To stay healthy, productive, and enjoy the benefits of a good lifestyle, we all need our sleep. In today’s pattern of constant distractions in the form of mobile communications, social media, events and remote working; getting a good night’s sleep can be challenging.
Whether you’re worrying about an important meeting or an exam, you need to give your body the best possible chance of getting in a night’s rest. In both summer and winter it can be challenging to achieve the right temperature in your bedroom, and rising energy costs have placed further limitations on many people.
The Right Room Temperature
If you want to learn how to sleep better, go to the professionals. The American health site, WebMd, has a fascinating article about improving your sleep habit. It starts by addressing a mistake that most of us make: not setting the room temperature to body’s optimum comfort level.