If you don’t have the luxury of air conditioning, you may well toss and turn through the hot and humid nights of summer. When the temperature and humidity rise, it’s difficult to get settled comfortably enough to sleep through the night.
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Luckily I have twelve tips to help you get a cool night’s sleep on a hot summer’s eve…
1. Unplug To Cool Down
If things like computers, televisions, laptops, and light bulbs generate heat. It makes sense that if you turn off all of your electronics in a room, you will cool it down considerably. However, many of these gadgets continue to give off heat even when turned off, so unplugging them altogether will help cool almost any indoor environment after dark.