Warm Up to Wind Down: How to Use Temperature to Improve Sleep! by Dr. Heidi Renner

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Warm Up to Wind Down: How to Use Temperature to Improve Sleep!

A bubble bath is an amazing way to wind down after a long day, but a nice cup of hot herbal tea can have the same effect on our bodies. When our bodies drop in temperature, it triggers sleep signals. 

If you raise your body temperature with a mug of warm, decaffeinated tea or take a warm shower or bath, as our body temperature comes back down, it helps prepare us for sleep. 

Yogi Teas Bedtime
Yogi Teas Bedtime $17
Soothing blend of herbs traditionally used for centuries to promote relaxation and sleep.
Now Foods Tea Bags
Now Foods Tea Bags $4.50
A mellow nighttime herbal tea blend.
Twinings Nightly Calm Herbal Tea Keurig K-Cups
Twinings Nightly Calm Herbal Tea Keurig K-Cups $24
Includes two boxes, each box contains 12 K-cups.

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Donna John
Think I need to buy some bedtime tea for my Kuerig! Thanks for the tip, Dr. Heidi Renner!
Dr. Shayna Mancuso
Love this tip!! Taking that extra 20-30 minutes to wind down in the ways you described can really help so much!

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