6 strangely effective sleep tips you haven’t tried before (New York Post)
By Lauren Steussy, October 22, 2018
Experts share quick tips to help set you up to catch some primo z’s.
A cold room — between 60 and 67 degrees — is best for sleep, says Dr. Alex Dimitriu, a psychiatrist and sleep doctor based in California. When your body temperature drops, he says, it signals that it’s time to slow down. Use blankets, rather than heat, to get warm once you’re in bed.
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