Keep warm in a sleeping bag is one of the most essential camping keys. There are several things to consider and many easy to maintain comfortable and safe ways.
Below are instructions for keeping warm in a sleeping bag.
- It is important not to overheat during sleep, but it is also important to remember some tips. For example, if it is colder to 45 degrees or so, always be sure use longjohns. Longjohns are long underwear made of flannel. If you don’t, use tracksuit pants or pajama pants to keep the warmth of flannel. Also use socks to keep your feet warm and gloves to keep the hands warm. If it gets especially cold, use a heavy sweater to keep your comfortable waist.
- Although the percentages vary, is of general knowledge that much of the body heat escapes from your head. Simply using a snow hat that covers the ears is hugely important to keep warm, especially in the cold outside.
- It is important to go to sleep in dry clothes. If you have been hiking and has happened, or if you are wet, take off the clothes and put the clothes to dry before going to bed. Go to bed with wet or damp clothes is safely to get sick and be cold all night.
- Fluffy sleeping bag can make all the difference in the world. A thin sleeping bag does not provide both insulation and a bag of thickness. Lint and fluff a pillow and you will notice a nice temperature increase.
Tips and warnings
- Never sleep in wet clothes.
- Never put your wet laundry in your sleeping bag to dry.
- Do not close his head into a sleeping bag, because the moisture from your breath creates condensation in the bag.