Sleeping in a hot room not only makes us uncomfortable and sweaty, but we also miss out on a lot of benefits that we could get just by sleeping in a cold room. Setting the temperature to around 65°F could make all the difference between a poor night’s sleep and a night of peaceful sleep.
Bright Side wants you to make the most out of your slumber, so we listed some of the advantages of making your room cooler when you go to sleep.
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By James J. McKenna Ph.D. Edmund P. Joyce C.S.C. Chair in Anthropology Director, Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep…
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