It is no surprise that you typically sleep better when your skin is slightly cooled. You’re more likely to detour restlessness and get a better night’s sleep if your body is cooled as compared to overheated. The types of sheets you use play a large factor in ensuring you achieve that cool sensation come bedtime. Factors such as thread count, material fiber and sheet color all come into play when deciding what to use during the hotter months of the year. For example, material that is designed to wick moisture away from your skin during your regular work-out may instead trap moisture and heat should it be used as sheets. For more summertime cooling tips, check out The Best Kind of Sheet Sets for Summer Months by Lorna Hordos to ensure you wake up cool and refreshed each and every day.