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Ways-to-make-a-room-colder, it might sound counterintuitive to crack open a window after you’ve just spent a day dodging heat and humidity, but temperatures tend to cool off in the evenings, so take full advantage! position a standing or window box fan in front of an open window to bring the cooler air into your space and create a sleep-inducing cross breeze.. Sometimes when you can’t get the room temperature down, you can still get your body temperature down. you can do this by consuming cold beverages, applying a cool cloth to your neck or wrist area, and by putting on cooler (and breathable) clothing. but also try freezing 2-liter bottles with water in them. then place them under your feet., place portable fans throughout the room to circulate air and create a mild breeze. sit in front of a fan, then spray water into it with a spray bottle for a refreshing, cool mist..

Try using ice packs to keep your sofa or bed cooler as you relax, since these padded areas can hold in body heat. you can fill a hot water bottle and pop it the freezer, or use freeze dry rice packs or portable buckwheat pillows instead. you can even try freezing your bed sheets and placing them lightly over your body for a little extra cooling., save the ooh-la-la satin, silk, or polyester sheets for cooler nights. light-colored bed linens made of lightweight cotton (egyptian or otherwise) are breathable and excellent for promoting....

Ice in front of the fan will help. an ice chest with ice and some wet wash rags and some cold water in it for drinking will help. the rags would be good to wipe the face and arms and neck with....