Student Health

Too hot to sleep? 10 ways to beat the heat and sleep soundly

Sunshine is vital for our health. The main benefit of sunlight is in producing Vitamin D which helps us metabolise calcium that is needed to build healthy bones. It also helps prevent SAD. However, these positive effects can quickly become undone when we can’t sleep because of the heat and humidity.

Most scientists agree that, in general, a cool room helps you to get to sleep easier. Some suggest that, if you are sleeping in temperatures above 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees C) you will wake up.

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