The Science Behind Sleeping With Your Socks On

Do you have trouble sleeping? You might even be reading this article at night since you can’t sleep. Well, before you keep reading, stop and put on a pair of socks. Yes, socks! Science is showing that wearing socks to bed can not only help you fall asleep faster but give you better optimal sleep.

Read on to learn the science behind why wearing socks equates to a better night’s sleep.

For some people, being a morning person just comes naturally. But if you think waking up at the crack of dawn, all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed may seem like an impossible task, you’re not alone. Although it can be hard leaving the comfort of your cozy bed, even if sunlight enters your room, staying curled up in your duvet may not actually be attributed to suspected laziness.

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