Cool and Restful Sleep: With a little help from nature

Cool and Restful Sleep: With a little help from nature



In the pursuit of a good night's sleep during hot summer nights, traditional methods like air conditioning and fans may not always be sufficient. Thankfully, nature offers us a natural solution to beat the heat and promote relaxation: aromatherapy. By harnessing the therapeutic properties of essential oils such as Lavender, Ylang-Ylang, and Palma Rosa, you can create a soothing environment that helps you stay cool and enjoy a restful slumber. In this article, we will explore the benefits of these three essential oils and discover effective ways to incorporate them into your bedtime routine.


Lavender: The Ultimate Sleep Inducer

Lavender has long been revered for its calming and sleep-inducing properties. It helps reduce anxiety, stress and promotes relaxation, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a restful night's sleep. The gentle aroma will create a peaceful ambiance, setting the stage for a tranquil slumber.


Ylang Ylang: Balancing Body and Mind

Ylang Ylang essential oil is known for its sweet floral scent and its ability to balance emotions and soothe the mind. When it comes to sleep, this essential oil helps reduce feelings of restlessness and promotes a sense of calmness.

Palmarosa: Cooling & Refreshing

Palmarosa essential oil, derived from a grass, possesses cooling properties that can help combat the discomfort of hot summer nights. This oil helps to regulate body temperature and promotes a cooling sensation on the skin. 

To maximize the benefits of these essential oils and make things simple, we created our Sleep Well blend to help you do just that.

Why not try it alongside some other top tip natural ways to keep cool in the heat:

  • Use breathable bedding materials such as cotton or bamboo.
  • Take a cool shower before bed to lower your body temperature.
  • Use lightweight and loose-fitting sleepwear.
  • Keep your curtains or blinds closed during the day to block out sunlight and heat.
  • Use a cooling pillow or place a cold pack under your pillow.
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water throughout the day.
  • Avoid consuming caffeine or alcohol close to bedtime, as they can interfere with your sleep.
  • Place a bowl of ice or a damp towel in front of a fan to create a DIY air conditioner.
  • Avoid using electronic devices before bed, as they can generate heat and emit blue light, which can disrupt sleep.
  • Consider using a chilled towel or a cooling mist spray to cool down before sleep.
  • Opt for lighter meals before bedtime to prevent digestion from generating additional body heat.