Are you struggling to sleep through these hot summer nights? With nighttime temperatures hanging around the mid to late 20s it is important to keep your body cool this summer and maintain a regular body temperature between 36.5 degrees to 37.5 degrees Celsius. When your body temperature goes above this optimal temperature, your body clock can go out of sync making it difficult to fall and remain asleep.
Fortunately, there are some simple solutions to try to give yourself the refreshing sleep you need. Read on to discover how to beat the heat and get a better night’s sleep.
Cool down your body
Stay cool in bed
Create a cool bedroom
Following a few of these solutions should help you achieve a better and much cooler night’s sleep. If you are still struggling to fall asleep or you aren’t having a quality night’s sleep no matter how hard you have tried, you may be suffering from sleep apnoea, which is a common and serious sleep disorder that blocks your upper airway and causes breathing to stop during sleep. Dr Levi is a snoring and sleep apnoea specialist with over 20 years’ experience. Dr Levi’s Sleep Clinic uses the latest technological advancements to offer customised solutions that work. Don’t waste another night of sleep – call Dr Levi on (02) 9283 1900 or book a consultation today.