With Summer upon us the rise in temperature can make it more difficult to sleep at night. More than 58% of us Brits say our sleep habits are affected by the weather, with 41% losing sleep due to overheating and 42% wake up in the night because of the heat*.
So what's the best way to get to sleep on hot and humid nights? Our sleep expert, Dr Nerina, says; "Ideally, in order for us to sleep well, there needs to be a fractional temperature difference between our body and our brain - a warm body and a cool head! When the outdoor temperature rises this becomes more difficult but there are plenty of things you can do to beat the heat".
Follow Dr Nerina's top tips to keep cool and get a great night's sleep in the heat: