Summer is here, and so are we! For such a long time now, we have managed to go through the rough winter and in the end, the sunlight managed to hit ourselves right in front of our eyes. Still, along with the great summer days there come the hot summer nights that are about to leave you with no breath at all. There are several ways to stop the heat from expanding, yet most of them are bad for your health and on top of that, extremely non-environmental friendly. We are looking for the price too, since the air conditioner would make you pay an arm and a leg on the comfort. Thus, in case you are looking forward to finding out more concerning the subject, make sure to stick with us and keep an eye onto the following lines – you might be surprised just how to cut off the energy bills while surviving the hot summer nights with our best 3 easy tricks to take up!
Use Cotton Sheets
If you are looking for an instant difference, changing your usual sheets with some cotton ones will make you sense it! Cotton is worldwidely renowned due to its characteristics needed in hot summer days and nights, when the temperatures are going so high we can only imagine how the cold might feel like.
Loose Cotton Clothing
Now, if we agreed we are not paying our money on air conditioners, some cloth shopping is never a bad idea! Basically, it is super easy – you just have to find the right loose clothing made of cotton (this is really important!) and you are good to go. In addition, these clothes you can actually own from the last years or from persons that usually give their clothes away – don’t worry, most of these kinds of people do not even wear a piece of that clothing twice so you are just ready to hit the town.
Well, well… we don’t mean being all alone or anything, just for your well-being in the hot summer nights it is recommended that you sleep alone, since the temperature is already high and with someone next to you, it is bound to go up from the limits. In addition, I don’t know how much you would like to stay next to someone whose clothes are already wet due to the heat and thus, your sleep might not be healthy at all!