1) Keep Cleansing Cloths on Your Bedside Table
I know you can place ice packs on your pulse points to cool down, but an ice pack requires you to get up and go to the freezer. Something I’ve been doing to cool down and remove the sweat at night is by putting the vitamin cleanse cloths in the fridge during the day to become cold. Since I created these cloths, I know it’s safe to do this.
Before I sleep, I put them next to my bedside table while I’m sleeping. This way I don’t have to physically leave my bed when I’m sweating at night. Whenever I reach for them, I always place them on my neck. The neck is a pulse point so placing it there helps my body cool down faster. Then I use the cloths to wipe away the sweat.
When trying to cool down it’s very important to know where your body’s quick cooling spots are. These spots are otherwise known as your pulse points. In an interview with CBC, Professor Stephen Cheung says that when you apply something cool to your head, neck, and wrists, “the blood vessels open near the skin and that allows us to cool down deeper tissues throughout the body.”
The vitamin cleanse cloths are made from bamboo making them much more resilient to temperature fluctuations. The combination of the jojoba oil and the vitamin blend will not only nourish the skin but make them ideal wipes for cooling down at night. They are at my bedside every night.