Summer Sleep: How to Sleep in the Heat

Trying to sleep in the heat can be a nightmare. And with the UK set for a scorching summer, it’s going to be a problem those of us without the luxury of air conditioning will have to face.


Try the following tips to get a cooler night’s sleep:


1. LEAVE YOUR BEDROOM BLINDS CLOSED ALL DAY


Keep the sun from shining into your bedroom and heating it up during the day by closing the blinds or curtains. Light coloured curtains are ideal - dark curtains can make the room hotter.