Japan is still in cold winter, and it will be some time before the coming spring.
In such long winter nights, I think it is too cold for most people to have a good sleep.
People overseas living in Japan should also pay attention to the cold-proof countermeasures at bedtime I've summarized.
Long time ago, the yutanpo was used as heating source, people pour the boiling water into the metal or plastic containers, covering with a lid, and then put it in blanket.Not only the yutanpo is warm, but the warm blanket can maintain the temperature.
In recent years, some yutanpo can be conveniently heated in microwave oven before using.
There are so many people wearing stockings or socks to prevent feet from freezing injury. However, the tight socks are detrimental to blood circulation, instead bring negative efforts to make feet colder. So I suggest that you should wear looser silky stockings with better heat preservation effect!
Even wearing the suit, you just can't feel your abdomen anymore because of the cold weather.
If wearing haramaki, you will feel the abdomen getting warmer, and it is a very effective measure to prevent diarrhea and constipation.
Although the appearance is a little...yet it actually can keep out the cold!
You will be addicted slowly if trying to use it♪
Speaking of the reason for cold, in addition to the indoor temperature, as well as the all-pervasive harmful wind and cold air through the windows. So I suggest you should close the windows firmly and stick insulation material and air bubble film (air cushioning material)on the windows.
If getting into bed, you will feel the trunk is warmer, but the problem is the face! For people who has such idea, I want to recommend you the outstanding "Oyasumi Dome!" Not only does it protect against cold, but also its sound-proof and shading effects are very excellent. Then do you want to try it?
Next, it is better to have a warm drink to get your body warmer before going to bed ♪
Let us overcome the cold to meet the arrival of spring!
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