How to get a good sleep on a hot night

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The weather is just so warm and you can’t get a good night sleep, here’s an article that can help.you with that. Take a look at the things you’ll need

Things you’ll need

  • Fan
  • Ice
  • Ice Pack
  • Spray Bottle
  • Clothes

Tips

  • Sleep masks may be useful if you want to sleep longer and if the light never stops, even with curtains closed.
  • Buy earplugs if you live in a busy town where traffic still busy at night. Noise plus heat can make it difficult to fall asleep.
  • Feed your pets before you sleep a high protein meal, so they won’t wake you up for food during the night or too early in the morning.
  • Sleep without a duvet cover.
  • Get cooling pillows and space your legs and arms apart. Close limbs can attract heat. Buy curtains for sleep that block noise and heat that come in versions of colours.
  • You should keep some ice cubes which may help you in later stages.
  • If you wear an eye mask, stick it in the freezer before bed.
  • Feel free to sleep nude!
  • Fill a bag with ice or something cold and place it inside your pillowcase.
  • If you’re sleeping in a place with lots of other people, move to another room. Chances are that it will be cooler because sleeping near other people creates more body heat.
  • Take off your vest if you are wearing it under your shirt (a vest is a sleeveless cotton garment worn under a shirt to keep you warm).
  • If you don’t have ice to cool you down, wet a flannel and place it on your forehead.
  • Make sure you don’t have any lights or electronics on.
  • Spray a wash cloth with water and drop it down your legs and arms.
  • Apply ice to the veins in your wrists. This will help you cool.
  • If you don’t have flannel, a washcloth would work well to cool when wet.
  • Take off your socks and place your feet against your wall, so the soles of your feet could get cool.
  • It’s a good idea to put the duvet aside for the hot nights. Sometimes removing the duvet cover and just using that is an ideal solution. Or, if you have a huge pillowcase, you might use that. If you have sheets, sleep using just those, or you could try laying on top of the duvet. You could also use just a thin, cotton blanket.

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