Study: Sleeping in a cool room can be better for your health

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A study says sleeping in a cool room can be good for your health.

Doctors at the Charlottesville Neurology and Sleep Center say temperatures above 75 degrees and below 54 degrees can disrupt restful sleep.

They say a cooler room helps you fall asleep faster, give you a better night’s sleep and releases more anti-aging hormones.

The study also found people who slept in a 66 degree room burned more calories asleep than resting while awake.

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