A new survey came up with the formula for a perfect night of sleep. It includes going to bed at 10:37 P.M. . . . using two pillows and a thick comforter . . . and wearing cotton pajamas.
A new survey came up with the formula for a perfect night of sleep. Don’t worry . . . there’s no math required. Which is good, because I’m pretty sure the anxiety from forcing you to do math to sleep would lead to a BAD night of sleep.
Here are all of the elements for the best possible night of sleep . . .
1. Go to bed at 10:37 P.M.
2. Use two pillows.
3. Use the thickest comforter you can buy.
4. Wear cotton pajamas.
5. Wear socks.
The survey also found people sleep an average of 40 minutes less from October through February than they do during warmer months.