Discussion in 'General' started by woof82, 4 Aug 2007.
Cold, when it starts to get too warm I flip it over.
Cold side. When it gets warm, I flip.
i sleep on a slab of ice
Preferably warm, round and with a nipple. And I'm not talking moobs.
Seriously, I sleep on my back so don't really care.
I've got one of those TempurPedic pillows so only one side works properly since it contours to my head. I use that one regardless of temperature.
The first one to explain what the hell this is all about gets a cookie. Stale, perchance, but a cookie nonetheless.
When you sleep on a pillow it gets warm from the heat loss from your head. (This does not apply to those who have no brain activity whatsoever)
I don't really notice that the pillow gets hot. Go figure...
That's exactly the same with mine, very rarely will I actually sleep under my duvet, I'll start off under it, but then move it so I'm only partially under it when I get too hot. Unless it's too cold of course, then I'll get under the duvet, overheat, get out from under it, get cold, get under duvet, rinse, repeat.
I'm more fussy with my duvet than I am with a pillow, usually I don't care too much about my pillow so long as it comfy.
If it's that then... stop the panic! The confusion! Alcohol is your solution! (Goddamnit, I should so be a rapper.)
I just get drunk just about every night. But looking back on the past years of sleepless nights... I never really noticed the pillow getting hot either. Just wet from my drool, but hey, the Good Lord invented showers, pillow covers and washing machines for a reason.
I think you need mid-night snake, or your very hungry when you sleep.
Cold. Flip when appropriate.
Paging Dr Freud...
Cold side. I end up switching it every 5 mins in summer.
So many people like the cold side, so what about a watercooled and chilled pillow?
I sleep on the top side of my pillow.
It's got to be the cold side, flipping over to a cold side when it heats up and then rotating to a new one if it heats up and repeat the process.
I am an obsessive pillow'r
That must lead to some serious tongue on the flagpole situations...
How does that work?
Isn't whichever side is up the topside... If that's the case, then so do I!
Actually, doesn't anyone just not use a pillow?
I know that sometimes when I just can't get comfortable I just sleep on my arms.
Funny story in fact:
I woke up in the middle of the night, very tired, I didn't know why I'd woken up so I tried to sit up and see if it was light out of my window. As I was sitting up something quite heavy and warm slithered across my body and I literally leapt out of bed. My first thought was that there was a giant snake in my bed (sleepy, remember ) but then when I went to turn my light on and couldn't I realised my entire right arm had become completely numb from the shoulder down! All of that because I slept on my arms that night.
Maybe not so funny then... more crazy!
Can't speak for all women, but I prefer a cool pillow.
Numb arms are a funny thing. I'd managed to cut off the circulation to both of my arms the other day. The phone rang early in the morning and it took me at least 2 minutes to properly wake up and figure out why I was unable to push my body up to lean out of the bed and reach the phone
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