Could a bath 90 minutes before bedtime help you sleep better?

New research has found that if you are struggling to get some shut-eye, taking a bath one to two hours before heading to bed could help you get a better night's sleep. Carried out by researchers at The University of Texas at Austin in collaboration with the UT Health Science Center at Houston and the University of Southern California, the new study reviewed 17 existing studies to look at the effect of water-based passive body heating --- heating the body using a warm bath or shower --- on different sleep-related conditions. These conditions included sleep onset latency (the length of time it takes to fall asleep), wake after sleep onset (the total amount amount of wake time dur...

Keep on reading: Could a bath 90 minutes before bedtime help you sleep better?