A new survey came up with the formula for a perfect night of sleep. Don’t worry . . . there’s no math required. Which is good, because I’m pretty sure the anxiety from forcing you to do math to sleep would lead to a BAD night of sleep.
Here are all of the elements for the best possible night of sleep . . .
- Go to bed at 10:37 P.M.
- Use two pillows.
- Use the thickest comforter you can buy.
- Wear cotton pajamas.
- Wear socks.
The survey also found people sleep an average of 40 minutes less from October through February than they do during warmer months.