14 Tips For A Better Sleep From The “Sleep Doctor”

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 2. Keep it cool

The sleep inducing hormone, melatonin, is activated by a lower body temperature. Increase melatonin production through the night by keeping your room cool anywhere between 65-75 degrees.

 3. Paralysis happens during sleep

If you ever wake up in the middle of the night and can’t move, it’s probably ok. Our body goes into a natural paralysis during REM sleep so that we won’t physically act out our dreams. There is actually a disorder where some people do not go into paralysis and start acting out their dreams in real life, not good!

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