A recent UK study reveals that the perfect bedtime is 10:37 p.m, as reported by Bustle.
If you still haven’t found the key to a good night’s sleep, don’t worry — science may have just done it for you. A recent study in the U.K. has found the ideal right bedtime for individuals to get just the right amount of perfect sleep, and it’s very specific. What is the perfect bedtime, you ask? To get the most of your snooze time, you should be prepared to get to bed by 10:37 p.m. on the dot.
That’s right. Not 10:35 or 10:40, but 10:37 p.m. The study, conducted by George Home, polled 1,000 people on their sleeping habits and bedtime rituals during the darker winter months. They found that this precise time is the best for individuals to get the most out of their sleep.
But that’s not the only measure you should take to enhance your sleep quality. Per the study, you should also use two goose feather pillows, don a pair of cotton pajamas, and — perhaps the most highly specific requirement yet — a 13.5 tog duvet. OK, cotton pj’s and soft pillows, I understand. But what the heck is a tog duvet?