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Losing Sleep Over Being Hot?


If you're like me you like to be warm when you are hanging out around the house, but when you sleep, that's an entirely different story. To ensure a good night's sleep, try and keep the temperature (in your bedroom at least) around 65-70 degrees Fahrenheit.

Sleeping in lower temperatures should mean a better night's sleep.

Fit's Tip: Try not to load up on the blankets either. Think about all of the times you have woken up and thrown the blankets off of you -- it definitely does not make for a peaceful night's sleep.

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