Layers work for a tent, just like clothing. Below your tent, put a waterproof tarp, layers of cardboard, and inside your tent, put a layer of carpet or a rug if you can, followed by a sleeping pad. Using a sleeping pad works better than a cot because the cold air would get under your cot.
Using a sleeping bag that is designed for colder temperatures will make a big difference. Once you get in the sleeping bag, your body heat will warm it up too. For that reason, do not breathe into the bag which causes moisture to get inside and decrease its effectiveness.
Pillow & Hat
A good pillow will help to keep your head warm but not as much as a good hat, especially a wool one. Wearing a warm hat wil keep your whole body warm.
Wear dry wool socks. Take off any wet clothing before getting in your sleeping bag. Also, don’t wear too many layers inside the sleeping bag or it won’t be able to reflect your body heat.
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