Summer is calling everyone's name!
This is good for the simple fact that there is nothing quite like those summer nights; however, those summer nights can still be brutally hot, and that rise in temperature could lead to you not getting your beauty sleep in.
Therefore, in hopes of not losing any sleep, below you will find three ways to get a better night's sleep this summer.
3 Ways To Get A Better Night's Sleep This Summer
- Crank Up The A/C Or A Fan
- Ditch The Monster Blankets
- Open Up A Window At Night, And Close The Blinds During The Day
Crank Up The A/C Or A Fan
Sure, cranking up the A/C at night could lead to your utility bills skyrocketing, but it might be worth it when it comes to the sleep department. With that said, if you aren't in the market for higher bills -- and we completely understand -- then you might want to incorporate a fan all summer long. Said fan can cool your room down by itself, which could lead to peaceful slumbers while the summer heat is going strong.
Ditch The Monster Blankets
We understand how comfortable your heavy blankets might be during the winter, but they aren't really necessary in the summer. The solution: Put lighter blankets on your bed during the summer.
This trick is simple and effective, and it beats blasting the air conditioning nonstop.
Likewise, you probably shouldn't be wearing long sleeves and sweats to bed during the summer -- you know, if you plan on not tossing and turning as a result of the heat.
Open Up A Window At Night, And Close The Blinds During The Day
This is the ultimate life hack when it comes to defeating the heat during the summer: Keep your blinds closed during the day -- so the sun isn't beaming down on your room/bed -- and keep a window open in your room at night -- so a cold breeze comes in, cools you down and saves the day in the process.
Of course, if you live near a busy street, then keeping a window open at night might not be the best option (because all of the noise from cars, people, etc.). Still, keeping your blinds and curtains closed during the day can lead to a cooler room at the night.
If you are having trouble sleeping, then Sleepsana could be the answer.