Too Hot to Sleep?

If you're not getting enough sleep, call the sleep specialists at Bon Secours Hospital for an appointment in our Sleep LabIf the recent heatwaves are keeping you up at night, taking a shower right before bed may help lower your body temperature, according to the National Sleep Foundation.

If you run the fan, make sure you keep the bedroom door open to improve air flow. Change out of sweaty bed clothes if you wake up in the middle of the night.

Remember, hot air rises. Consider sleeping downstairs if you live in a house with an upstairs.

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