Taking a warm bath an hour or two before bedtime can help improve sleep quality. Scheduling a soak in the tub 1.5 hours before sleep, and setting the water temperature to 104-109 degrees Fahrenheit can hasten the speed of falling asleep by, on average, 10 minutes in addition to improving sleep quality.
A new reports whole body hyperthermia improved symptoms of major depression for as long as six weeks following a single treatment.
According to a new study, a 1 degree Celsius drop in body temperature could accelerate some of the features of Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports TRPV1 controls the nerves that release noradrenaline and affects core body temperature during the 'fight or flight' response.