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Summer Sleeping Survival Tips

Posted May 08 2009 6:07pm
When the mercury rises, sleeping can get a little sticky. Lesley Hatfield, founder of NiteSweatz, has these tips for keeping cool and catching more Z’s.“Tossing and turning can make a person feel even hotter.

The trick is to wear sleepwear that wicks moisture away from the body, so sleep is not disrupted by feeling uncomfortable,” explains Hatfield.Tips· Take a cool shower before getting in to bed· Sleep with a window open, fan on or air conditioning·

Wear NiteSweatz – a line of thermo-regulating apparel designed to keep women comfy and cool as temperatures rise due to situations such as pregnancy, nursing women, chemotherapy patients, premenopausal and menopausal women, those with auto immune disorders on medications that cause night sweats, people on anti depressants, obese women suffering from increased body temperature and just hot sleepers.· Sleep in a spread eagle position to promote air circulation · For extreme cases, take a soft ice pack to bed and chill pillowcase

NiteSweatz: http://www.nitesweatz.com/ 800-611-0069.

Publisher's Note: I have a pair of these pjs and they are fantastic! If you have night sweats, wearing these to bed will help you.
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