A Warm Bedtime Bath Can Help You Cool Down And Sleep Better

Graduate student¬†Shahab Haghayegh¬†has long had trouble sleeping. But when the biomedical engineering student began his doctoral program at the University of Texas at Austin five years ago, his issues worsened. “I would go to bed at 3 or 4 a.m. and wake up at 8 a.m.,” he says. The exhausted Haghayegh was getting an average of just 4 or 5 hours sleep a night.

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