Open the windows when the day is cold:
As soon as it’s dusk, the temperature will start to drop, which means it’s time to open your windows—and bedtime should definitely have one open (if it’s safe to do so).
The windows should be kept closed during the hottest of the day, but once the heat begins to subside they can be opened to let in the cool evening air.
Temperatures drop significantly at night, so opening a window in the evening will allow cooler air to circulate around the house – this will also help you sleep better.
Treat yourself to some new houseplants:
2021 has been the year of the houseplant, and now the warmer weather will give you even more excuses to add to your collection; Indoor plants can help cool a home in hot climates, as they consume warm air for their natural processes.
When an environment is warm, plants often release excess water from their leaves into the air – they cool themselves and the surrounding environment as a result.
Some of the best include rubber plants, Chinese evergreens, palms, mother-in-law’s tongue, and Ficus benjamin.
turn off the lights:
As you may remember from your middle school science classes, light bulbs give off heat.
When the temperature is already scorching it’s best to avoid any sources of additional light or heat!
Plus, you’ll save money on the electricity bill – it’s a win-win!
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