If you live in Southern Europe heatwaves you find yourself more and more exposed to heatwaves. Actually, such heatwaves are becoming more and more common all over the world. Coping with heatwaves can be difficult during the day but heat may become unbearable during the night.

Actually, sleeping in the heat is tough, especially if you don’t have adequate air conditioning or a fan at a minimum.

But there are some tips you can use to help you sleep better.

  1. take a warm, not cold, bath or shower about an hour before going to sleep. Your body cooling down will help better prepare you for sleep;
  2. if you don’t have air conditioning, use a fan or something to circulate air around you;
  3. if you already are experiencing difficulties in falling asleep regardless of the heatwaves, you should consider buying a Chili Sleep device;
  4. you may want also to add some magnesium to your diet if you are sweating a lot more than usual or experiencing cramping at night.

Tell me about your experience of sleeping during heatwaves! Is it difficult? Can you cope with it?

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