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How To Sleep Properly In The Summer Heat

When it gets too hot, there are a few things you may do to fight the heat and get better sleep during night.
  • Alice Mary Topno
  • Editorial
Published -19 May 2022, 15:00 ISTUpdated -19 May 2022, 14:44 IST
How To Sleep Properly In The Summer

We understand the significance of getting adequate sleep in our fast-paced lifestyles, and we also understand that an unhealthy sleep cycle can cause our health to deteriorate and our minds to become numb. If the summer heat is keeping you awake at night, leaving you drowsy and grumpy. Here are some suggestions for sleeping better this summer.

1. Before Bed, Take A Shower

Take A ShowerA shower will refresh you and make you feel more relaxed. A high temperature in the environment or in the body makes sleeping difficult. Do not use really cold water because it temporarily reduces blood flow and makes you feel cool, but you will feel hot again within a few minutes. Instead, take a warm shower to help your body cool down. 

2. Sleeping Posture

It is better to sleep alone and spread out on the bed. Curled positions overheat the body and may interfere with sleep. Allowing your limbs to spread out assists your body to release heat rather than hold it in the latter posture. A cooler body will aid in more restful sleep. If possible, sleep in a larger bed.

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3. Sleep In Cool Room

Cool Room

You won't be able to sleep soundly (Have A Sound Sleep With These Tips) in a heated room. So turn off the lights early to avoid overheating the bulbs. Allow for natural airflow by keeping the windows open. If it gets too hot, use a fan or a cooler. Make your bed linens and pajamas out of cooling textiles. Also, close the curtains to cool and darken the room.

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4. Cotton Bedsheets

Cotton Bedsheets

Choose lighter-colored bed sheets (Types Of Bedsheets) made of breathable fabrics like cotton or linen if you want to sleep cool. When the temperature rises, you'll be grateful for air flow between the sheets, where it's most needed.

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