The body needs enough sleep to help it function properly, according to the NHS.
Not getting enough sleep is bad for your mental and physical health.
Regular poor sleep increases your risk of obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
If you’re struggling to fall asleep in the hot temperatures, you could do this quick trick to help you sleep faster.
Putting your socks in the fridge could help you to get a good night’s sleep, said The Sleep Council.
Cooling your socks before bed, and then putting them on your feet, could cool your core body temperature, it said.
“While high-end temperatures make a welcome debut for us sun-starved Britons, steamy nights and baking bedrooms do little to lull us to sleep,” said The Sleep Council.
“Chill socks in the fridge before bedtime as it will help to lower your core body temperature.”
You could also fall asleep faster by putting your pillowcase in the fridge before bedtime.
“Take the air. Open windows – and doors – to create a draught,” it added.
“Lose the duvet and blankets. Just use a cotton sheet, if anything, or a duvet with a low tog rating.
“Avoid too much alcohol or a big meal – both can make you hot and steamy in the middle of the night through dehydration and over-active digestion.”
Another great way to help you beat the heat is to use a fan.
But, try placing a tray of ice cubes in front of the fan to spread the cooler air around the room.
Similarly, filling a hot water bottle with ice cold water is a great way to cool your body down while falling asleep.
Sticking to a regular bedtime is a great way to get more sleep each night.
It programmes the brain and internal body clock to get used to a set routine, said the NHS.
Winding down before bed is a crucial part of a bedtime routine.
Try having a warm bath, listening to relaxing music, or writing a ‘to-do’ list.
Most adults need between six and nine hours of sleep every night.