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7 Best Ways to Stay Cool Without Air Conditioner in Summer

In summer, we've all been there - tossing and turning in our bed because of our sweat has glued to the bedsheets. Yes, when the temperature and humidity soar so high in summer days that you actually feel like to stick your head in the freezer (although not recommended), so don’t fret. Here are a few quick tips on how to cool down a room which can give you some blissful zzzs. Just read on. 

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Cotton Sheets On The Bed

If you want a cooler night, try the ooh-la-la satin, silk, or polyester sheet. Light-colored bed linens are good for ventilation and airflow in the bedroom because it is made of lightweight cotton.

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Invest In Blackout Curtains

Blackout curtains are helpful in blocking sun rays, so it is good to invest in such curtains. By blocking out sunlight, the blackout curtains can give you a deeper as well as more relaxing sleep in the night.

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Energy Efficient Bulbs

Regular light bulbs are not energy efficient and also they release a lot of excess heat when they are producing energy. A regular 1ow watt light bulb can increase the heat by 11 degrees per hour in a small room. So switch to energy efficient bulbs such as LEDs. They don’t produce much heat and also save your money in the long run.

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Shade The Outside Of Your Windows

You can install stylish awnings or overhangs over the windows which will let the light through but blocks the heat in summer days. Also, you can put up an umbrella outside your window to block the sun rays and can make a good accent to your home.

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Keep Your House Cool With A Fan

Ceiling fans are a tremendous help in keeping your home cool enough. The breeze created by a fan will obviously cool your home down. Make sure that the fans should rotate counter-clockwise during summer days as it helps your house cool better.

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Close The Blinds

This is as simple as the tip may seem. 25 percent of summer heat comes from your windows. Closing the binds will block the heat during the sunniest hours to make your home cool.

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Stop Using The Stove And Start Grilling

Summer is not for whipping up a roast chicken on the stove will make your house hotter. Instead, fire up the grill and enjoy dinner. Also, Aswap big meals for lighter dinners that are easier to metabolize.

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7 Best Ways to Stay Cool Without Air Conditioner in Summer

In summer, we've all been there - tossing and turning in our bed because of our sweat has glued to the bedsheets. Yes, when the temperature and humidity soar so high in summer days that you actually feel like to stick your head in the freezer (although not recommended), so don’t fret. Here are a few quick tips on how to cool down a room which can give you some blissful zzzs. Just read on. 

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Cotton Sheets On The Bed

If you want a cooler night, try the ooh-la-la satin, silk, or polyester sheet. Light-colored bed linens are good for ventilation and airflow in the bedroom because it is made of lightweight cotton.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Invest In Blackout Curtains

Blackout curtains are helpful in blocking sun rays, so it is good to invest in such curtains. By blocking out sunlight, the blackout curtains can give you a deeper as well as more relaxing sleep in the night.

Pin it {{item.title}}
{{item.title}}

Energy Efficient Bulbs

Regular light bulbs are not energy efficient and also they release a lot of excess heat when they are producing energy. A regular 1ow watt light bulb can increase the heat by 11 degrees per hour in a small room. So switch to energy efficient bulbs such as LEDs. They don’t produce much heat and also save your money in the long run.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Shade The Outside Of Your Windows

You can install stylish awnings or overhangs over the windows which will let the light through but blocks the heat in summer days. Also, you can put up an umbrella outside your window to block the sun rays and can make a good accent to your home.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Keep Your House Cool With A Fan

Ceiling fans are a tremendous help in keeping your home cool enough. The breeze created by a fan will obviously cool your home down. Make sure that the fans should rotate counter-clockwise during summer days as it helps your house cool better.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Close The Blinds

This is as simple as the tip may seem. 25 percent of summer heat comes from your windows. Closing the binds will block the heat during the sunniest hours to make your home cool.

Pin it {{item.title}}
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Stop Using The Stove And Start Grilling

Summer is not for whipping up a roast chicken on the stove will make your house hotter. Instead, fire up the grill and enjoy dinner. Also, Aswap big meals for lighter dinners that are easier to metabolize.

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