Falling and staying asleep can range from tricky to near impossible for hot sleepers. Constant tossing and turning or waking up to adjust blankets can lead to poor sleep quality which can pose other challenges to your well being. Here’s 3 solutions to help hot sleepers get a better night’s sleep.
Use a fan. Fans are a very simple way to keep air moving and hot sleepers cool. They’re available in all shapes and sizes, so there is a make and model to fit your space and budget. Some sleepers even appreciate them for the white noise they create.
Try a Sleep Liner. Celliant® may help hot sleepers sleep more comfortably. Celliant helps assist thermoregulation, so it may be helpful to people that are having difficulties sleeping either because they are too hot or too cold. Essentially, because Celliant helps regulate body temperature, it helps promote a more comfortable rest. Draper’s Sleep Liners contain 85% Celliant – you can check them out here.
Exercise earlier. Exercising too close to bed time may mean that your body isn’t full cooled off when it’s time to sleep. If you’re a hot sleeper, make sure you give yourself plenty of time to cool down. You may also want to try exercising earlier in the day.