How to sleep in a heatwave: Do this with your feet before bed to avoid waking up sweating

Sleep is an important part of everyday life. Not having enough can have a detrimental effect on a person’s health, put you in a bad mood and result in lack of focus.

If you don’t get enough sleep you can be at risk of serious medical conditions like obesity, heart disease and diabetes.

During a heatwave it can become stressful when lying in bed unable to keep cool, making it hard to drift off and then stay asleep.

Silent Night sleep expert, Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, says in order for people to sleep well, there needs to be &ld…
Daily Express :: Health Feed

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