On German Sleep Day, which falls on June 21, the director of the multidisciplinary sleep center in the German city of Klingenmünster, researcher Hans-Günter Weiss, said sleep quality can be improved by following simple steps, adding, “Instead of exercising late or eating large meals, you should wind down about an hour before bed.
He complained about the growing phenomenon of a “non-stop society” in Germany, where everyone can be reached 24 hours a day. “Even emails are answered in bed,” Weiss explained. Sleep mode continues. On today’s hot nights, he advised taking a hot shower and drinking hot drinks before going to bed. “We need to lower the basal body temperature to sleep, which we achieve by warming the surface of the skin,” he said.
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