6 Tips for Sound Sleep When You Have a Cold
Add Moisture to the Air
Running the heater in winter dries out the air -- and your nose. If you breathe through your mouth, you could wake up with a sore, scratchy throat.
Use a humidifier. You’ll breathe easier and sleep better. It might also help keep you well: A 2013 study found that raising humidity levels above 40% helped to lower the risk of getting the flu.