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If hot nights are affecting your sleep, this may be because your body temperature can't drop to where it needs to be for a restful night.
Creating a cool, comfortable environment is key to sleeping soundly in the heat. To do this you can:
If these changes don't work, there are other things you can try to improve your sleep overall.
Our Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Dr Maureen Baker, is ready to help. Just drop your comment into our latest Facebook post. She'll pick the best question of the day and post a reply. #askMaureen
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