A heat wave “Bermuda blowtorch” made Britain scorching hot this weekend.
Before Freedom Day, the British sunbathed in tropical temperatures of 32 ° C.
Today is believed to be the hottest day of the year, which is why many have rushed to the beach or to have a barbecue.
But as much as we love sunbathing with a glass of Pimm’s in hand, the heat has its downsides.
It can be extremely difficult to sleep when the scorching outside, which can leave you feeling light-headed if the lock is unlocked tomorrow.
So if you’re spinning and spinning around tonight, we have some top tips for you that can help you brave the heat. Check them out below.
1. Stay hydrated
Put a cold bottle of water next to your bed to sip if you get too hot.
Make sure you drink enough during the day too.
If you’re dehydrated, you are much more likely to get up at night and toss and turn.
2. Freeze your sheets
This tip went viral on Twitter last year.
One user recommended, “Put your pillowcases and sheets in the freezer half an hour before you go to bed.
“This allows the material to absorb cool air and offers a cold and pleasant surface for sleeping.
“Don’t put your comforters in the freezer, just the sheets!”
3. Cool down pulse points with ice
Sealy’s sleep expert Neil Robinson revealed that all you need to cool down is an ice cube.
He explained, “The pulse points on your body can effectively cool the rest of you.
“Put a cold flannel or ice cube in a plastic bag around your wrists and neck and you will be amazed at the effectiveness. Just don’t let them melt in your bed. “
4. Cool your feet
Soak your feet in cold water before falling asleep.
If the heat regularly disturbs your sleep, try leaving a bucket of ice-cold water next to your bed.
This way, you can quickly submerge your feet without wasting valuable sleep time.
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5. Wear cotton pajamas to bed
These are breathable and should keep you cool.
They can also be preferred to sleeping in the buff.
Dozing off naked can allow moisture from your body to get into your bed.
This liquid can heat up, which can actually make us hotter than wearing light PJs.