Freeze Your Sheets – Place them in a plastic bag and pop them in the freezer for about 10 minutes before you’re ready to go to bed.
Ice Yourself – Rubbing ice cubes on areas where you are thin-skinned will cool you down quickly. Think wrists, eyelids, neck, temples.
Cold Water Bottle – Fill your hot water bottle with cold water and ice cubes and you’ll have a ready-made cooling aid to keep your temperature down.
Wet the Bed – Um, not that way. Lightly dampen your sheets with a sprayer. It’s best to lay a towel or two underneath the damp sheet.
Take a Cold Shower – You don’t even need to dry yourself off much. It will feel fabulous when air from the fan hits you.
Get Grounded – The higher up you are, the hotter you will feel. If there is a way to sleep low to the ground, embrace it! Even if it means laying a duvet on the floor.
Kick Him Out – You might want to consider sleeping apart on hot nights. Save the Summer lovin’ for warm afternoons when you are happy to get sweaty and sticky.
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