10 Things That Disturb Your Sleep, and How to Beat Them

THE THERMOSTAT


Bump the thermostat down at least a few degrees before hitting the sack to keep the bedroom from being warmer than ideal for sleeping — the core body temperature is supposed to drop a few degrees at night. Experts say 65 degrees is ideal for quality shut-eye, but several degrees lower is best for people who like to sleep under heavy covers. Breathable pajamas and layers of bedding that can be added or removed can be key to snoozing comfortably.

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