Sleeping like a baby with this simple bedroom tweak

No tablets, no counting sheep


Hey, Matt Cook here, and I’ve discovered a simple trick that could help you wake up feeling refreshed and energized and sleep deeply.

It’s not a tablet or a complicated gadget…

…it’s something so simple, you’ll be amazed.

I’m going to show you how a tiny change in temperature could be the key to the best sleep of your life…

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Sleeping like a baby with this simple bedroom tweak

Sleep is absolutely essential for human health.

Cancer, dementia, and obesity are just some of the major diseases which are associated with decreased and broken sleep.

Sometimes there are underlying health problems which interfere with sleep.

But some cultures, particularly American culture, place a very low value on sleep, and many people choose to sleep very little at the expense of their health.

Sleep gets more important as we age – and it becomes more difficult to sleep well in later years.

That’s why sleep hacks like the one discovered in this experiment are so important.

It shows that keeping the skin just a little warmer can lead to massive improvements in sleep quality in older people.

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The human research was carried out at the Institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences in Amsterdam. This paper was published in Brain.

“With aging, an increasingly disturbed sleep is reported as a significant complaint affecting the health and well-being of many people.”

If you have sleep problems you know that they can be difficult to treat. Sleep treatments are extremely problematic.

There is a very long list of supplements and lifestyle interventions that can fix your sleep problems, but it can take a while to figure out what works for you.

“The available treatments for sleep disturbance have their limitations, so we have adopted a different approach to the improvement of sleep.”

Prior studies had shown that increasing skin temperature seems to activate areas in the brain which are associated with better sleep.

“In animal and human studies skin warming has been found to increase neuronal activity in brain areas that are critically involved in sleep regulation.”

So these researchers carried out an experiment whereby they increased skin temperature just a small amount to see what effect this might have on sleep quality.

“We investigated whether subtle skin temperature manipulations could improve human sleep.”

The researchers used a sleep suit which carefully controlled the temperature of the skin.

They found that increasing skin temperature by less than half a degree had profound benefits on sleepiness.

“By employing a thermosuit to control skin temperature during nocturnal sleep, we demonstrate that induction of a mere 0.4 degrees C increase in skin temperature suppresses nocturnal wakefulness.”

The increase in skin temperature was not enough to alter the core body temperature.

Increasing core temperature can actually have a detrimental effect on sleep.

Increasing skin temperature also helps people to get more deep, restful sleep.

“This increase, whilst not altering core temperature, also shifts sleep to deeper stages.”

The effect was particularly prominent in those with sleep problems – older people and those with existing sleep issues.

“The effect was observed in young and, especially, in elderly and insomniac participants.”

The experimental procedure was enough to double the amount of critical slow-wave sleep in older people.

“Elderly subjects showed such a pronounced sensitivity, that the induced 0.4 degrees C increase in skin temperature was sufficient to almost double the proportion of nocturnal slow wave sleep.”

The procedure also destroyed the likelihood of early waking – something which becomes a more common problem the older we get.

“In elderly subjects, this decreased the probability of early morning awakening from 0.58 to 0.04.”

Making the skin just a little bit warmer can have profound effects on common, age-related sleep problems which have major knock-on effects on overall health.

“Therefore, skin warming strongly improved the two most typical age-related sleep problems; a decreased slow wave sleep and an increased risk of early morning awakening.”

It seems that there are a number of ways to achieve this effect.

Aside from the thermal suit used in these experiments, there is the option of having a temperature-controlled bed.

I think it might be simpler and even more effective to experiment with wearing different clothes during sleep, or adding a heavier bedsheet…

…something which is just enough to insulate the skin, increasing skin temperature without making you overheat.

Now, wearing a thermal suit or investing in a temperature-controlled suit in general, isn’t a bad strategy…

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Skin deep: enhanced sleep depth by cutaneous temperature manipulation