I read an interesting article which is about relations between body temperature and quality of sleep. I'm interested in the phrase from the article.

Other experiments that varied the ambient temperature—decreasing it early in the night and increasing it in the morning—have shown similar benefits for improving and maintaining sleep.

So I tried to find papers and experiments but it seems my searching ability is pretty poor. I can't find it. Is there someone knows the latest knowledge or papers about this?

plus) In the article, why increasing skin temperature by 0.4 Celsius make core temperature low?


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