Can I Prevent Insomnia in the Summer Heat?
14 Jul 2013
It's been a long hot day; you've done lots of walking, socialising, and have had loads of fresh air leaving you feeling really tired. Then, you get into bed ready to fall blissfully to sleep...yet, no matter what you do, you just can't sleep properly.
How to Help
Unfortunately, for those of you in warmer conditions right now, it has been proven that humans tend to sleep best between 18 and 23 degrees Celsius, which means unless you've got air con around, your chances of a good night's sleep are significantly reduced.
However, it isn't just heat that prevents you from sleeping in the summer. The summer lifestyle often includes later eating and drinking throughout the day, which can keep you awake. Drinking caffeine past 12pm can be enough to affect your sleeping pattern, and if you drink caffeine past 2pm, you are even more likely to have disrupted sleep.
Ultimately we know that sometimes no matter what you do to help yourself sleep, often you just don't get a good night’s rest. This is likely to leave you feeling and looking worn out. Although we can't help how you feel, we can help the way you look.
Your local sk:n clinic will have an expert dermatologist who will give you a skin consultation and tell you how rejuvenation can help you. This skin treatment will help you to glow once more, and overcome the effects of tiredness, ageing and even acne scarring. Don't hesisitate in finding out which treatment is best for you.