Can't sleep in the heat? A hot bath could be the solution

It sounds illogical to submerge yourself in hot water when it’s baking hot outside, but science backs up the theory.

A report in the Sleep Medical Reviews journal revealed that both sleep and body core temperature is regulated by the brain’s circadian clock which drives the 24-hour patterns of sleep and wakefulness.

Our body temperature is lowest while we are sleeping, and the drop in body temperature after a bath helps to prepare us for sleep.

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