How do you sleep when it's "Just to hot"

Contributor: Hentialover Hentialover
In Ontario the weather has been cold, rainy and cloudy for weeks, but the last two days it has been hot and sunny. And with the sun and heat, comes the problems of sleeping. So how do you handle it? I could use some tips.
05/31/2013
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Contributor: Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
I simply soak my feet in cool water - this immediately reduces body temperature - and if necessary sleep in the buff.
05/31/2013
Contributor: Augustxsins Augustxsins
Naked, and with every fan I own trained on the bed.

I live in south Georgia, and a couple weeks ago our AC went out. It was 90+ in the house! Awful. Hubs and I slept in separate beds that night, so we wouldn't even have to touch another human.
05/31/2013
Contributor: Noelle Noelle
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Originally posted by Hentialover
In Ontario the weather has been cold, rainy and cloudy for weeks, but the last two days it has been hot and sunny. And with the sun and heat, comes the problems of sleeping. So how do you handle it? I could use some tips.
Take cool shower and sleep naked with fan on and no covers.
05/31/2013
Contributor: Zombirella Zombirella
I don't I don't sleep well with a fan on and I don't want to get bitched at for messing with the thermostat. I wear shorts and a t-shirt to bed. I'll get up and take some benedryl and melatonin and hope it makes me slip into sleep. Right now opening a window won't work since it's warm out there.
05/31/2013
Contributor: eri86 eri86
Not a huge fan of sleeping naked, though I have slept topless before. But I've recently invested in some sports bras. So if it's hot, panties, sports bra, fine on high.
05/31/2013
Contributor: Virgingasms Virgingasms
I usually sleep naked with the ceiling fan on. The fan's more for white noise than it's cooling factor. If it gets too hot I'll open a window. I wish I could open both to get a cross breeze going, but the other window's broken and closing it involves going outside and pushing it closed with a mop!
05/31/2013
Contributor: Rossie Rossie
Use a cold neck wrap before hopping into bed - it's the fastest way to cool your entire body down.
05/31/2013
Contributor: SourAppleMartini SourAppleMartini
Try a moist towel under your head. It really works.
06/01/2013