Dark and cool room for sleep

       January 1, 0000    1031


No one gets the sleep one needs and will have to strive to get the most out of the sleep to get it. An uncomfortable mattress can rob the sleep, causing to toss and turn and preventing from deriving the full benefit of the time in bed. Sleeping on a mattress that meets the needs for comfort, support and space can help to sleep better.

Tips for better sleep
Give self-permission to go to bed. As hard as it may be to put away to do list, make sleep a priority. Unwind early in the evening. Try to deal with fears and distractions several hours before bedtime. Develop a sleep ritual. Doing the same things each night just before bed signals the body to settle down for the night. Keep biological clock in check by going to bed around the same time each night and waking up close to the same time each morning, even on weekends. Generate a restful place to sleep. Sleep in a cool, dark room that is free from noises that may not disturb sleep. Sleep on a comfortable, supportive mattress and foundation. Regular exercise can help relieve daily tension and stress, but do not exercise too close to bedtime. Cut down on stimulants. Consuming stimulants like caffeine, in the evening can make it more difficult to fall asleep.
Make bedroom cool, dark, quiet and comfortable

Create a room that is ideal for sleeping. Adjust the lighting, temperature, humidity and noise level according to preferences. Use blackout curtains, eye covers, earplugs, extra blankets, a fan, a humidifier or other devices to create an environment that suits one’s needs. Daytime naps may steal hours from nighttime sleep. Limit daytime sleep to less than one hour and do not nap later than 3 p.m. open and let the sunlight wake you up. Choose a comfortable mattress and pillow. Idea of a good bed is biased and differs for each person. Make sure to have a bed that is comfortable. Children and pets are often troublesome, so one may need to set limits on how often they sleep in others bed.
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