12 Summer Sleeping Tips

Summer has come! Let the love begin! Depending on where you live, summer flies by and everyone wants to enjoy every drop of it. Whether it’s an extended stay, party, vacation, day trip or weekend celebration, there’s plenty to look forward to. Summer is fun and busy, but sleep is often severely affected. So how can you safely protect your sleep during this hectic time of year?

Here are some of the best tips to help your family sleep well.

  1. Dark place to sleep! In summer, the sun rises early and sets late! If you have children, you will know more about this. Sunlight is like an alarm clock, killing melatonin, the sleep hormone. I recommend Blackout Shadow! Blackout blinds are a great way to prevent morning sickness.
  2. Make your bedroom comfortable! None of us sleep well when it’s too hot or too hot. It is recommended to keep the room between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit or 20 and 22 degrees Celsius. Because every baby is different, it’s often hard to tell if your baby is too hot or too cold. Some children are hot and cold. If you are not sure, touch your skin with your arms on the back or at the PJ. If you sweat, remove a layer. We all sleep better when it’s cooler! Use a fan or air conditioner for added comfort.
  3. Use a white noise machine! This minimizes outside noise. Let’s face it! During the summer there is a lot of noise outside your child’s room. The villagers are having fun, preparing the workplaces and even putting out the fires. Keep outside noise to prevent sleep.
  4. Respect your child’s schedule as much as possible. On days when you’re not out, you’ll want to monitor your baby’s sleep and bedtime. So you can fill your child’s sleep reservoir before a special event or outing. Participating in special situations with a well-rested child will make him happier and better able to react easily if he doesn’t sleep or stays up late.
  5. Dress for success! It is recommended to use natural materials such as cotton or bamboo for pajamas, duvets and beds! Also, if your room is warm, choose clothes and clothes suitable for warm weather, but remember that cold air can make you cold.
  6. Enjoy daytime activities! Let the kids out to play, play, play! Running and exercising outside in the sun will help you sleep better! The sleep house between naps and naps will make it a little easier to fall asleep.


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