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Menopause and Lack of Sleep

Posted by Stephanie on 8th Jul 2019

It’s well known that one of the many unsavory side effects of menopause is overheating (hot flashes). These flashes of overwhelming heat can happen at any time, and are frequently uncomfortable, so
Sleeping is easier when it’s cool, but sometimes it’s hard to stay cool throughout the night. If you don’t have central air conditioning, staying cool can be rough. Mattresses and sheets get hot, p
What’s the ideal temperature for you to get a good night’s sleep? According to the latest research, most people prefer cooler temperatures. Something between 60 and 67 degrees Fahrenheit is optimal,
5 Secrets to Getting Great Sleep on a Hot Night

Posted by Andi on 30th May 2019

Few activities are more miserable than trying to get to sleep during a heat wave when you have no air conditioning. Although the situation is never ideal, sometimes it still happens to us, especial

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