How to sleep better on hot nights

Sleep problems are very common when the temperatures outside are high. LifePress magazine will try to help you.

A good night’s sleep is necessary to get through the day, and hardly anyone has it in the summer. A breath of wind from nowhere, and sleeping next to the air conditioner is not really recommended. So what are we left with? Here are some tips.

To begin with, keep your body sufficiently hydrated, take in enough fluids during the day, and if you don’t like water, on our website you will find many recipes for refreshing juices, shakes… If you don’t take in enough fluids during the flight, you are more likely to have problems with headaches.

Try to get up earlier in the morning, during the morning freshness, and if you exercise, the best time for exercise is exactly that.

Cover yourself and sleep on exclusively cotton sheets and pillowcases, forget about satin and all other materials that do not absorb sweat. Pay attention to what your pillows are made of. Sleeping on pillows made from the increasingly popular memory foam can be very hot and uncomfortable in the summer.

Do not cover your feet at night, because all the heat comes from there, just like when we are cold. Feel free to open the window to let the breeze cool your room during the night. You can also leave the fan on, at the lowest speed, but this option is out of the question when it comes to children.

Treat yourself to a cold shower before going to bed, it will help you sweat better, and you will be less sticky from sweat, which will definitely help you fall asleep easier.

Cold compresses on the back of the neck or knees before going to bed will help you cool down the body and get through the night easier, this advice is especially recommended for women in menopause who have problems with hot flashes.

In some countries with a very hot climate, such as Greece, people cover themselves with slightly damp sheets to keep them cool during the night. If you are not one of those who are afraid of colds even at plus 40, try this too.

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