In an article published by the Journal Sciences Advances, it predicted more restless nights, especially in the summer as global temperatures rise. They found that the poor, who are less- likely to have air- conditioning or be able to run it, as well as the elderly, who have more difficulty regulating their body temperature, would be hit hard. If global emissions are allowed to continue at a high level, then additional nights of sleeplessness can be expected beyond what people normally experience. For more information click here.
Nighttime Temperature and Human Sleep Loss in a Changing Climate