The only time a restless night sounds good is in the lyrics of a song. If you’ve been having trouble sleeping, especially during these steaming summer nights, a temperature change may do the trick! According to a recent study, cooler room temperatures of about 65-68 degrees at bedtime flips your brain and body’s “time for bed” switch and helps you fall asleep faster. But, before you think the only way is shivering your way to slumber land, we promise that’s not the case! The trick to great sleep is actually keeping your body at about 90-degrees, so pay attention to the layers of clothing, sheets, blankets and duvets that you use. They all help maintain the toasty body temperature in a cool environment!

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