likely wake you up?
The exact temperature can vary from person to person, and while scientists have not agreed on an ideal temperature for sleep, they do agree that a slightly cool room temperature can help most go to sleep.
Our body temperature falls during sleep and can reach its lowest point about four hours after we fall asleep.
So for those of us who are awake because of the heat, here are some useful tips on how to sleep well during these hot summer nights.
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