Managing Body Temperature = Healthy Sleep
Core body temperature has a lot to do with how well you sleep.
Your temperature can effect your quality of your sleep.
Body temperatures fluctuate during sleep and can cause interruptions to your sleep patterns.
Studies indicate that some forms of insomnia are associated with an improper regulation in body temperature.
When you fall asleep your body temperature decreases by 1 to 2 degrees.
Folks that struggle to reach the optimal body temperature for sleep, in either hot or cold sleep environments
may leads to restlessness, difficulty falling asleep or maintaining sleep, and fragmented sleep.
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