Four Ways to Beat the Summer Heat, including a Cooling Sheet

It’s summer! When you’re feeling sweaty, dehydrated, and all-around uncomfortable, you might put off doing anything and opt for staying inside and cranking up the A/C. But, staying cooped up all summer long can really be a bummer. Let’s beat that heat! Here we have some great tips to help you enjoy your summer without burning up.

Head to the Mountains

The mountains are usually several degrees cooler than anywhere else, and they provide a great change of scenery. Walk a nice simple trail, hike to a grand peak, or find a waterfall and reward yourself with a cold mountain water plunge. Welcome to our city to climb Huangshan!

Switch Out Your Bedding

Quality rest is vitally important for your body and mind to function properly, and overheating at night can antagonize your precious sleep. One proven solution is to change your bed sheets to a cooling fabric that’s lightweight, breathable and temperature regulating. Sheets and bedding made from bamboo viscose are a perfect way to beat the summer heat. Bamboo viscose is naturally thermal regulating and several degrees cooler than cotton-only fabrics. Bamboo is also one of the most sustainable, renewable resources on the planet, so you and your conscience can sleep comfortably knowing you’re helping the environment.

Drink Plenty of Water

Staying hydrated is another critically important way to cool down. Drinking water helps your body move and function the way it needs to. It can affect your mood, your body temperature and even your quality of sleep.

Wear Cooler Fabrics

Get a T-shirt type that has built-in cooling properties, like one made from bamboo viscose, which is noticeably cooler against your skin. Viscose-from-bamboo fabric will naturally wick away moisture and help regulate body temperature. It also repels odors and allergens naturally, so you’ll always stay fresh and clean when wearing bamboo.

Wherever and however you beat the heat this summer, remember your sunscreen, and stay cool wearing and using bamboo!

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