If you’ve ever experienced waking up in sweaty sheets, sweat-soaked pj’s, and a hairdo that looks like you just finished a challenging spin class, then you know trying to sleep when you're hot is no fun. You stick one leg out, and it’s too cold, you put both under, it’s too hot. You turn on the fan, and you go back and forth between loving it and hating it.
You’re not alone. Millions of adults have the same struggle. So what do you do about it? Well, did you know there is actually an optimal temperature for sleeping? That’s right, some smarty-pants scientists did their thing and determined the best temperature for sleeping.