The Trick You Need to Try the Next Time You Can't Fall Asleep
Have you ever had one of those nights where you just can’t sleep, no matter what you do? With each wide-eyed moment that passes, you become more and more agitated, prolonging that desired slumber even more.
And the next day at work? Forget about that productive day you had planned. You'll be too busy chugging caffeine and holding your eyelids open (ouch).
Turns out, what you’re sleeping under may be to blame. If your internal temperature is too high when you’re trying to doze off, it can keep you up. But don’t worry—you can still cozy up under your favorite blankets. Just pop a foot on top of the covers and you should cool off just enough to fall asleep.
Wondering why this works? Watch this New York Magazine video to find out why and get one step closer to a good night's sleep. Sweet dreams!
About The Author
Abby is a reporting and evaluation manager at an employee wellness company in Washington, DC. In addition to calculating the health risks for different companies, she also manages and contributes articles to her local gym’s blog. When she’s not crunching numbers or posting content, you can find her taking selfies with her cat (Mildred Meow Meow), hunting down the perfect café, or zipping through the city on her new bike, named Libby. Say hi on Twitter.