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Staying cool in this hot weather
edited 13 July 2022 at 3:15PM in Health & beauty MoneySaving
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I did see something on IG (I think it was) about a man who bought doggy cooling pads from B&M and used them as pillows at night to keep cool. It was meant to really work. You could probably buy the doggy pads in a lot of stores.
I became aware of this condition whilst researching marathon training, as it's easy to over drink when there are so many water stations!!
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My real challenge is at night. I can't sleep with light coming in so close the curtains. We have the windows wide open and the temperature should be expected to cool overnight as the external temperature reduces. Unfortunately, the curtains are heavy blackout curtains and super-insulated (purchased with winter in mind) so the curtains work to keep the bedroom warm and the cooler outside overnight air is kept out by the insulated curtains