I’m a sleep expert and my clever duvet hack makes it so much easier to get a good rest in the hot weather | The Sun

AS THE warmer weather sets, it may mean that sweatier nights are on the horizon – throwing our sleeping patterns easily off track.

Fear not, however, as there is a simple trick to ensure your sleep isn’t as easily disrupted, according to a sleep expert.

James Wikson, aka The Sleep Geek, has revealed the duvet hack he swears by when sharing a bed that is guaranteed to give you a better night’s rest.

Speaking on behalf of Spin Genie, James reveals that ensuring you and your partner have separate duvets is key to regulating your temperature when the nights get warmer.

He explains: “If you have a partner, sleep with two duvets instead of one.

"Usually in Northern European countries, like Denmark or Norway, couples have two duvets, so each person has their own when sleeping.

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"They think we in the UK are bonkers – why would you share a duvet?

"If you’re a hot sleeper, laying next to someone, they’re coming into your side of the bed, that makes you hot!"

James says that women are particularly susceptible to becoming too hot at night.

“Women in particular, because of the week before and during your period, your core temperature is a little bit too hot for sleep," he adds.

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"So if you've got someone next to you, making you hotter, that's not good.

"Also, you might like a light duvet to sleep with, but your partner might still like a heavy duvet – one person in this relationship becomes the sleep dictator.

“That person says this is the duvet we're having and you can end up with ‘duvet wars’ where one person is saying, 'I've got the duvet, I'd like more of the duvet', or 'No, we’re having this [type of] duvet', you end up in this sort of battle.

"With separate duvets, they not only give a better temperature for sleep, but also stop you fighting over the duvet too. Win, win.”

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