Tips For Sleeping On Hot Nights
No matter how tired you may be, when the weather is hot and muggy, trying to fall asleep can seem impossible. Brit.Co came up with a few tips to help you sleep on even the warmest of nights.
- Change the bedding because while flannel was a great idea for January, it's now almost May and you may sweat to death in bed with such thick sheets. Look for cotton or linen sheets for the spring and summer weather, they're much more lighter fabrics, and they can breath better.
- Less is more when it comes to layers, and if you're anything like me then you love to have a sheet, a comforter and a bedspread over you while you sleep, but it's easier to add more during the night than to wake up sweating and struggle to fall back asleep.
- Not all pillows are created equally as some materials are better at regulating temperature than others are. Consider a wool pillow (versus a cotton one) if you want better regulation.
As much as we all hated the snow these last few months, nothing is worse (in my opinion) than the heat of summer. If I can't get my sleep, I'm not a happy person.